Soothing Chapped Lips

Dry, cracked lips can occur any time of the year but especially during the winter. With our lips constantly exposed to sun, wind, cold or heat, it is important to have a good skincare routine. Excessive licking can cause irritation. 

Lip balms aren’t meant to absorb into your skin like a body lotion. Rather, they’re designed to sit on top of your lips, forming an impermanent shield that prevents dry air from drawing out moisture. 

To help retain moisture in the lips, use a lip balm frequently – once every hour or two when you're awake. And look for a product that contains thick ingredients that help to create a barrier on the lips, such as: Bees wax, Coconut oil or Shea Butter.

It's also good to apply lip balm before lip gloss or lip stick and make sure you are well hydrated. Try to keep lip balm on to deter you from licking your lips. Using a lip scrub 2-3 times a week and applying the lip balm on afterwards should help to keep your lips smooth and avoid being chapped.

Our lip balms have a blend of natural emollients that glide effortlessly over your lips and keep them wonderfully moisturized.  

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