My lips are usually very hydrated, but over the last few days I've noticed the sting of tiny cuts.
I use Burt's Bees replenishing lip balm with pomergranate oil now. But it's not working. I love Carmax, but a friend told me about the company adding something to the formula that over time cracks the lips.
What's the best lip balm to use during the winter?
Bonus points if it's under 5 dollars.
- Burt's Bees8% (2)17% (2)11% (4)Vote
- Carmax12% (3)42% (5)22% (8)Vote
- Softlips8% (2)0% (0)6% (2)Vote
- Eos21% (5)0% (0)14% (5)Vote
- Chapstick brand12% (3)8% (1)11% (4)Vote
- Neutrogena12% (3)0% (0)8% (3)Vote
- other/see results27% (6)33% (4)28% (10)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
Now time to be the asshole... hehe. Most inorganic brands contain a chemical that causes your lips to chap even more if not applied regularly. I will always stick with the basics>>>vaseline (cocobutter), burts bee's and coconut oil. Regardless most if not all cases of chapped and bloody lips can be cured with the simple application of vaseline once every 2 hours. On top of that vaseline makes for an extremely cheap buying option and is also an excellent applicator for topical woulds.
Most Helpful Girl
I buy lip scrubs from lush because Believe Me, oh my God, oh my God, they work amazing. And Eos is shit, seriously.
If I don't feel like restocking on stuff, I put coconut oil or vasoline on my lips!
If you want to know a good body moisturizer Aveeno is really good! Looks like this:
But ya check out lip scrubs from lush!1
- Show AllShow Less