Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Dr. Lipp Nipple Balm for Lips


Giggles about the name aside, I have to say that I'm really glad to have discovered this product. It's a tiny tube full of balmy wonderment! I carry it with me everywhere in my coat pocket at the moment, especially as my lips are still getting chapped and dry in this cold weather. I tend to apply some aloe vera vaseline first, just because it's a bit thinner and helps the balm to settle and do its work properly.

Made from 100% medical grade lanolin, the balm has no scent or taste which I have to say I prefer - then I know I won't be licking it off my lips. The formula is incredibly thick and can be a little tough to work with when you first use it, and when it's colder (the balm can harden or soften depending on the temperature). You don't need to apply much for your lips to feel moisturised, nourished, and protected throughout the day when you're braving the weather, but you can apply it thicker if you want it to double up as a gloss. I prefer to use the bare minimum, just because I never really get on with thick layers on my lips - plus no one wants hair stuck to sticky lips on a windy day, not a good look!

I can see why it's been labelled as a cult beauty product, simply for its formula and versatility. Dr. Lipp Nipple Balm can be used on dry and sensitive skin, eczema, cuticles, burns and abrasions, sore lips, sore nipples, and even baby's bottoms. The price is not too much to ask because of this. I think if a product does its job well then price shouldn't be too much of a deciding factor.

Have you tried this product? If so, how did you find it? If not, what's your ultimate fix for dry and chapped lips?
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  1. Wow this has many uses! I haven't tried this product but it seems great.

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    1. I really think it's a great versatile product, and definitely recommend giving it a go!

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