The Best Fix for Your Chapped Lips

The winter is great when it comes to holidays, hot cocoa, and cute sweaters, but it also comes with the cold, and with the cold comes chapped lips. Every year we try to fight chapped lips and their rule over winter, but this will be the year we win the war! With these products, crusty lips will be a thing of the past and your lips will be soft and luscious all winter long.

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Rosebud salve is a great way to combat chapped lips. You can also use rosebud salve on other parts of your body that get dry too, like elbows and knees. People also use it as a cuticle cream! We love a multipurpose queen!

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The women of Her Campus Furman highly recommend Kiehl’s lip balm! You can get this lip balm in original, cranberry, mint, and mango. Some of the nourishing ingredients include aloe vera and vitamin E.

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Clarins Instant Light Lip Comfort Oil is a lip oil that will heal and soften your lips while also giving them an instant shine. Featured ingredient in this lip oil are hazelnut, raspberry, and jojoba, and it comes in nine delicious flavors.  

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For a more affordable lip treatment, Aquaphor Lip Repair is your best bet. I remember using Aquaphor as a kid to prevent chapped lips, and I still use it today! This is a great product to use before bed.

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People rave about this lip mask! The Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask won a Glamour Beauty Award in 2018 for its excellent formula. It targets fine lines and dry lips with vitamin C and antioxidants.

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This lip balm is a super moisturizing product and is great for daytime wear because it has SPF 15! Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Lip Balm is easy to throw in your purse on a cold day to protect against chapped lips!

 

Using these products in your daily routine will leave your lips soft, refreshed and hydrated. Hopefully these lip product recommendations can help save your lips from the cold and wind this winter!