Lip-Balm-Blog-HeaderUpdated 1/4/2019

The skin on your lips is one of the most sensitive parts of your body. So why are we so quick to neglect them? Cold, dry weather and sun exposure can leave lips vulnerable resulting in dryness, chapping, or cracks (ouch!). The solution? A nourishing balm to replenish moisture and protect your lips from further damage. It’s that simple.

Whether you’re in need of nourishment, protection against the elements, or a little sheen—we’re helping you find the perfect solution.


On-The-Go Favorite

Repair and protect lips on-the-go with this super-versatile Lip Butter Stick from beauty brand KORRES. Each healing stick is packed with ultra-nourishing ingredients such as Vitamin E and rich shea butter for long-lasting care and comfort. When applied, the lip butter melts for a beautiful shiny finish. What’s better? This lip-saving stick comes in four flattering tinted shades as well as clear.


Obsession-Worthy Beauty Pick

There’s a reason Baume de Rose BY TERRY is one of our Obsession-Worthy picks—this subtle pink fan-favorite delivers! The heavenly scented balm boosts cell renewal with rose flower wax and pastel oil to improve the condition of your lips. With a luxuriously creamy texture, lips feel instantly nourished and soothed. And for those seeking shield from the sun, it’s formulated with UV filters to prevent harmful exposure. Win-win.


Max Moisturization

For maximum hydration opt for a solution that will leave your lips feeling silky, smooth hour after hour. We adore Balmessence Lip Treatment from ORIBE for its ultra-soft texture and serious staying-power. Camelina oil restores moisture and relieves damaged lips of excessive dryness and chapping while protecting from the elements. The result? A beautifully kissable pout.

Want to explore more of our favorite lip care picks? Shop our entire collection of balms, treatments, + more.


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