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Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed.
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Sex Wax with a decent SFP.
Blistex ointment - not the stick version
Bonne Bell Lip Smacker
Dr Pepper, of course.
I've been using this stuff in various flavors for 37 years.
Ecolips - the best...
Mint flavored Blistex!
Aquaphor for me
Chapstick - Spearmint! Mmmm...
Oh wait, you didn't mean those lips...
None, my lips never crack or get cold sores. Drives my family crazy.
jnelson203 wrote:Nivea, shimmering.
Yup. Nivea (U.S.) or Labelle (Europe) pearl shimmer.
Lip Smackers, and if I need extra moisture I use lanolin with it.
The blood of innocents
ChapIce in the 3-pack from Dollar Tree. Not as thick and stiff as ChapStick.
My two favorites are Mentholatum's Cherry Ice and Nivea's A Kiss of Smoothness.
I'm still a Bonne Bell girl. I'm 35.
My new favorite is Baby Lips.
Chapstick - Mint flavor
SoftLips with 20 SPF sunscreen
Chapstick Moisturizer (the blue stick). DUH!
Neutrogena Lip Balm
I found this great organic lip moisturizer at Wegman's called Hurraw. It comes in several flavors and I can get in on Amazon when I run out. My daughters love it because they have sensitive skin; this doesn't cause any irritation.
Lip Moisturizer? My wife's kisses!
Keeps my lips moist! Sorry about yours.
Badger Balm Classic Lip Balm
Discovered Blistex "Complete Moisture" this winter. Love it.
Another vote for Softlips. Works great, has sunscreen.
It also has the added benefit of not causing my lips to swell up like balloons. I have reactions to the strangest things (can't use Burt's Bees), so I stick with what works once I find it.
Dr. Pepper Bonne Bell Lip Smacker, or Palmer's Cocoa Butter. Most of the other stuff I'm allergic to :-P
I don't use anything!
Here's an interesting story:
A few years ago my lips were very chapped. I started using Carmex every night before bed. I continued that habit after the cold season since I enjoyed having such smooth lips. Jump ahead to today: apparently my body no longer produces whatever it's called that keeps my lips soft/smooth. If I miss 1 day of not applying Carmex before bed, by the time I wake up, my lips are already beginning to become chapped. If I skip two days, forget it, it's terrible (doesn't matter the time of year).
I'm sure I could stop using it and get my body back to normal, however, it's such a pain in the ass because I literally have to go nearly two or three weeks with horribly chapped lips.
accountfamily wrote:I found this great organic lip moisturizer at Wegman's called Hurraw.
Wegmans is my alltime favorite store! Although it's "just a regional grocery," they have mastered customer service and have quality products for good prices. They have made it so much easier to be organic AND stay on budget.
And in terms of the question at hand: I play made scientist every 9 months or so and make my own from beeswax, almond oil and essential oils. This last time I added some cocoa powder to make chocolate mint and chocolate tangerine. Combined with an sugar/olive oil scrub every night, my lips have never been happier!
kehoffman wrote:Lip Moisturizer? My wife's kisses!
Keeps my lips moist! Sorry about yours.
I agree, whatever my wife uses works for me.
How about,, nothing??
Nivea - looking at it and it doesn't say anything, so I guess original? I also have their Honey variety - both are great!
I learned a little trick while skiing. If you don't have anything else, rub the outside of your nose with your finger then put the natural oils on your lips. It really works and it's natural.
joejahr wrote:Ecolips - the best...
Ditto - www.ecolips.com - no question
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