Hello again my sweets,
So the cold weather is slowly creeping in and if your lips are anything like mine the cold weather is bad news! My lips seem to be dry and cracked all year round but in winter it gets really bad! I have invested in quite a lot of lip balms over the last couple of years to try and tackle with the situation and I have found some of my favourite.
My first lip saviour is Lush lip scrub, I have already done a review on it here if you want to read more about this amazing product! In winter I just keep this product close by, when my lips are really dry and good scrub with this and you can feel the difference straight away :) I would say though if your lips are feeling really sore this might not be the best way, maybe try a flannel first as that isn't as harsh on the lips :)
Now I have 4 lip balms that I love and they all have a different purpose for me! Balmi is a great lip balm and you feel it soothing your lips straight away, I normally use this when I moisturise my face day and night!
The Carmex I like is the Strawberry one and this is my on the go lip balm if I don't want any colour on my lips and it has a SPF 15 which is always a good added bonus and perfect for summer as well :)
Baby Lips have been reviewed so much later as they are quite new and just been realised in the UK, I bought 3 of the collection and this one is my favourite! It's called 'Peach Kiss' and smells amazing :) they hydrate the lips really well and this one leaves a nice hit of colour. So if you don't fancy a lip stick these are a great alternative :)
The last one is one I got in my GlossyBox a couple of months back, Figs and Rouge! I have to say this is the thickest and stays on the lips the longest! It has more of a colour pay off then the Baby Lips and you feel it working its magic for hours! Sometimes this can be a little bit to much and on a windy day can course some problems with hair :P
These are my favourite lip products and at least one of them comes with me everywhere I go in winter :)
What lip products do you swear by?
Thank you for reading, Bye :)