Small but mighty, the humble lip balm looks after your lips and helps moisturize them when they’re dry, soften them when they’re chapped, and soothe them when they’re sore — especially in the wintertime when all these symptoms are exacerbated.
Lip balm: most people have their favorites, many have multiples dotted around (desks, handbags, and bedside tables all being usual spots), and a lot of us feel very passionate about what makes a lip balm good or bad.
Most balms contain hydrating ingredients like shea butter, coconut oil, and vitamin E, which all help to treat dry, chapped lips.
Balms also act as a barrier to lock in moisture, preventing evaporation from the surface of the lips, which helps lead to dryness and irritation.
Because they are such a must-have item, there is an exhaustive number of lip balms available and the overwhelming amount of options can result in just grabbing the first you see in the store.
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