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21-02-2010
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korres lip butter (colour: jasmine), and carmex!

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22-02-2010
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8 hour cream. I suffer from very chapped lips and having tried everything it's the only thing that works. If you don't like it then the Kiehl's one is a good second best.

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22-02-2010
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For me it's not only about which is the best lip remedy, but which is the easiest to put on! I have tons of lip balm pots (La Mer, Korres) but they're so hard to put on without getting messy (especially while driving).

Now I just keep my Caudalie lip conditioner with me -- two swipes and I'm good.

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24-02-2010
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Kiehl's lip balm is the best for lip conditioning. It's not greasy and the price is reasonable.

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24-02-2010
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just pure waterfree vaseline works for me..keeps my lips soft through the winter you can put anything on or under the vaseline too if you want some color..and its cheap

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27-02-2010
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I swear by Vaseline

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27-02-2010
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I drink TONS of water which seems to help, every now and then vaseline with aloe vera. I mean like once a month lol.

I do like a bit of plumping action though, so lipfusion is great for that!

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27-02-2010
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papaw ointment!!
i've been using for years! so good!

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27-02-2010
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Drugstore favorite: EOS lip balm. Smells great, and conditions well.

splurge: Guerlain kiss kiss liplift. that is, when I can find it at my sephora.

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27-02-2010
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I have this great Weleda one, it is perfect and I have really sensitive skin and I've never had a problem using it.Also Fresh Sugar Lip Balm with SPF is great.

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28-02-2010
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Rosebud Lip Balm and Burts Bees Res-Q Ointment.

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06-03-2010
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I've been using the neutrogena lipbalm stick since I went skiing in Canada a couple of weeks back, apparently everyone (well the skiers?) use it over there. I guess you need something when your flying through ice cold winds! It has spf 20 too, very moisturising it feels nice, thick and smooth, I tend to lather it on so it lasts longer. I've never had a big problem with chapped lips but I have for 5+years applied vaseline every morning maybe more throughout the day, and I drink a ton of water, always have.
What I want to know (I can't find a thread for this) is if there are any good lip plumpers out there? I just kind of want a fuller pout and I'm not sure how to achieve this, and want to know some tried and tested routes before parting with money

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I have very dry lips, which got even worse when I was on Roaccutane. The best advice i can give anyone with this problem is to mix it up on a weekly basis as your lips will take what it needs from different lip balms (kind of like the idea of switching hair shampoos and conditioners every so often). Have 2 or three good vitamin enriched balms such as Lucas Paw Paw cream, Carmex and Lanolips, and switch them every week. Also another good one which i'm sure has been mentioned before is Vitamin E Oil or Fish Oil straight from a vitamin capsule applied every night before bed.

I also loved using any baby nappy rash cream on your lips such as 'bepanthon' when it gets really bad during winter, or just to help smooth your lips out.

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None of your beeswax balm (Lush) or Yes to carrots Lip Butter.

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Aquaphor at night, cherry Chapstick during the day!

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