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18-02-2013
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I've been using Nuxe Reve de Miel for more than five years and it's still one of the best out there, I have little pots all over the place, though I tried the lip stick and didn't love it as much as I love the little pot.
I also fell in love with Aesop rosehip seed lip cream and I carry that around instead of Nuxe when I carry a small bag, it's great at moisturizing lips without being glossy, I only like matte balms.
I also just started with Eminence citrus lip balm and it's turning out to be really good too, we'll see how I feel about that one in a few months.

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not sure about if it's available overseas but Bert's Bee's lip balm is amazing. I like the original because it has a bit of menthol in it to give you that tingle but generally I always use the one with pomegranate oil. it gives you just the slightest hint of color and it's not too heavy.

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This is my new favorite!!!!!!!!!! Organic lip butters by YES TO.
Moisturizing but no sticky at all! There is a tinted collection too but I haven't tried it.
I got them at Sephora.



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I've been using Oriflame Tender Care Protecting Balm, it's pretty good. Comes in a few different flavors.

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Nuxe Reve de Miel = perfection in a frosted glass jar. It's quite literally perfect!!

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I'm still standing by all of Fresh's sugar lip treatments. Expensive as hell, but they really do moisturize quite well, and don't seem to fade away requiring reapplication almost right away like I find it is with many various drug-store lipbalms.

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I always go back to Nivea Essential lip care (dark blue cap). I always get bored of all my lip balms and like to try out a lot of them but Nivea works the best for me.

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I finally bought Nuxe Reve de Miel, it's perfect! I still have my lips a little chapped but nothing too severe. I've been using it for the last week and I already can see improvments. Since it was expensive for me, I'm using Carmex as a day balm and I'm keeping Nuxe as a night treatment. I'm soo happy I've discovered that brand!

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18-07-2013
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La Prairie is launching an eye/lip balm in September

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^Great, I just hope it'll contains bad chemicals in it because their lip balm and lip line plumbers are very good otherwise.

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I used to use Labello, as it is widely available here, but it wasn't too great. I now use Burt's Bees and I love it

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Elizabeth Arden eight hour cream! I'm yet to see the amazing benefits it promises, but on the lips it's great! (but it does't smell or taste that great )

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Quote:
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^Great, I just hope it'll contains bad chemicals in it because their lip balm and lip line plumbers are very good otherwise.


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Isn't it lovely?, I need it

I hope it'll be as good as their nurturing balm.


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23-07-2013
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For winter I use AVENE lip balm and in summer I normally switch between Aesop rosehip lip seed and Amilab. Although amilab is difficult to get in Sydney.

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Blistex Daily Lip Conditioner

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IT IS THE BEST OF THE BEST!!!!


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