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if in australia: buy lucas` pawpaw ointment- evvveryone hear swears by it

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right now Carmex. since it works...and have a cold so i cant taste or smell anything!

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this lipbalm is the best for me


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Everything by Neutrogena! Their lip moisturizers are the best. Especially during the cold winter times my lips are totally chapped and dry, but their lip-balms always help

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burt's bees lover here

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I love the ones I've tried from Lush and Bert's Beeswax

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Chapstick Naturals 100% Lip Butter


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I'm really liking my Grapefruit lip butter from The Body Shop. it was an impulse buy to bring my total up to 30 euros so I could get the free raspberry body butter (which is also AMAZING. it smells like delicious yogurt!)

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carmex, kiehls, burts bees, regular chapstick, and rosebud salve lip balm does not work on me. I think that the lip balms with the most hype seem to suck, but maybe that's because my lips are extremely chapped/and bleed most of the time. i'm thinking about just going ahead and buying the Nuxe reve de miel balm but i really hate spending so much money on such a small jar.

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MAC lip conditioner in squeeze tube. love the vanilla to match their glosses.

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carmex, kiehls, burts bees, regular chapstick, and rosebud salve lip balm does not work on me. I think that the lip balms with the most hype seem to suck, but maybe that's because my lips are extremely chapped/and bleed most of the time. i'm thinking about just going ahead and buying the Nuxe reve de miel balm but i really hate spending so much money on such a small jar.
You don't have to use very much for it to be effective, I think it's a very good buy

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Badger and Kiehl's (the stick, not the squeeze tube.)

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Carmex!
I second this. Cheap and it works! I've always got one in my pocket, even at home.

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i use rosebud salve and vaseline. burt's bees dries out my lips like no other.

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carmex, kiehls, burts bees, regular chapstick, and rosebud salve lip balm does not work on me. I think that the lip balms with the most hype seem to suck, but maybe that's because my lips are extremely chapped/and bleed most of the time. i'm thinking about just going ahead and buying the Nuxe reve de miel balm but i really hate spending so much money on such a small jar.
my lips used to be chapped all the time as a kid and NOTHING worked. even my grandpa used to apply Vaseline to my lips while i slept because i refused to wear it during the day, too greasy for my liking. for some reason, now im like the only person i know who wears lip conditioners the least. if i go out i just put on MAC Lustreglass before the leave the house, let it wear off gradually during the day and even if i wipe it off during dinner out or something my lips will be perfectly fine. its like a barrier for right when you leave the house to protect you from the elements of the outside world!

i used Carmex only when i have colds and im blowing the moisture right out of my nose. i think Carmex works well if you use it every once and a while for super strong repair but not too often or it looses its effectiveness(thats how it is for me).

i had Jack Black lipbalm which has cute packaging, nice minty tasting, and nice texture but didnt work so i tossed that out recently(had it in my makeup box for a while, i think ive had it for a couple/few years).

i bought MAC Lip Conditioner in squeeze tube because i used to wear MAC lipglasses and i swear sometimes i got a bad batch that was incredibly sticky but this time i repurchases one of my faves MAC Cultured Lipglass and it really feels quite nice on so i dont need the MAC L.C. underneath and because it thins out the color too much. the MAC L.C. will be used on moments i dont want to wear gloss like when im giving a kiss

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