Us women love to wear lipstick, but do we really take care of them and prep before hand? You should treat them just as you do with the face, with love and lots of moisture. Here are the five lip products I swear by. These are guaranteed to give you a super smooth application and ensure your lips stay soft all day long!
- Lush Lip Scrub
- Pixi Rose Oil Blend
- EOS Lip Balm
- Burts Bees Lip Balm
- Superdrug Vitamin E Super Balm
It goes without saying, if you love to wear matte liquid lipstick, you need to heavily exfoliate and scrub away any dry skin. No one wants to see chapped lips on a matte finish. I always reach for my trusty Lush Lip Scrub (bubblegum all the way!) and it’s super affordable too. I like to use this once a day to scrub away any impurities and dryness for about a minute.
Pixi Rose Oil Blend is a great way to replenish and moisturise your lips. I find it even helps to keep them looking quote plump and soft and generally love how they make my lips feel. I apply a small drop all over and let the goodness sink in.
EOS Lip balms are great to keep in your handbag and to top up throughout the day. I love that you can buy so many different flavours – I have like 5! They come in cute circular packaging and are 100% organic. No paraben free and zero petroleum.
Alternatively, if you’re after something to heal and repair your lips throughout the day Burts Bees balms are also available in a range of sweet scents and contain real beeswax and coconut oil for a deep moisture.
I feel like Superdug is so under-rated for skincare. Whilst I was on the hunt for my chapped lips, my pal Kasie recommended I try this. I can confidently say I am in LOVE. It soothes chapped lips, melts into them and literally makes them feel so smooth and so soft. The enriched Vitamin E also works on the hair, face, body and basically anywhere that needs moisturising. Active ingredients include plant oils, waxes and shea butter. Best of all, I love the price. This is so inexpensive considering it does a great job.
What’s your favourite lip treatment?