Wednesday, 11 May 2016

The best products for dry lips

I've been so excited to write this post. It's not the most glamorous by any means, actually it's kinda gross... dry lips; yum. But nonetheless I'd suffered with dry lips for years, but when the day came where I couldn't wear lipsticks without looking like I'd smothered my mouth in desiccated coconut by the end of the day, I went on the hunt for some products that would do away with my dry lips for good; and I'm pleased to say... I FOUND THEM!

Kiko Lip Exfoliate - You know when you get them little flakey bits on your lips? Those unwelcome, stubborn bits that just sit there looking gruesome. Well, this is the best product for getting rid of them, and I don't know if it's just me, but my goodness it's the most satisfying feeling either once I've got them all off. I don't know really how you're supposed to use this, but I find the best way is to put it all over my lips with a little pressure, rub them together and then wipe it all off with a cotton pad. It's like you have new lips. Best. Feeling. Ever.

Clarins Lip Oil - This product changed my life. It was this product that allowed me to wear lipstick again. It's like no other glossy lip product I've ever tried before. It's not sticky at all, it's so hydrating and feels so nice on your lips, and I promise you, I saw results after using this within days. I've never really been a huge shopper at Clarins, but after the success I had with this, I was buying them for everyone come Christmas.

Body Shop Lip Oil - This works really well alongside the Clarins Lip Oil. Especially in the mornings to smooth out your lips before applying any lipstick. This could also be used as an alternative to the Clarins Lip Oil if you were to be more consistent with applying it, as it doesn't stay on your lips for as long.

I absolutely love all of these products, and as I have said, they have worked wonders for me. Do you have any lip products you could recommend? Let me know!


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