The Top Five Lip Balms
No-one wants dry lips - as well as being unattractive they feel pretty awful. The best way to keep your lips moisturised is by using a lip balm of which there are hundreds on the market for different prices. We have listed our Top Five Lip Balms on the market. Ruby Red Giant Exfoliating Lip Moisturiser This is a really gorgeous smelling lip balm with a medium texture that is not too light and not too greasy. It is 100% natural and contains no nasties and it is a fantastic little treat for cracked and dried out lips. It is made with from real Honey and Vanilla and contains Olive oil, Shea Butter and Beeswax.
Priced at £15
Lanolips Lip Ointment with Colour in Dark Honey This product is revered by all the lip balmers out there who keep raving about it. It contains over 60% Ultra-Pure Medical Grade Lanolin, pure pigment, vitamin E and natural oils. It also has SPF 15 for sun protection. As well as Dark Honey you can get it in Rhubarb, Rose, Apples and Sunshine.
Priced at £7.99
Melvita Moisturising Lip Balms Melvita have released two organic lip balms that contain She Butter and Carnauba Wax. This lip balm stands out because it is packaged like a lip stick complete with the pout. It smells pretty divine and if you are not one to dip your fingers into a pot of lip balm then consider giving this a go.
Nivea Lip Butter One of my favourite lip balms and amazing quality considering the texture and style. Nivea Lip Butter has a really creamy texture. It contains Shea Butter and Almond Oil. It comes in five flavours, Blueberry Blush, Caramel Cream, Vanilla and Macadamia, Raseberry Rose and Original. The lid is a bit fiddly and it can be a pain to get off.
Priced at £2.10
Chapstick Who would have thought good ole Chapstick would come up trumps? This products ticks all the boxes; it keeps your lips moisturised for more than 30 minutes, applies easily and has a really lovely texture. The design is not the most exciting but for practical reasons it is a safe bet. They come in a variety of Cherry, Apple and Strawberry. I will admit that there are some nasties in these products so if you are staying clear of chemicals then I would give this a miss.