There’s been no real competition out there for Lanolips – until now. Although LipGlam is primarily a lip product, it’s also a bit of a multi-tasker, too. Cuticles, split ends or brow slicker – it has no end of uses, really.
I find that lanolin balms are really the only effective balms for me personally – my lips are really sensitive to ingredients (my face isn’t so I guess it had to happen somewhere) and often I can only use a lipstick for one day without having to have a break and slathering balm all over my lips. Not all lipsticks, but enough that it’s really a pain, but glosses seem not to set off sensitivities in the same way.
LipGlam is making a good primer for lipstick – it’s a barrier, so it does help – as well as being a stayer that doesn’t need reapplying every five minutes. It’s definitely lip softening, and unlike flavoured balms, you don’t end up licking it all off and making the situation worse, because it has no scent and no taste. It literally only contains medical grade lanolin and argan oil. On a cold day, it will take a bit of warming up (just like most of us!) as it goes solid when cold. You can find it HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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