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    Burt's Bees pomegranate is a nice one.

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    I really hate when my lips get dry so I use maybelline baby lips every now and then and it works out fine. How about others??

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    Nuxe Rêve de Miel, wonderful stuff very hydrating, not sticky or shiny.
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    only in winter i am using Ganache ...

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    Dry lips are my first sign that I'm not properly hydrated so drinking plenty of water is my first concern, after that I use Weleda Everon Lip Balm twice daily, works wonders and last a long time.
    http://usa.weleda.com/our-products/s...-lip-balm.aspx

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    Aveda Lip Therapy is great, too. It is very balm-like so I use it when I sleep.

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    With my quest to get rid of as many products containing parabens and other ingredients as possible, the Guerlain lip balm had to go. I can now vouch for the Nuxe Reve de Miel's effectiveness. Good stuff!

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    Lavera Bronze lip balm... natural and cheap! Feels great!

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    Have you tried clarified butter or Cocoa butter for dry lips? Coconut Oil and Olive Oil works too.

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    You can use hydrating lip balm or natural products to keep your skin hydrated. You can use coconut oil because it has Vitamin E which helps your chapped and dry lip hydrated. You can also put some olive oil to your lip and gently scrub it to remove the dead cells then wipe or wash it off. This procedure really helps me to cure my dry and chapped lip.

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    Hi, for dry lips, I always trust Maybelline Lip balm. It really mosturizes and leaves me with a feeling of softness on my lips.

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    I rely with my good old original ChapStick

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    Body shop hemp lip balm ...works wonders even on my dry smokers lips!

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    Always keep lip gloss.

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    I use the KEYA lipjel. It is very help for the lip. It contains oil so it makes your lips wet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xscent View Post
    Nuxe Rêve de Miel, wonderful stuff very hydrating, not sticky or shiny.
    This!!! The best I have ever found. I just put it on at night and never have dry lips anymore. The little pot has lasted me a couple years...super concentrated.

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    Chantecaille lip balm. Pricey, but you'll never go back.
    Currently wearing: Tam Dao by Diptyque

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    I always go with coconut oil for my dry lips in the winter.

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    Hi PerfumeGoddess,
    I used Avon and Nivea Moisture therapy lip balms. They are too good. You should definitely try this.
    Thanks!!

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