Lip Balm

You apply sunscreen to your skin to protect it from the sun, so why not apply it to your lips?read moreSee less

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    Vaseline Lip Therapy Petroleum Jelly Original – 20g
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    Vaseline Lip Therapy Aloe Vera - 20g
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    O'Keeffe's Lip Repair Stick Original 4.2g
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    Carmex Lip Balm Classic Tube - 10g
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    Sunsense SPF50+ Lip Balm
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    Eucerin Acute Lip Balm - 10ml
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    Solero Lip Protection Stick SPF50+
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Frequently Asked Questions

You can actually apply too much lip balm, which isn’t good for your lips.

 

It’s recommended that you only need to apply lip balm roughly about 5 times per day; when you wake up, after you’ve eaten, and before you go to bed.

 

If you’re constantly swiping on lip balm, your lips will lose their ability to adapt to their environment, causing more dryness especially when it’s very hot and cold.

Lip balm does expire, so you should always check the packaging to see when you’d need to dispose of it, but most usually last about a year.

 

Your lip balm will contain oils and fats which start turning bad after this period, even with preservatives.

 

If you’ve noticed that your lip balm has an unpleasant smell or evidence of mould, it’s time to get rid of it.

If you’re looking for a lip balm that can provide relief for your cold sore, it will need to contain a natural analgesic like menthol.

 

If you want to get rid of your cold sore fast, find a lip balm that contains docosanol, an antiviral agent which treats the cold sore when it’s in its early stages to stop it in its tracks.

It’s important to hydrate and give your lips time to heal if they’re dry, cracked and sore.

 

Why not hydrate your lips with Vaseline’s lip therapy collection?

 

Their silky smooth jelly forms a protective layer on the lips and penetrates deep into the lip’s surface to hydrate and speed up healing.

 

While your lips are healing, you should avoid food and drink which can aggravate your lips like spicy and acidic food.

 

You should also protect them against the elements during the winter and summer months, by covering them with a scarf and choosing a lip balm with a high SPF.