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Chase Away Chapped Lips

If you're anything like me, you love your lip products! In the past we've covered lots of great lip balms and many different lip scrubs, but here are a few more products new to the market that I know you won't want to miss. Not only are these items must haves for yourself, but at $15 or less, they also make fab stocking stuffers!

Karma Creatives Karma Therapy Buddha Balm ($3) is a lip balm that comes in a variety of fruit flavors (grapefruit, cherry vanilla, strawberry, and watermelon) packed in an adorable slender vintage slider. Not only does it contain natural sunscreen and keep your lips feeling silky smooth in the harsh winter months, but at just .3 ounces it's an easy fit into any clutch or small pocket. Who could resist keeping a little good karma close by? Since the products aren't sold online, you can click here to find a stockist closest to you.

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Sally Hansen Gentle Peel for Rough Lips ($9.95) is a gentle peel for your lips made from fruit enzymes (papaya, apple and citrus fruits) as well as vitamins A and E. It helps remove any dry, rough or dead skin cells from this delicate area resulting in a smooth, hydrated and even-toned pout. To use, simply slather on a thin layer, wait three minutes (trying all the while not to lick it all off) and then wipe it away.

Laura Geller Lip Strip Cooling Sugar Scrub ($15) is a gentle, hydrating exfoliator for your lips. I love the name—it makes me laugh at how creative the beauty biz is! I haven't tried it yet, but I hear great things about the flavor (it's packed with sugar, peppermint and spearmint) and the results!

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sugababee sugababee 8 years
i heard the lip scrub works pretty good!
sugababee sugababee 8 years
rosebud salve is a life saver! so is shea butter
pattyxxcore pattyxxcore 8 years
burt's bees is all i use. plain, honey, pom, lifeguard (although that one turns your lips white). burt's is all you need, i PROMISE.
pintsized pintsized 8 years
I wish they would make a Jesus case one, modeled after the one in Dogma.
terrywagner123 terrywagner123 8 years
I'll have to try some of these.
n_i_k n_i_k 8 years
I always have Neutrogena Lip Nutrition & SoftLips. I use them both all year round. Right now I also have NV Perricone Moist Lips. You can feel it working as soon as you put it on! Never tried an exfoliator before.
thatothrgirl thatothrgirl 8 years
Ohhhh, I love these old slider containers. We used to carry these in our back pockets and use them constantly. Cherry was my favorite flavor. But, I am stuck now, since they don't carry any of these in Oklahoma. I will have to look around next time I go to Texas.
veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
what a cute container.
lemuse20 lemuse20 8 years
I don't know if kristinh1012 is serious or not! I loooove CO Bigelows menthol glosses, I have it in about 3 flavors. I also got another lip moisturizer from my SIL by Aquafina (or aquafresh?) and it has jojoba and almond oils in it, it's great.
Kristinh1012 Kristinh1012 8 years
I absolutely can not go without chap stick. I always have some kind of lip balm. I would love to try this. P.S. Be careful, chap stick is actually addictive. Try not to use the medicated kind unless you really need it and only for a short time! My lips were very addicted to the medicated chap stick for about a year and a half. It's very painful to stop using if you use it all the time. I know it sounds hilarious, but it really is!
longhorn_sugar longhorn_sugar 8 years
these are GREAT stocking stuffers! thanks bella!
leahlarocco leahlarocco 8 years
Clinique superbalm is really great. It lasts a long time and you do'nt have to apply it with your fingers. Glosses that come in a little pot that must be applied with your fingers are so unsanitary, especially at this time of year when people get sick.
terryt18 terryt18 8 years
I love Burt's Pom Lip Balm too.
indielove indielove 8 years
You and me both, mizlynz. I hate having chapped lips 24/7. I've tried it all. :(
ALSW ALSW 8 years
I haven't been having any luck with Vaseline at all. So far, only the lip exfoliant seems to be doing the trick.
Katiefrog Katiefrog 8 years
The best and cheapest way to take care of chapped lips is Vaseline. Just plain old, out of the jar vaseline. It looks like clear gloss when it's on, it has no smell or taste, and it will fix your lips quickly. I'm a makeup junkie so I've used a lot of products but this is by far the best for chapped lips.
emalove emalove 8 years
I'm obsessed with the Burt's Bees Pomegranate Lip Balm, it works so well!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Hahahaha too cute...
designergirl designergirl 8 years
I really want to try that lip strip. I have been on a medication for my skin that makes me have very dry lips, and I need to find something that works.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
The Sally Hansen stuff sounds pretty good. I'm using a lip exfoliator now to try and get rid of the chapped lips and it's working well, but something else might work even better!
mizlynz mizlynz 8 years
I want to try out the Sally Hansen stuff. Chapped lips are SUCH a problem for me.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
Now that's it is REALLY winter, my lips are getting so dry :( I guess I will have to test a few of these out...
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