lip saver...life saver...I recently purchased this lip balm out of desperation... my lips were so chapped they felt burnt and after trying every chap stick/lip balm with no relief, I went to Sephora.com and looked up the best rated lip treatment (First Aid Beauty) and bought it....I really like it for my lips but I have found that when I wake up in the morning, I need to use my lip scrub since this left my lips a little flaky but moisturized.
Which skin type is it good for?
What it is:
A concentrated lip treatment balm that helps banish dry lips and keep them chap-free, smooth, and soft.
- Dullness and uneven texture
If you want to know more…
This rich, buttery balm blankets lips with long-lasting hydration to instantly diminish discomfort and dryness. It provides soothing nourishment, instant relief, and long-term protection to keep your lips feeling soft and smooth. Drawing on the natural power of bees, this formula is enriched with honey, a humectant that attracts and holds moisture into skin; beeswax, an emollient to provide powerful moisturization; and propolis extract, a honey protein that helps condition skin while colloidal oatmeal helps calm and soothe. When used as an overnight lip mask, dry lips are left perfectly restored by the morning.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
This product is cruelty-free.
First Aid Beauty provides everyday essentials and targeted skincare solutions that deliver immediate relief, lasting results, and feel-good textures. Their products are formulated with only clean, skin-loving ingredients that are carefully selected so you don’t have to worry about what’s in (and not in) your skincare products. There are over 1,300 ingredients on FAB’s no-no list, including artificial colorants and artificial fragrances, parabens, ethanol, ethyl alcohol, denatured alcohol, methanol, n-butyl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, sd alcohol, lanolin, propylene glycol, phthalates, mineral oil, petrolatum, formaldehydes, oxybenzone, coal tar, hydroquinone, triclosan, triclocarban, talc, and sulfates.