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Best Smelling Lip Balms

Jun 11, 2013

Who doesn't love beauty products that smell amazing? From shower gels to body lotions to our favorite lip balms - if something works well and smells great, we're sold! We've tested loads of lip balms out there to find the best smelling ones that will also keep your lips looking and feeling soft. An added bonus is that that they smell as good as they feel! Check out our top picks for best smelling moisturizing lip balms!

How To Choose A Lip Balm 

Now that summer has arrived, it's important to protect both your skin and lips from too much sun exposure which can make your lips feel dry and chapped. Not a great look if you want soft, kissable lips! If you normally wear any lipstick or lipgloss, summer is the time to trade it in for a sheer tinted lip balm - it looks fresher and more natural and feels much lighter too. All you have to do is swipe some tinted lip balm on and go - no mirror required! But how do you pick the most moisturizing lip balms?

There are so many choices, all promising the same thing, but not all are created equal. Look for ingredients like shea butter, almond oil, coconut oil, beeswax, cocoa butter, and any other natural oils like coconut oil. A major added bonus is whether or not the lip balm has SPF sun protection. Avoid lip balms that smell too artificial and have menthol or camphor in it - they will feel nice at first but they only dry your lips out more! 

Have Your Say

What's your favorite lip balm? Share your tips in the comments below! 

 

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BuzzJuzz

BuzzJuzz wrote:

I love lip balms..It gives a nice appearance to our lips and the best thing to apply be...
commented: Sun Mar 09, 2014

LaylaStarr

LaylaStarr wrote:

i need to get shop for some lipbalm mannnn i loveeee them soooo much
commented: Mon Jun 24, 2013

thecaringlion

thecaringlion wrote:

i have to go get all of these right now! i love lip balms. i'm obsessed. haha.
commented: Tue Jun 11, 2013

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