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Discover the secret passed from nursing mothers to make-up artists. Originally created for new mothers facing sore nipples from breastfeeding, Dr. Lipp's ultrahydrating, healing formula later gained a rep as the ultimate lip gloss, primer, and multipurpose balm among savvy makeup artists. And with everything it does—prep lips to make lipstick wear better, add shine to cheeks, even tame unruly eyebrows—it'll earn a prized place in your makeup bag too. Packed with all-natural ingredients, this thick, rich, long-lasting formula is clinically proven to repair rough, flaky lips and smooth dry skin patches—plus it helps heal cuticles, split ends, sunburns, and itchy dry skin.
This feels too much like putting ultra thick petroleum jelly on my lips. I put it on and immediately wiped it off. No thank you.1
I have no idea if this product works, I only got 1 use out of it, and it didn't seem to do anything.1
Definitely not a fan of this balm- My lips felt so sticky! It's really thick and really glossy, which is just not what I want out of balm.1
I do not like this lip balm. It is too thick. It also feels kind of weird on your lips and comes off very easily.1
I have nothing bad to say about this product , overall good not crazy about it, to go buy it1
its too thick and it don't smell good at all. maybe it work well for around the nipple but not for the lips1
This stuff is thick, sticky, and terrible. I would never buy this gunk! And do not recommend it.1
It was alright It does work but a little sticky for me.1
This was so greasy and sticky and small sample! I was disappointed in this product! The packaging is the only thing good about this but looks can be deceiving!1
I really did not like this product. It's really thick & pulled on my chapped lips the first time I tried to apply it. Warming it up in my hands helped a little but it took a lot of friction to get even small improvements in consistency. Once applied it did have a long lasting protection on my chapped lips but I don't feel that the application struggle was worth it.1