A moisturising lip balm doesn’t only assure beautiful, smooth lips – it also protects them from wind and bad weather, so that they don’t crack or dry up.
Lip balm with Tea Tree Oil can be used by everyone and is especially recommended for you, if you are:
- Searching for daily care for your lips, which can be used for cold sores, lip wounds and sore lips.
- Looking for a 100% natural lip balm, free from mineral oils and palm oil.
- Struggling with very dry and cracked lips.
This is how you use the lip balm
You use the lip balm, the same way you always use lip balm. You gently apply the product directly to your lips, until you feel like they are moist enough, and the skin irritation is relieved. You can also apply the product to a cold sore in the corner of your mouth using a finger, if you feel its necessary.
You can use the lip balm as many times per day as you feel necessary.
If you have extremely dry lips, or if you have a tendency to get it during the winter, you can apply a thick layer of lip balm before going to bed, so that the product can work efficiently during the night.
The lip balm can be used by both men and women and is free from colour or synthetical preservatives. The product can be used by both adults and children from the age of 3.
Why do I experience dry lips?
There can be plenty of reasons behind the dry, sensitive skin on the lips becoming dry, but cold winter weather is often one of the factors. If your lips have a tendency to dry up during the winter season, it might be a good idea to prevent it with a moisturising, protective lip balm, before the weather turns cold.
Dry, irritated lips can also be caused by other things, such as cold sores on the lips, or if you have a bad habit of licking your lips in an attempt to moisturise them. The enzymes from your saliva actually removes the natural oils on your lips, which are supposed to protect them. This makes the lips even more exposed and dry.
If you are suffering from cold sore on your lips or the corners of your mouth, you can relieve irritation and burn by using the lip balm several times per day on the affected areas.
Lip Balm can be used to care for your lips if you are suffering from cold sores, but if you have re-occurring cold sore or infected wounds around the mouth, you should contact your doctor for treatment.
Can I use Lip Balm in a preventative way?
Yes you can. If you take good care of your lips, you can reduce the risk of them drying up, cracking and getting sore.
Keep a Lip Balm in your handbag, so that you can keep applying it during the day, when your lips feel dry – or in order to prevent them getting to that point. You can use Lip Balm as many times during the day as you want or need.
Why should I choose a Lip Balm with Tea Tree Oil?
Besides the Tea Tree oil, the lip balm is also enriched with other natural ingredients. Lip Balm is also 100% free from mineral oils, palm oil and synthetic softening and preservative ingredients.
Lip balm also contains Vitamin E, Coconut oil and Shea butter.
Vitamin E strengthens the skin barrier and has a moisturising effect. Coconut oil binds the moisture in the skin and assures the right moisture balance, while Shea butter contributes with moisture and nourishment to the effected skin area.
Tea Tree Oil is known for keeping your skin healthy and protected against skin irritation. Meanwhile the Australian natural oil has a relieving affect on itch and burn, which is why this Lip Balm efficiently cares for the skin when you’re suffering from cold sore.
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