If you’re anything like us, then you have a lip balm in every corner and crevice possible – from your pockets, handbag, night stand, car and everywhere in between! But did you know that not all lip balms are working? Unless you’re using Dr.Lipp of course darlings! The beauty team over at The Telegraph investigated what makes a lip balm work, and we were soooo thrilled to see that Dr.Lipp was a top choice! Oh heavens! Dermatologist Sam Bunting praised simple, single ingredient balms:
“The problem is not all lip balms are good” says cosmetic dermatologist, Sam Bunting.
“Our lips lack sebaceous glands and are subjected to a lot over the course of the day – talking, chewing, breathing and lip-licking. All these things take their toll on a delicate part of our anatomy, especially in winter, when cold air lacks moisture. The outcome is often chapped, sore lips, hence the popularity of lip balm. Avoid ingredients like fragrance, salicylic acid and menthol, which can be a cause of irritation or even allergy. I prefer simple, single ingredient lip balms, like Dr.Lipp. It’s a nice adherent consistency, which stays put.’ We are so thrilled to show off our oh so simple, yet effective balm! Get yours here, and read the full Telegraph feature here!