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Lip Balms and Treatments FAQs
What is lip balm?
Lip balms are used to treat dry lips. They may contain nourishing vitamins to heal lips, and oils or emollients to hydrate dry and chapped lips. For example, the Ride or Die Tinted Lip Balms are infused with jojoba oil, which contains fatty acids to heal and moisturize cracks and dryness and protect lips from becoming dry and chapped. Lip balms may also contain sheer tints for a light wash of lip color.
How often should I put on lip balm?
Because lip balm is a treatment, you can apply it multiple times throughout the day. Put on lip balm first thing before you start your day and reapply it any time your lips start to feel dry or after you eat or drink. You should also consider applying a tint-free lip balm like the Calm Balm before you go to bed to treat and moisturize your lips while you sleep.
What is a tinted lip balm?
Tinted lip balms deliver the healing and moisturizing treatments of color-free lip balms, while also providing your lips with a sheer wash of color. Just like your favorite lipsticks or lip glosses, tinted lip balms like the Hydrating Core Lip Shine come in a wide variety of shades, from mauve, rose and coral to deep red and berry.
What does a lip scrub do?
A lip scrub or lip exfoliator gently buffs away dry surface skin, leaving lips smoother and softer. Lip scrubs generally have a slightly gritty or sugary texture, which helps to lift off the dry skin. Lipsticks, lip liners and lip glosses all go on more evenly and look clearer and more consistent when lips are exfoliated first. What’s more, a lip exfoliator like the Cookies and Dreams Cookie Crumble Lip Exfoliator contains moisturizing and conditioning ingredients like vitamin E, shea butter, avocado oil, grapeseed oil and jojoba oil to leave lips feeling pillowy and conditioned.
How do I use a lip scrub?
Apply lip scrub before you put on your lipstick, lip liner or lip gloss. Swipe the scrub across your top and bottom lips. Use your index finger to work the scrub into your lips. Gently remove the scrub with a damp cotton pad until there’s no trace remaining on your lips. Once your lips are dry, proceed with your lip color.