The Buzz Over Beeswax For Chapped Lips

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, it’s time to get your lips in fighting (ahem, loving) shape!

Sounds simple enough, but with wicked winds howling and dry air swirling, chapped lips tend to overstay their winter welcome. And a dry, flaky kisser doesn’t just put a crimp in your lipstick plans - it’s enough to make you want to hide under the covers!

An effective lip balm, like LypSyl Intense Protection LypMoisturizer, is a must to rehab your pucker and combat winter weather stat. 

Developed more than 100 years ago, this chapped lip zapper is packed with natural botanicals and rich moisturizers, like coconut oil, organic Shea butter, and vitamins A & E. They work together to soothe, soften and heal. 

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But the secret to LypSyl’s success is 100% pure Swedish beeswax. Dr. Debra Jaliman, author of Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist, says beeswax is a natural emulsifier, which means it locks in moisture for long-lasting protection. It also has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, both of which help to firm up skin. 

What I’m really buzzing about is the creamy, ultra-lightweight formula. It coats lips without feeling waxy or heavy, and acts as the perfect primer for that wine-hued lip color that’s been calling out your name. 

Forget those uber skinny lip balms! LypSyl Intense Protection LypMoisturizer comes in a chubby, oval stick that will easily cover your lips, without having to swirl it in circles over and over. 

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With a light tingle and fresh, minty smell, you can feel LypSyl working it’s magic the second you swipe it on. And at $2.99 a pop, it’s easy to stock up on multiples. I have one next to my bed, in my bag, and stowed away in my jacket. (Just in case!)

Scoop up LypSyl in Original or HoneyBerry at drugstores nationwide, and you’ll be showing off your pretty pout in no time!  

PS: If your lips have reached cracking/oozing status, there’s also LypSyl Extreme Cold Sore Relief, complete with a soft tip applicator. 

LypSyl isn’t just for lips! Tune in next week to find out the slew of ways you can use lip balm this winter.

This article is sponsored by LypSyl. The product(s) reviewed in this article was provided to GalTime by the public relations firm that represents the manufacturer. All opinions are those of the author. 

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