Are your lips chronically chapped? Do you feel like you are addicted to your lip balm? Many lip balms contain allergens that cause lip chapping. It’s a perfect set up for lip balm manufactures. I’ve seen it over and over again in my 30+ years practicing dermatology. Artificial and natural fragrances, flavors and ‘healing ingredients’ […]
Avoid dry, cracked lips this season Winter climates will chap your lips unless you take action to prevent it. Once chapped, know how to heal chapped lips with the right lip care. You’ve experienced it – winter wind and the temperature variations between cold outdoor air and dehydrated hot indoor air will invariably lead to […]
Weather changes cause dry skin as cold, fall winds and heated, indoor air pull moisture out of your skin. It happens every year. If you wait too long to switch-up your skin care for fall, you see the dry-flaking. If you wait even longer, you’ll see chapping and feel itching and skin tightness. This is […]
How to Have Great Skin in the Cold Months Ahead As a dermatologist with over 30 years of clinical experience, I know for certain that there are two winter skin care must-haves: 1. A facial booster oil Facial skin is exposed to winter’s drying elements – both outdoors and indoors. Winter conspires to dry and […]
Discover the best skin care products to prevent lip chapping You want to heal chapped lips in winter and throughout the year. But, the big question is: What are the best (aka right) skin care products to protect lips? Well, it’s important to look for products that: Are deeply hydrating because they contain natural oils that sooth and […]
Harmful ingredients in lip balms can prompt an allergic rash that looks and feels like chapped lips. The lip balm company benefits and your lips suffer.
Do you need lip balm? Can you get addicted to lip balm? The answers are yes and yes! So, what should you use to prevent and to treat chapped lips? You need to keep your lips moist by applying a really good moisturizer if you don’t want dry-looking lips that are prone to chapping. […]