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Chapped Lips? 10 Moisturizing Lip Butters

By Monique Frausto |

Image via Flikr/Michelle Muirhead

Image via Flikr/Michelle Muirhead

There’s no way to sugar coat it—dry and chapped lips are a pain in the butt! We despise them, don’t we? Unfortunately, it’s something I deal with a lot. This means I’m always on the look out for anything to moisturize, hydrate, and soothe my poor lips. Sure lip balms are cool, but I’m all about lip butters right now.

Intended to be more moisturizing than lip balms, lip butters usually contain more oil and have a softer, but thicker consistency. Of course, it all depends on the brand. The whole idea behind it is to achieve soft and smooth lips.

Now, when it comes to your beauty regime, lip butter can be worn on a nude lip or under your existing lip color. Or you can do what I do and apply it before bed—waking up with a softer pout.  And yes they come in different shades and flavors. They’re are even a few cruelty-free and vegan lip butters out there. It’s up to you to find the perfect one.

Here are 10 lip butters to battle dry and chapped lips.

Chapped Lips? 10 Moisturizing Lip Butters - Babble

Pomegranate Pucker

If you're looking for moisturized lips with a pop of juicy color, take a swipe of Korres Pomegranate lip butter. It's formulated with natural oils and extracts to soothe and condition lips.


Purchase it at Korres $12

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About Monique Frausto


Monique Frausto

Monique Frausto is a full-time blogger and freelance writer living in Los Angeles. In 2008, she created Blogs by Latinas, a blog directory specifically for Latina bloggers. She is also the founder of Curves and Chaos, a fashion, beauty, and lifestyle blog. Today, she remains active in the blogging community by attending conferences and events. Read bio and latest posts → Read Monique's latest posts →

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