Founded by Miranda Coggins, LanoLip lip balms are one of the few lanolin-based lip products. The healing properties of lanolin are what inspired Miranda to develop this line in January 2006. Since then LanoLip has been made available in national Rite-Aid stores, won numerous awards, and been bragged about far and wide.
I’m here to add to the buzz. I tried out LanoLip’s balms in Creamsicle and Wintergreen. Cute and colorful little jars, they travel well and apply super easily. The balms smell lovely and the lanolin makes your lips shiny (you won’t have to pack a lip gloss along!) and leaves them packed full of moisture. Chapstick, be darned. This winter I’ve switched to LanoLip. Even my sensitive skin gave me no issues (my lips sometimes flake, crack, and develop cold sores from lip products).
The balms contain medical-grade lanolin, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, vitamin E and other healing and nurturing ingredients.
I know I sound like a walking advertisement, but seriously folks, these are super wonderous lip balms. Perfect for stocking stuffers, quick gift ideas, yada yada. I even took mine along on a recent plane trip and used it to moisturize my hands in flight. And they look beautiful on top of lip liner, lip sticks, etc. Adds a nice sheen and depth.
Yummy flavors offered- Dreamsicle (A creamy orange), Strawberry (with SPF 15), Unscented (with SPF 15), and Wintergreen. Single lip balms are $6.99 each. They also offer gift packs and body care products, including massage oil candles and all-natural lip scrubs.
Definitely a recommended Bionic Buy!
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