Dry, Cracked Lips? A moisturising lip balm
After having my second daughter my lips were continuously cracked and I was using chapstick which really was not helping. At times I was having to use it about 5 or 6 times a day and was in a bit of pain always licking my lips.
I found out about Eternal Essence from a Facebook competition and saw they were local and they had lip balm. I had nothing to loose so picked up a container that day, was the best thing I have ever done. It comes in a cute little container and packaged beautifully with a bag which is perfect for keeping earrings in. The lip balm itself is quite hard, but I quickly worked out the best way to apply is by using the back of your nail and then apply to your lips as usual its goes on smoothly and beautifully. Originally I was using morning and night and then after just a week I was just using at night and now I am using every other day. My lips feel lovely and smooth, think using now more out of habbit then necessity.
The first time I purchased there was only the one flavour and that was plan and loved the taste but now there is a variety of flavours including Pina Colada (the one I use now), Candy Floss, Strawberry, Cherry, Black Currant - have to admit tempted to try a variety of the flavours but adore the Pina Colada.
I have been using for over two years now and only have had to purchase two containers and have just purchased my third. Definitely worth the $3. Highly recommend to everyone who wants lovely moisturised lips.
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