No, charmer has acetylene alcohol – which will dry out your lips! What you need to do is ex foliate the dead skin on your lips or the moisturizer won’t penetrate. Buy a cheap, SOFT toothbrush and run it under warm water. Then gently scrub your lips until they feel smoother. NOW you can moisturize. TRY Burt’s Bees Lip Balm from CVS. It’s amazing and try to reapply it every time before you go outside. You lips will be great in no time. Vaseline is petroleum and it blocks pores, and feels like it works at first but it ultimately dry out your lips! HOPE I helped .
Almond oil, and even olive is is the BEST to condition and moisturize them, as for pots or sticks you can carry round, have a browse and look at the ingredients. anything including butters (shear, cocoa, almond) or oils is the best…try to avoid all petroleum jellies.
Soft lips feel so good on and they leave the lips looking great. They re leave chapped lips and they have a variety of different flavors. They are small and easy to keep in your pocket or your make up bag. I use this on my lips and i always get compliments on how great my lips look.
A great lips care that wet your lips with warm water to soften the skin. Take a wet toothbrush and gently ex foliate your lips by rubbing the bristles in a circular motion on your lips- this helps remove the dead lips skin. Wash away with warm waterand apply lipstick. There’s no need to towel dry your lips since they will quickly just drink up the excess water- immediately afterwards, put on a nice soothing balm. Vaseline works just fine, Burt’s Bees is another good one, I’m currently using Blister Lip med ex balm- excellent (not too sticky, but very moisturizing) balm. Sleep, wake up in the morning and repeat procedure- keep applying lip balm as necessary and rubbing your lips together to ensure circulation and maintain moisture, so your lips don’t dry out quickly.
Lips get dry really easily and frequently. I’ve tried it all – Vaseline, Blister, Chopstick, Lip Glosses (even high-end ones), Body Shop… but I find they are just temporary remedies. I want a lip product that I can feel sink down and hydrating.
Other ones I try sort of sit on my lips and when they go away, my lips are dry again. For school I want something that will last long.
Make sure you drink at least 4 cups of water a day and maybe some other liquids. Take an Omega-3 supplement and a whole food multivitamin. serious chapped lips are either a sign of a vitamin deficiency, dehydration, or overly harsh skin care products, like retina, sulfur or benzenes peroxide.
Another tip: To help your chapped lips heal faster, lightly use a toothbrush (make sure your toothbrush has a soft bristle and keep it light-handed) and brush your lips. It may tickle, but hey…it helps to remove the dead skin allowing your lips to heal faster. Then apply your lip conditioner. Your lips should heal and feel much better in very little time.