Lip Care

Looking for a way to rejuvenate your lips? Our lip balms are designed to heal and rebuild cracked lip skin, leaving you with a glossy sheen that doesn’t feel sticky.

Whether you choose our tinted or non-tinted options, an effective lip balm is an essential part of your day-to-day. Say goodbye to cracked, sore lips!


What is Lip Balm?

Lip moisturiser, lip balm, and other lip care are products with your lip health in mind, typically designed to soften and soothe cracked, sore lips.

Lip balms have been around for hundreds of years, with the first ones being made from beeswax and animal fat. Ours include lanolin and ceramide, an essential component of your lip barrier. These ingredients work together to create a highly effective, hydrating lip balm that will last you ages – a little goes a long way!

How to Use Lip Balm

There are a few different ways you can make the most out of your lip balm:

- Try using it as an overnight treatment to prevent chapping. Put a layer on before going to sleep, and let it soak in overnight.

- Use it as a primer for lipstick! A lot of lipsticks can be quite drying – particularly ones with a matte finish – so it’s important to give your lips an extra bit of hydration beforehand with some lip care.

- Don’t feel limited to your lips! A lip balm can also be used on patches of dry skin like your elbows to reduce sore cracks, or on your cheekbones for an extra shine.

Simply apply a healthy layer of hydrating lip balm wherever it’s needed, and let it work its magic.

How Often Should You Apply Lip Balm?

Apply our lip care products in the morning, at night, and throughout the day to keep your lips consistently hydrated and healthy.

There’s no danger from ‘over-doing it’ when it comes to lip balm, so simply reapply whenever your lips are feeling a little dry. We recommend keeping a lip balm in your pocket or in your bag wherever you are so you can keep your lips hydrated and healthy on the go.

Is Lip Moisturiser Different to Lip Balm?

The key difference between lip moisturisers and lip balm is their consistency. A lip moisturiser contains more water, meaning it gets absorbed for extra hydration to the skin. Lip balm, on the other hand, is thicker and waxier. Lip balm does not get completely absorbed, meaning it leaves a protective, hydrating layer on top of your lips.

Where Should I Store Lip Balm?

Due to the nature of lip balm, it can change consistency slightly depending on the temperature it’s kept in. If you’re having difficulty getting your Flawless Lip product out of its tube, pop it in your pocket for a bit or warm it with your hands. The lanolin can sometimes stiffen in the tube, but warming it up a little is enough to make it malleable over and over!

As it’s so easy to use our lip products wherever you are, it’s really up to you where you store them! We like to have several dotted around the house, which is why offer a flawless lip trio – one for your desk, one for your bag, and one for your pocket!