How It Works:
Being prepared is the first and most effective line of defence against dry, chapped lips. The Stick from Jack Black is packed with nourishing ingredients including Cocoa Butter, Jojoba Oil and natural Peppermint Oil. Also free of synthetic fragrance, colourants and parabens, The Stick is a natural remedy to treat lips with the same care and attention as the rest of your skin.
- Cocoa Butter & Jojoba Oil: Delivers nourishing hydration to the lips.
- Vitamin C: Helps to combat environmental stress and damage on the lips by offering antioxidant protection.
- Natural Peppermint Oil: Aids in healing lips and gives a subtle yet refreshing cool mint flavour.
Key Benefits of Lip Balm for Men:
- Hydrates and nourishes the lips.
- Great for all skin types.
- Paraben, sulfate and phthalates free formula.
- Cruelty-free product.
- Does not contain colorant or synthetic flavours.
Why Did We Pick This?
Jack Black’s The Stick is a brand new launch which protects lips from environmental aggressors, leaving them feeling soft and comfortable. It’s definitely a great all-round product which works effectively to protect from cold, harsh weather conditions during winter as well as keeping your lips hydrated, soft and smooth during the skin-drying months of summer.
Additional Lip Care Advice:
Many factors influence your lips’ ability to retain moisture. Weather is the most frequent culprit, but other medical factors such as an iron deficiency and even some medications can cause your lips to dry quicker and more frequently than normal. Whether it’s a chronic condition or you just prefer to add a little moisture a few times a day, there are certainly ways to deal with the problem and ways to make it worse. Since cracked and chapped lips seem to show up precisely when you least want them to, think first date, big presentation at work etc. here is our main tip that’ll help you avoid the discomfort of cracked and flaky lips.
Licking your lips instead of using a moisturising lip treatment such as The Stick is, at best, ineffective. At worst, it exacerbates the problem. There are two reasons for this. First, your lips, unlike everywhere else on your body, lack a substantial protective outer layer to effectively retain moisture, and the quickly evaporating saliva may leave your lips drier and worse off than before. The other reason is that saliva isn’t as innocuous as you may assume. Saliva is packed with enzymes that play a key role in your digestive system by breaking down foods. Too much saliva can overwhelm the sensitive skin on your lips and cause them to crack. So even though licking your lips at the first signs of dryness can feel soothing at first, be aware that this may make the initial problem so much worse.
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