Chapstick that actually works?

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by sophieclair, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. sophieclair

    sophieclair Senior Member

    Is there any kind of chapstick that actually works. My lips hurt like hell and the stuff I am using is not helping. I am looking for something that actually heals and is not a temporary solution. Is there anything I can use either chapstick or other?

    Tiffany:confused:
     
  2. wally m

    wally m 14

    More water
     
  3. marblegallery

    marblegallery Member

    berts bees?
     
  4. sophieclair

    sophieclair Senior Member

    I thought water dries out skin
     
  5. polecat

    polecat Weerd

    x2
     
  6. wally m

    wally m 14

    drink it
     
  7. sophieclair

    sophieclair Senior Member

    ok
     
  8. GLENGLEN

    GLENGLEN Lifetime Supporter

    Any Baby Creme....(eg..Am-O-Lin)...That Is Lanolin Based.

    Any Creme That Is Formulated To Keep A Baby's Butt Free Of Nappie

    Rash.....Soft And Smooth..... Has To Be A Good Thing...:).

    I Have Personally Used It For Many Years...

    And My Face Looks Just Like A "Babys Butt"...............................:eek:



    Cheers Glen.

    [EDIT]....Methinks Glen Should Choose His Words More Wisely....:eek:
     
  9. GLENGLEN

    GLENGLEN Lifetime Supporter


    Stop Kissing Frogs......................................:eek:

    There Are No Prince's In The Real World....:(

    T'Was Nothing More Than A Fairytale ........:(
    .

    Cheers Glen.
     
  10. Nova?!

    Nova?! The Walrus

    i live off of chapstick.
    try using a chapstick that is super smooth.
    i personally like the skittles ones
     
  11. zilla939

    zilla939 Thought Police Lifetime Supporter

    what? fuck that shit. that makes my lips worse.

    try a cocoa butter stick. or dr. bronner's. or calendula ointment, that is the best for healing chapped lips :)
     
  12. KozmicBlue

    KozmicBlue Senior Member

    I used to have crazy dry lips and I found Bepanthen works really well. Yeah it's kinda weird, these days they market it as the solution for babies' nappy rash.. :rolleyes: But a few years ago, this pharmacist lady recommended it to me in Finland and yeah, it sorted my lips out. :p
     
  13. deleted

    deleted Visitor

    Malamute makes good stuff.... kissie kissie. :p
    Never hear Eskimos complaining...
     
  14. Cate8

    Cate8 Senior Member

    brush your lips with your toothbrush, and apply vaseline. daily.
     
  15. Zoomie

    Zoomie My mom is dead, ok?

    Medicated Cherry Carmex. It doesn't burn like the mentholated stuff. And it's only a buck. Chapstick is for attention whores.
     
  16. mamaKCita

    mamaKCita fucking stupid.

    i just put olive oil on my girls. skin is heal instantly.
     
  17. MaryJBlaze

    MaryJBlaze eleven

    carmex!!

    i swear by it
     
  18. daisymae

    daisymae Senior Member

    Vaseline. It is the absolute best. I buy the small jar and it sits by my bed. It also comes in a tube so you can throw it in a bag or pocket for travel..
     
  19. GLENGLEN

    GLENGLEN Lifetime Supporter


    I Buy The Mega King Sized,Bulk Buy, Supa Saving Jar.....:D

    It Too Sits Next To My Bed.

    But I Can't Recall Ever Having Used It On My Lips...(tee hee)..:eek:

    And I Agree..The (slips into your pocket tube) Comes In Very Handy If

    Your Travelling And Hoping To Meet A New Friend.....:D..:D



    Cheers Glen.
     
  20. mamaKCita

    mamaKCita fucking stupid.

    it doesn't seem to help my kids nearly as much as olive oil does. but i do put it on them when they're going outside on a icy/windy day. keeps their skin from getting worse, but doesn't really heal anything. joey's the worst, the poor thing get so dry her eyelids will peel sometimes. sucks ass. but that olive oil does the trick every time.
     

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