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Quick Tip #23: Naturally luscious lips
While many lipsticks and lip balms contain petroleum, menthol and salicylic acid that can irritate the lips; lanolin oil is super-hydrating and enriching.
Lanolin is a natural byproduct of wool, that is extracted from the fleece of a shorn sheep.
When purchase in its organic form, lanolin is chemically similar to the oils us humans secrete from our skin, which makes it a great natural beauty alternative.
So rather than shopping in the cosmetic aisles next time your lips are chapped; why not purchase some lanolin from your local organic health store, for naturally luscious lips?
Naturally yellow in appearance, lanolin contains no added colours or perfumes, and applies a clear sheen to the lips
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