Lips require near-constant doses of moisture to stay plump and supple through the winter months. If you wear lipstick or gloss, now’s the time to switch to a thick, moisturizing formula like this Sisley Phyto-Lip Gloss. Why we love it: Aside from the flattering, perfect colors, this gloss contains grapeseed oil, shea butter, kukum butter, sunflower oil, vitamin E, and padina pavonica, a form of marine algae that increases hyaluronic acid production (hyaluronic acid helps your skin produce collagen, the material that keeps it soft, supple, and wrinkle-free). For extra dry lips, wear a layer of petroleum jelly overnight to soften skin. In the morning, use a lip scrub (we love Sara Happ) if necessary to remove any extra flakes. Then, apply a thick, moisturizing gloss of your choice (the ingredients in the Sisley example above are good ones you should look for) to seal in moisture. What’s your favorite gloss or balm? Some of our readers shared their favorites: Taunya Thomas: Strawberry Honey by Bath & Body Works Melissa Dean: Jane Iredale Lip Drink Kelsey Dickens: Aveda Nourishmint in Sheer Saffron …and the overwhelming audience favorite by far? That honor goes to Burt’s Bees! See all the rest of your favorite lip moisturizers here.