Cure Dry, Chapped Lips With One Easy Kit Spa Week Editor All Stories, Beauty, Lips 30 Comments My pout has been so chapped this winter that I’ve woken up a few times with a cracked, bloody lip. Not only is this super unsightly, but it hurts a lot too. I’ve tried every nourishing lip product I could think of in every price range, but this season my lips are having none of it. When I learned about Bliss Fabulips Treatment Kit I knew I had to try it because it promised to give my lips a much-needed 180-degree makeover. As I opened the set of adorably packaged goodies I mentally said goodbye to my painfully dry lips. It had been weeks since my lips were in good enough condition for lipstick and glosses, they’d been so parched I hadn’t even bothered to try. Hopefully, this collection would whip my lips into tip top shape so I could finally bust out my favorite deep winter reds and purples. Here’s my review of all the products included in the four step kit: 1. Foaming Lip Cleanser – I’ve never used a foaming lip cleanser before so I was excited to try this one. Just a tiny dab is all you need to lift away impurities. Once removed, my lips felt completely cleansed and had already started to show signs of improvement. 2. Fabulips Sugar Lip Scrub – I love me some sugar lip scrub, so I was excited to bust out this second step to polish my lips and remove dead skin cells. As far as lip scrubs go, this is by far one of the best I’ve ever used. Not only did it smell delicious and remove all signs of flaking, but it was super gentle. After using this scrub, my lips didn’t feel chaffed or raw, just polished and pretty. 3. Fabulips Instant Lip Plumper – This minty lip plumper is packed with cork tree extract and a blend of peptides to not only plump lips, but leaves them silky smooth. At first I was nervous to put this on my formerly chapped lips because in my experience lip plumpers are harsh and have the tendency to sting. I didn’t want to erase all the progress steps one and two had just made, but I figured I would give it a shot. I was pleasantly surprised that this plumper didn’t irritate my lips or cause dryness. Instead, my lips felt moisturized and soft, with a hint of extra volume to boot. 4. Fabulips Softening Lip Balm – The final step in this routine is simple. Just swipe on Fabulips Softening Lip Balm for the ultimate dose of nourishment and hydration. Ever since discovering this balm, I keep it handy at all times so I can give my lips a hit of moisture whenever they’re starting to look or feel parched. After using this kit for just a few days, my lips are healthier and more beautiful than they’ve been in a very long time. This kit really gave me all the tools I needed to condition, soften, and smooth my pout. It’s worked so well I’ve even been able to wear lipstick for the first time this winter. Visit here to pick up the Bliss Fabulips Treatment Kit ($45) for yourself. To learn about more of our favorite products visit our Beauty page How do you battle dry lips? Congratulations! You found one of the secret questions for our Wellness From the Inside Out giveaway! Answer in the comments section below for one entry to win this week’s prize. Then, make sure to keep searching our latest stories for more chances to win. PS: We’ll be posting hints about the stories containing our hidden questions on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter so don’t forget to follow us and check those feeds daily. 30 Responses Clarice Skanes December 14, 2017 I use Aquaphor to fight chapped lips.. Reply sandy weinstein January 22, 2016 i use a washcloth warm and brush it over my lips to remove dead skin and then use lip creams Reply Lester Soper January 21, 2016 I keep my lips conditioned with olive oil and a balm my wife makes with calendula. Reply Michelle January 20, 2016 I exfoliate 2times a week and stay hydrated, also use a lip balm with an spf Reply Daniela Plume January 19, 2016 coconut oil Reply Staci Z. January 19, 2016 I scrub every now and then and use pure shea butter. Reply Nancy January 19, 2016 I use aquaphor. Reply Teresa January 19, 2016 I drink water, and use natural lip moisturizers like shea butter and argan oil! Reply deborah b January 19, 2016 staying hydrated and keeping Nivea Milk & Honey at home, work and on the go! Reply Nancy January 18, 2016 Exfolliate Reply Nancy January 18, 2016 Exfoliate! Reply Amber Stovall January 17, 2016 I use a super moisturizing lip balm that has a slight tint for color. I also drink lots of water so they stay hydrated. Reply Lucy January 16, 2016 i drink a lot of water and use a lip rejuvenator by edimi! it works WONDERS and instantly heals dried lips! Reply Patty January 15, 2016 Water and aloe Reply Christa January 13, 2016 I drink alot of water and I always have lip balm with me everywhere I go. Reply Elizabeth E January 13, 2016 I use me some Burt’s Bees, and coconut oil. Reply Kathleen DiMartino January 13, 2016 I drink a ton of water. I also use a lip scrub and apply fresh sugar lip balm throughout the day Reply missv January 12, 2016 I use CarMax and drink A LOT of water Reply Kimberly D January 12, 2016 I do not have a specific brand that I use. But I have lip balms of all kinds stored in my house, in my car, and in my purse in case I ever need them. Reply Kay January 11, 2016 very thick lip balm, especially overnight Reply Christine McNally January 11, 2016 I’m going to check this kit out – will give the plumper to my daughter Reply Rhonda January 11, 2016 I use Blistex (original) religiously and it works like a charm! Reply Adrienne V Williamson January 11, 2016 By staying hydrated and always using lip balm. Reply lauren January 11, 2016 I exfoliate and always wear lipstick or chap stick on my lips Reply Suzette January 11, 2016 I use a lip scrub by Pooka Pure and Simple and then follow up with my EOS lip balm. I have a ton of them around the house and in my bag! Reply patricia January 11, 2016 I try to battle dry lips by using Aquaphor lip products. Reply amy stonger January 9, 2016 I use a chapstick with spf moisturizer and drink lots of water. Reply Stephanie V. January 8, 2016 natural lip balm — every night and day! tvollowitz at aol dot com Reply amy stonger January 8, 2016 I always make sure to drink plenty of water and apply chapstick or lip gloss multiple times throughout the day. Reply Amy Bielawski January 8, 2016 I will use multiple methods, such as sugar and oil for scrubbing, then will put castor oil, jojoba oil, rosehip oil or every once in a while neosporin on at night while sleeping. 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