Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Sorry Carmex

I can't believe I forgot about Carmex!

I've moaned about my dry lips plenty of times on here, I've tried all sorts from daily exfoliating, applying coconut oil and using vaseline to protect them from the elements but some days my lips are so dry that I can't wear lipsticks because all they seem to do is highlight the dryness and dry them out even more. This can be so frustrating as lipsticks and colours are my favourite makeup product to wear. 

When browsing the isles of Superdrug looking for some super-power lip product, I spotted the cute limited edition Snoopy designs on the Carmex packaging and suddenly remembered how much I loved Carmex as a teenager. The main thing I remembered was the tingly cooling sensation it gives as it soaks into the skin and the oily protective layer it coats lips with and how, my lips were never dry or chapped probably due to my constant use of Carmex. 

With this in mind I picked up a small jar with Snoopy on (he's way cuter than Charlie Brown) and prepared myself for that soothing sensation. I've been using Carmex every day since Saturday and applying it 3 times a day; in the morning, midday and a generous application before bed and have noticed a huge difference. I noticed an improvement after just 24 hours, my lips were instantly smoother and less chapped and have only got smoother since then. I can finally wear lip colours without worrying about my lips drying out and ruining my makeup. Yay! 

I'm sorry forgetting about you Carmex but thank you to you and Snoopy for reminding me. Carmes is currently on offer for £1.99 in Superdrug with cute Snoopy designs so if you're looking for a lip miracle get some now. 

1 comment

  1. I have the same problem, if I wear lipsticks everyday my lips dry out so much. I put a fair amount of Vaseline on my lips every night and that keeps them soft. Sometimes when it gets really bad, I use my DR.Rescue one by Maybelline. I might give this one a go just because it's got Snoopy on it x


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