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LANOLIPS – 101 Lip Ointment

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LANOLIPS, NC20, Yishan | by — September 12, 2009

Brand: Lanolips
Range: 1o1 Lip Ointment
Swatched by yours truly: akisa (Rose shade swatched here)
Stockists in Australia here

What they say:

  • Made from pure medical grade Lanolin
  • Holds 200% of its weight in water!
  • Can also be used to moisturise cuticles & heal wounds

Review:

  • This protects your lips with a layer of hydration with a watery glossy finish~
  • It’s a stiffer texture than other balms, but once you melt it (either between thumb/index finger or directly on lips) it applies very easily & absorbs quickly.
  • I use this not only for lips but also cuticles & dry areas around the nose.
  • I use the ointment as a night treatment, and the tinted version during the day.
  • Never leave home without this!!



5 Responses to “LANOLIPS – 101 Lip Ointment”

  1. MilknCookiie says:

    This product sounds amazing. Especially since you can also use it on dry areas around the nose! I always have problems with dry skin on my nose cause I have allergies and I need to blow my nose very often. -_-;

    ♥ Milk

  2. Anonymous says:

    where can i buy this stuff?

  3. ♥akisa♥ says:

    Hi Anonymous, I've posted the link to stockists. The product is currently only available in Australia.

  4. Fifi says:

    I wish it was available in where I live 🙁

  5. Crystal says:

    If this if medical grade Lanolin then try breast feeding creams like Lansinoh. In the US this tube holds about 2oz (which will last you years) and costs roughly 5-7 US dollars

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