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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevan View Post
    Is that what it's like, FaithAnne?
    It looks a little like a yellow-ish vaseline but it doesn't feel greasy on the lips and barely comes off onto cups, glasses etc. It's not sticky like some other lip balms, and it lasts for ages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevan View Post

    PS: Fresh has a scrub/mask made with strawberries (it's really great and kind of unique ... you scrub/exfoliate your face all over (I do it in the shower) and then when the grainy scrubbers dissipate, you leave it on as mask for 3-5 minutes ... skin is clear, even toned, smooth as a baby's bottom, and removes all the dead stuff from my dry skin). They have a lot of other stuff that I'd love to try but they are spendy.

    This face scrub interests me. Thanks. It's really spendy, but you say its worth the price?
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    I love Nívea Lip Care Pearl & Shine


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    I can't believe I'll be the first to say, but just old school ChapStick for me, sometimes the moisturizing one. I did step out of the box and got some Bare Escentuals lip gloss, but most are too sticky/tacky for me.
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    Better be cherry flavored.
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    Never! Plain jane here.
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    Blasphemy!
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    Well, there's that whole atheist thing, so maybe
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    Quote Originally Posted by dowcat View Post
    I love Nívea Lip Care Pearl & Shine

    that one is my fave too

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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    This face scrub interests me. Thanks. It's really spendy, but you say its worth the price?
    Yes, I think it is. If I recall correctly, it was $55. The jar is not that big but you don't need much of it. It also says to use it 3 or 4 times a week, but I tend to only use it 1 or 2 times, like when I can see a lot of dry flakiness buildup (my skin is really dry).

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    Ahem, here is the link for the one I use: Fresh Sugar Face Polish: Shop Masks & Exfoliators | Sephora

    There are a few masks/scrubs they make and all have really good reviews (varying price points): http://www.sephora.com/search/brandR...4&brandId=4348

    I've used their lip sugar scrub too which works really well ... get the one that has a mini tube of the sugar lip balm included. You don't need the big jar because it lasts a long time so you get a really nice tube of their balm too.

    After all the recent talk of of the rose hip oil, I'm curious to try out their rose face mask too.

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    Anyone knows about products that puff up your lips? I mean lipstick-like ones, not botox

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    I like RoseBud Brambleberry Rose Lip Balm in a tin. The packaging's really pretty and it smells amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonnie lass View Post
    Palmer's Cocoa Butter Swivel Stick. I've tried others, but none compare. They make my lips sting and peel. Maybe it's the spf ingredient in some balms that causes that to happen. I like that the tube is big and fat. Just schmear it on, it's colorless so also use it above the lip line.
    My all time favorite.^ I have one by my bed, in my purse and by the couch!
    Good for other dry spots too. When I have a cold and a red chapped nose I smear it on that too.
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    Josie Maran's Argan Oil stick is nice to use as a lip balm too; not as good as Palmer's or Fresh, but it works pretty well on lips as well as other dry spots.
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    I bought a L'Octaine lip jobbie and I'm so impressed with it. It was expensive for what it is, but I don't think that I've had as good before.

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