Protect your lips with LypSyl Intense Protection

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I spend a fair amount of time outside and my lips tend to get dry and chapped.   I always keep lip balm on hand to keep my lips soft but I find myself reapplying it more often than I want to. Not all lip balms are created equally.  Different moisturizers last more or less time and it’s important to choose a lip moisturizer that both moisturizes and protects your lips.

LypSyl Intense Protection LypMoisturizers offer long lasting, deep penetrating moisture. LypSyl offers two varieties of Intense Protection LypMoisturizers.  The original Intense Protection LypMoisturizer contains coconut oil to moisturize your lips, a minty flavor that refreshes, organic shea butter that heals and protects and Vitamins A & E that soften and heal. The LypSyl Intense Protection LypMoisturizer Honey Berry is an SPF 15 sunscreen lip protectant that contains avocado butter that moisturizes, natural shea butter that heals and protects, honeyberry that is fragrant and flavorful and Vitamins A & E that soften and heal.   Both varieties are made with pure Swedish beeswax.

I love both of the varieties of LypSyl I received.  They glide on smoothly and they are very soothing to my lips.  My lips weren’t at all tacky or sticky after I applied the LypSyl.  The LypSyl was easy to raise and lower with the little bee on the side of the tube. I definitely plan on purchasing LypSyl again in the future. 

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It can be found in most mass and drug stores including Walmart, Walgreens and Rite Aid in my area.

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