Have you ever tried to differentiate between lip gloss and lip oil and become super confused? Us too.
Each product offers unique benefits and looks, making them must-haves for different reasons.
"Good Morning America" chatted with Lanolips founder and CEO Kirsten Carriol to better understand those differences and figure out why you might want to choose one over the other during the winter months.
"In the winter, your lips have really lost their hydration. I've found what works best is a semi-occlusive lip balm that allows skin to self-hydrate from within, while being protected from harsh weather," Carriol shared. "Lip balms containing lanolin are ideal because they mimic human skin lipids -- and you can see and feel the difference."
Carriol also said that adding major hydration as a base before applying a gloss is optimal in the winter.
If you are looking for a way to incorporate soothing your dry and cracked lips into your winter nighttime skin care routine, she suggests using the Lanolips 12-Hour Overnight Lip Mask.
"The mask is deeply replenishing with a lanolin base and also has vitamin C, hyaluronic acid and ceramides for added benefits. If feels ultra rich and buttery on the lips and it really stays on all night!"
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