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    Quote Originally Posted by AdiMom View Post
    Has anyone tried using lansinoh on their lips? I had some leftover after nursing and decided to try it on my lips (so as not to waste it). Now that is all I use for the kids. Since it is considered safe for babies, I figured the kids are probably swallowing a ton of lip cream.

    I don't use lansinoh for myself anymore because the tube is too big for my purse.
    Yes, especially when my lips are very chapped. I always use it when I (or the kids) have a cold -- it really helps with the nose irritation!

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    I bought a Nivea lip balm yesterday at Walgreens.

    So far, I really like it!

    It is the Nivea Mint & Minerals.

    http://www.niveausa.com/products/lip...and%20Minerals
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    I also tried the Nivea kiss of moisture based on this thread. So far I really like it! But I call it "Labello" in my mind because I like it better that way. Power of a brand name!
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    Wow, this thread really wants me to try out some new lip balms. I finally tried the blistex allergy one, which I bought prior to this thread and had not yet opened, which is great but it is "medicated" and I dont' really want any medicine in my lip balm. Nice easy application, and pelasant smell/light "taste".
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    Quote Originally Posted by pastrygirl View Post
    Yes, especially when my lips are very chapped. I always use it when I (or the kids) have a cold -- it really helps with the nose irritation!

    We love Lansinoh especially in the winter time.
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    I love Aquaphor for my lips and random dry spots on my body. It really is the best lip balm I have tried.

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    Palmers Cocoa Butter Swivel Stick, but it looks like a glue stick

    http://www.google.com/products/catal...ed=0CD0Q8wIwAA

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