Dr. Lipp’s Original Nipple Balm for Lips Review

Dr. Lipp’s Original Nipple Balm for Lips
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About Original Nipple Balm for Lips:

Dr. Lipp’s original nipple balm for lips is thick, rich and long lasting moisturizing balm and lip gloss.  100% natural and 100% pure, hypoallergenic, tasteless and odorless.  Contains no parabens and no fragrances. 

My Review:

Dr. Lipp’s original nipple balm for lips is safe enough for infants.  It is recommended for lips, dry cuticles, feet & elbows, itchy skin, calluses, split ends, chapped lips, fine lines under eyes, diaper rash, sore & cracked nipples from breastfeeding, sore noses, and can help with eczema.

I love trying products that have multiple uses, especially those that are natural and safe for my entire family.  I used the nipple balm on my lips.  I applied a thin layer on my lips in the evening and woke up with soft and supple lips.  My lips feel protected when I have it on.  The nipple balm is thick and stays put where applied.

I wash my hands throughout the day, which leaves my hands dry.  My cuticles benefited from the nipple balm.  The balm protects my cuticles and keeps them hydrated.

I love Dr. Lipp’s original nipple balm for lips.  The product stays put, is long lasting and works!  Since it is so thick, you only need to use a little dab.

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Disclosure: I received free products from the PR company to facilitate my review.  The pictures and opinions provided are my own and not influenced by anyone else.  I did not receive any financial compensation for this post.  This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


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  1. Why didn’t they have this when my daughter was an infant?? Thanks for sharing!

  2. carla bonesteel says:

    why does it have to be called nipple balm? Couldn’t it have been a little more vague, since it’s good for so many parts? I personally don’t have an issue with it, but my boyfriend won’t use it because it’s “for nipples” LOL…MEN!

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