The Best Lip Products for Winter

Say goodbye to dry and flaky lips for good. We’ve got the top lip care products to soothe and protect your pout as the temperatures continue to drop.

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Sara Happ The Dream Slip Renew


Like a night cream for lips, this soothing chamomile-scented balm includes jojoba oil and fatty acids to soothe lips while you sleep. (available mid-January), $32

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BITE Beauty Agave Sugar Lip Scrub

BITE Beauty-Agave-Sugar-Lip-Scrub

A sweet, exfoliating treat! The gentle scrub uses raw brown sugar, pineapple enzymes, and exotic oils to get rid of roughness., $18

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Skinfix QVC Host Lip Collaboration Kit


The brand’s classic moisturizing lip balm—which includes 40% coconut oil—now comes in a bunch of yummy, holiday-inspired flavors, including Candy Cane, Sparkling Berry and Cinnamon Swirl., $20

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Starskin Dreamkiss Plumping & Hydrating Lip Mask


A sheet mask for your lips! Collagen and hyaluronic acid plump lips and reduce fine lines while a blend of coconut oil, honey and chia seeds have a super nourishing effect., $10 for two

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e.l.f Cosmetics Lip Exfoliator


Looks like a lipstick, acts like a lip scrub. This gentle exfoliator gets rid of dead skin and flakes and imparts a boost of hydration from the mix of shea butter, avocado, grape and jojoba oils., $3

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Burt's Bees All-Weather SPF 15 Lip Balm

Burt's Bees All-Weather SPF 15 Lip Balm

This one is good for all seasons. All-natural zinc oxide protects lips without the infamous white cast., $4

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Patchology FlashPatch Lip Gels


Apply these gel masks for five minutes before a night out to prep your lips for the perfect smooth lipstick application., $50

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Drunk Elephant Lippe

Drunk Elephant Lippe

A luxe blend of non-greasy oils—including avocado, mongongo, cranberry and marula—deeply moisturize and replenish lips., $22

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Chapstick Moisturizer


Aloe and vitamin E are super calming, plus SPF 12 protects this sensitive area from sun damage (yes, your lips can get burnt year-round)., $2