In this post, you will find lip balms, lip scrubs, and lip masks from black owned brands that are made with natural and moisturizing ingredients. Lips do not have oil glands and are prone to drying. Lip care is needed 12 months a year as cold, dry, or hot weather increases one’s risk of having dry, chapped lips. Staying hydrated is a preventative measure.
Lip balms should contain moisturizing ingredients such as Shea butter, ceramides, coconut, castor, or essential oils, beeswax and other ingredients that protect against sun damage. It is especially useful to apply lip balm before going to sleep. Using a humidifier, is another preventative step.
Lip scrubs can also protect against dry chapped lips provided they include moisturizing ingredients such as hemp seed oil and honey. Sugar in exfoliants is common as it draws in moisture. It is important to gently exfoliate and continue with a hydrating lip moisturizer or mask.
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- Eleven By Venus Williams (advertisement) offers broad spectrum SPF 15, 100% mineral lip balms made with Shea butter. They are available in several tints.
- Garner’s Garden (advertisement) offers several natural lip balms that include coconut oil, Shea butter, and beeswax.
- Lizzie’s All Natural (advertisement) offers several chapsticks made with Shea butter, beeswax, and vitamin E oil.
- Shea La Soul Skincare (advertisement) offers moisturizing lip balms made with Shea butter, jojoba oil, vitamin E and more. They are available in several scents.
- The Lip Bar (advertisement) offers a variety of lip care products. Shimmer lip balms containing ceramides, nourishing oils, and moisture retaining hyaluronic acid are available. A lip care set is also available that contains a lip scrub with micro fine sugar crystals and vitamin E, and a lip serum infused with almond oil.
- BLK + GRN (advertisement) offers a diverse selection of lip balms with moisturizing ingredients.
- All Things O’Natural offers a lip therapy stick made with Shea butter, coconut oil, and organic beeswax.
- Body Butter Lady offers lip care products consisting of an oil based lip balm with Shea, jojoba, and coconut oils, and a lip scrub consisting of brown sugar, Shea butter and hemp seed oils.
- Bree & Milly offers a lip scrub made with brown sugar, castor, coconut, organic honey, sweet almond & vitamin E oils.
- By Justine offers lip care products that include lip scrubs made with organic sugars, argan, olive, among other oils. Lip balms contain organic jojoba oil, beeswax and more.
- Earth Born Beauty offers a selection of creamy lip butters made with different butters, vitamins, and essential oils.
- Hazel’s Soapery offers a selection of lip care products that includes a lip scrub made with sugar, avocado, and sunflower oil. A lip balm made with moisturizing ingredients is also available.
- KNC Beauty offers a selection of collagen infused lip masks and lip balms with moisturizing ingredients such as Shea butter and moringa oil.
- Krazy Essentials offers lip care products that include lip balms made with candelilla wax, mango butter and castor oil. A lip scrub made with sugar, jojoba, and castor oil is also available.
- Nandi’s Naturals offers a selection of lip soothers that include sunflower oil, beeswax, and vitamin E.
- Pardo Naturals offers a lip care bundle that includes a lip balm made with beeswax, coconut oil, and cocoa butter, and a lip scrub made with sugar, grapeseed among other oils.
- Shea Shea Bakery offers lip care products that include lip balms made with sweet almond oil, coconut oil, and beeswax. A lip scrub is also available made with raw honey, sugar, and castor oil.
- Sage & Onyx offers natural lip balms made with organic Shea and cocoa butter, beeswax, and vitamin E.
- Zandra Beauty offers lip balms made with Shea and cocoa butter, beeswax, and more. The lip balms are also available through Amazon (advertisement) and Walmart(advertisement). Lip scrubs are also available.
In reviewing these lip care products, I hope you find one or more that work for you.
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- American Academy of Dermatology Association. “7 dermatologists’ tips for healing dry, chapped lips.” https://www.aad.org/public/everyday-care/skin-care-basics/dry/heal-dry-chapped-lips
- Eske, Jamie. “Best 6 ways to relieve chapped lips.” 24 January, 2019. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles
- Hauser, Eylse. “What’s the deal with lip scrubs?” 23, October. 2019. https://www.lifesavvy.com/11691/whats-the-deal-with-lip-scrubs/
- Cherney, Kristeen. “How to use coconut oil for dry chapped lips.” 6 April, 2018. https://www.healthline.com/health/coconut-oil-for-lips#maximum-moisture
- Healthline. “How to get rid of chapped lips.” 7 November, 2019. https://www.healthline.com/health/how-to-get-rid-of-chapped-lips/324281#_noHeaderPrefixedContent
- Naturally Daily. “Essential oils for chapped lips (dry and split lips). 18 December, 2018. https://naturallydaily.com/essential-oils-for-chapped-lips/
- WedMD. “Chapped lips.” https://www.webmd.com/beauty/why-your-lips-are-chapped#1