Blistex Lip Relief Cream Healing Reviews
Product Type: Blistex Lip Care
Description:Brand: Blistex / Subcategory: Treatment / Type: Lip Cream / Lip service from the cream formerly known as Blisteze /
Newest Review: ... day or so. The cream comes in a little tube which is actually an ideal size to carry around in your handbag as you use very ... more
by - written on 14/04/12 (Very useful, 79 readings)
My lips are normally pretty good at staying moisturised but a few weeks ago when I returned to uni, the shock of going from beautiful sunshine down south to harsh gale force winds and down pouring rain turned my lips to chapped monstrosities in the matter of hours. As I said, it's not a problem I've ever really had before so I was a bit stumped as to how to solve it! For the first few days, I just coated them in Vaseline - after getting fed up of them cracking and bleeding all the time, I turned to google for help and found that Vaseline was likely to be making them worse. Googling found me a few recommendations that I considered carefully. Home made recipes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/12, updated on 25/01/12 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I don't know why, but in the last few months I have suddenly developed painful and irritating cold sores around my mouth. As I am not used to them, I am finding it all rather traumatic and I feel like wrapping a scarf around my face before heading out in public! After suffering several in silence I decided that I needed to invest in something to help put an end to it so I purchased a tube of Blistex (formally known as Blisteze). Bilstex comes in a small cardboard box which tells you that alongside cold sores, this product can also be used to treat cracked, chapped and sore lips. There is a lot of information on the box - how to use the product, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/10, updated on 11/10/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
This is an absolute must for me in the colder months. I am guaranteed to get sore chapped lips, but funnily (touch wood) I never get coldsores. This little tube of wonder cream works miracles on sore lips and I have been using it for about 7 years or so. It costs around £1.89 - £2.50 (ish) depending on where you buy it, I bought a tube today in B&M Bargains and £1.89 is the price I paid. You get a cardboard carton which gives all the details about the cream and the tube itself is a metal type tube, shaped like a mini toothpaste tube and has a red lid. It comes in a 5g tube. Blistex (formerly Blisteze) is a medicated ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/10 (Very useful, 193 readings)
I've used Blistex cream periodically since I was a teenager, lots and lots of years ago, even through its baffling brief name change to Blisteze and back again. It remains my go to product if my lips become sore or dry. You'll find this little gem in almost every chemist, supermarket, costing around the £2.55 mark (at that price in Tesco at the moment) and often smaller grocery stores too. It comes in a small box which is extended to create a mount that enables it to be hung from a 'hook'. The box has a picture of a nice pair of healthy lips, the name of the product, and all the usual info. The packaging uses trademark red white and blue colouring and states ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
My daughter developed a small dry patch on the edge of her lip, and at first I wasn't too concerned. Over the next day or two it seemed to develop into a little spot like blemish and looked a little swollen, so I took her to our local walk-in centre. At the walk-in center we spoke to a lovely nurse who said it was in fact a cold sore. She explained to us what a cold sore was, how they begin and what treatment. She said that since it had developed in to the 'spot' stage there was very little we could do about it other than keep it clean and moisturised. She asked what we had been using on it, which at the time was just a little dab of vaseline. She ... Read the complete review
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