Three SPF Balms That Prevent The Ever Painful Summer Lip Burn

May 18, 2009 by SheFindsSuzelle
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As my 30th birthday gets closer every day, I’ve gotten better about wearing sunscreen. But it seems I always forget to slather SPF cream on some body part while I’m on vacation, and after my most recent getaway, I discovered how much sunburned lips could hurt.

To make sure I never repeat that mistake, I’m making sure all my lip balms contain some SPF protection. Here are three new favorites:

1. Kiehl’s SPF 15


The classic blend of vitamins and oils has additional

sunscreen to protect the delicate skin on your lips from UVA and UVB

rays. Plus it’s incredibly moisturizing.

DDF Gloss

2. DDF Doctor’s Dermatologic Formula Glossy Lip Therapy SPF 15


This is the best of all worlds— a clear, smooth gloss that protects your lips without ever getting sticky. Perfection.

Fresh Sugar

3. Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF 15 ($22.50)

Reparative oils and waxes mix with real sugar for maximum sun protection and a sweet lip treat.

Check out our Lip Balm Guide for balms that will keep your lips smooth all summer long.

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