Royal Treatment

Rod's Royal Treatment Lip BalmUp until fairly recently, I never gave lip balm much thought. It’s something I bought from time to time and somehow, I amassed quite a few. Seems contradictory I know but I never finished one before I bought another. That changed when I began using Rod’s Royal Treatment Lip Balm because from the very first application, I knew things would never be the same.

Rod’s Royal Treatment Lip Balm is simply amazing. What impresses me is that it doesn’t leave my lips feeling heavy or coated. Guys don’t want shiny or greasy lips. We want them protected without everyone knowing we’re wearing something. You’ll find that here and more. Made with sunflower seed oil and castor oil, which are known for nourishing lips, it also contains SPF 15. Every time I’ve used it, I’m left wondering whether I applied anything. That’s how fast it begins to work its magic.

If you’re experiencing chapped lips, remember to increase your intake of water. The skin on the lips is thin and while we layer up in the winter, they are exposed to the elements. The extra hydration will return to your body the moisture that winter robs us of. Lastly, licking your lips provides momentary relief but only exacerbates the issue. Protect them stealthily with Rod’s Royal Treatment Lip Balm.

Rod’s Royal Treatment Lip Balm – $4

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2 responses to “Royal Treatment

  1. Never heard of this lip balm before. However, it sounds very interesting. Most lip balms are very heavy and feels like you have a thick coating of thick beeswax on your lips. This can become extremely annoying over the course of a few hours. Afterwhich I cannot resist the urge to scrape my lips with whatever I have available be it the back of my hands, shirt, tissue or napkin. Maybe the lip balm is doing a beneficial thing by exfoliating my lips by sloughing off all the dead skin cells. Great thing but so irritating. where can you purchase the royal lip balm?

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