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Top Vegan Friendly Lip Balms.

As the weather turns colder, we all know that it's that dreaded time of year- chapped lip season. Keeping your lips hydrated is a daily battle, especially when the chillier months are doing their best to leave your lips flaky AF.

Finding a lip balm that actually works is hard enough, especially if you're after a vegan friendly option. But, don't worry, we've done the research so you don't have to. Here are our top 8 vegan lip balms that will keep your lips moisturised over the colder months...

Dr. PawPaw Shea Butter Balm- £4.95

Dr. PAWPAW Shea Butter Multipurpose Balm 10ml | ASOS

Dr. Pawpaw is a cult fave when it comes to lip care and it's mega affordable too. Their award winning formula is packed with pawpaw (papaya) fruit and Shea butter, two super moisturising ingredients that will help you get rid of those stubborn flakes. Plus, it can be used on your cuticles, skin and hair ends too- talk about a multi-tasker. 

The Body Shop Kiwi, Kale and Watermelon Lip Juicer- £7

Vegan Lip Juicers for Dry Skin | The Body Shop® Australia

The Body Shop is known for it's high quality, nature friendly products and this lip balm is no exception. This lip juicer is super hydrating and tastes good enough to eat- the whole range is smoothie inspired. It's unique shape makes it easy to apply and you can collect the full, fruity range too.

Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula Lip Balm- £2.50

Palmer'S Coconut Oil Formula Lip Balm 4G | PrettyLittleThing

SPF in your lip balm? Yes please. Palmers have pulled it out the bag with this nourishing, ethically and sustainably soured coconut oil based lip balm- it keeps lips protected against chapping, cracking and environmental damage. It's also SUPER affordable, which is a win in our eyes.

Fruu Cherry Lip Balm- £3

Cherry lip balm

This buttery lip balm comes in a whole range of flavours, but it's the cherry one that has our hearts. It's cruelty free, plus it's made sustainably with real cherry, coconut, mango and aloe vera. We also love that it's a UK based business that creates natural based cosmetics.

Beauty Kitchen Natruline Vegan- £2.99

Beauty Kitchen Natruline Review | abillion

Love Vaseline but looking for a more sustainable, vegan-friendly option? Beauty Kitchen has created Natruline Vegan, which is the ultimate alternative to the lip saving classic. With 0% petroleum, this natural formula is scientifically proven to moisturise and protect the lips for up to 8 hours by creating a barrier over the lips.

Hurraw Coconut Lip balm- £4.99

Buy Lip Balm Coconut Fresh Creamy Hurraw!

Hurraw have a whole range of lip balms that have a LOT going for them. Not only are they vegan, they're certified organic and made using cold pressed oils, plus they're soy free and palm free. The coconut scent is heavenly too- it's like a holiday in a balm.

Face Theory Lipabalm Bioactive Lip Balm- £10.99

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This lip balm is made with raspberry seed oil and Shea butter, making it as tasty as it is moisturising. It contains the succinate of Vitamin E, which stimulates the skin renewal process and protects against moisture loss, plus it's also free from parabens, silicones, SLS and SLES. Oh, and it's cruelty free, too. Phew, what a list of credentials.

Biossance Squalene and Rose Vegan Lip Balm- £14

Shop Biossance Squalane + Rose Vegan Lip Balm for Plumper Lips | InStyle

Whilst it may be on the pricier end of the scale, this lip balm is well worth the investment. These ultra hydrating ingredients leave your lips feeling nourished and plump, resulting in a moisturised pout that has hydration locked down. Not to mention the fact that the packaging is great, too- it's carbon neutral and FSC certified, plus the tube version is made from 100% renewable sugarcane.

Looking for a moisturising skin hero for the rest of your body? Check out our Super Rich Shea Butter Soap Bar bundles here.