August 28 2014

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The Full Lip Service


After two delays, one layover, and just barely escaping the air travel cancellations that followed that post-Christmas snowstorm in the Midwest (deepest sympathies to everyone waiting in that endless customer service line at Denver International), I got back to New York last week just in time for the city’s latest cold snap. The combination of in-flight dehydration and bitter temperatures left my lips in a state of disrepair, requiring action that I often overlook when it comes to my beauty regimen: mouth maintenance. As a firm believer in less-is-more, I’ve always been a lip balm-and-go kind of girl. No fancy primers or glosses for me, thanks. Give me an emollient tube of Kiehl’s or a stick of Burt’s Bees and I’m golden. Occasionally though, exfoliation is necessary to keep your pout in smooth, soft condition. Sara Happ’s certified organic Lip Scrub comes in handy at times like these, with six decadent flavors (Crème Brûlée, anyone?) to help you luxuriously work your way back to a supple smile. Bonus tip: With its sweet almond, jojoba, and macadamia nut oil formula, Happ’s new Lip Slip makes for a welcome post-scrubbing treat.

Photo: Courtesy of Sara Happ



  1. LizGizmo says:

    Oh this is great, I have never seen scrub for your lips before. Every harsh winter season I seem to cycle thru a myriad of products, keeping a tube of this or a cube of that in every jacket/sleeve pocket. Always misplacing my favorite lip gloss plump by L’Bel Paris, who I promote.

    And yes I am signing up for the Less-is-More mantra this year! Peace and HNY Liz

  2. NotMod says:

    Crème Brûlée?!
    How’s one to refrain from biting their lips, then?

    Not quite joking: my current scrub & balm pair are cocoa-butter based. They sure do the job, but it feels fairly odd having a pantry scent applied on the lips in an inedible format.

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