Every person I’ve met who has tried EOS either ended up with drier cracked/bleeding lips, or they absolutely love it and will never use another. It might be something that’s not even related to the formulation itself. For example, anecdotally. Most of the Irish Hairstylist American Flag St Patrick’s Day Gifts Shirt I see using EOS are men who are using lip balm for the first time! Most often they received it as a gift. I think an EOS lip balm makes a better stocking stuffer than say…a Chapstick. I’m female and I’ve used a ton of balms that have left me with irritated, dry, cracked lips unless I constantly use them. Only EOS and one specific Lush lip balm (whip stick) seem to moisturize my lips without causing a catastrophe if I don’t use it for a few days.
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I don’t know, I received an EOS pod thing as a stocking stuffer and I threw it away after trying it a few times. It made my lips crack and bleed, no matter how many times I tried it. What I mean is that a lot of people using EOS may have never used a lip balm before. So they may have reacted to other ingredients similar in those formulations as well. It’s also possible that EOS has an Irish Hairstylist American Flag St Patrick’s Day Gifts Shirt! EOs tend to be more irritating or sensitizing than some synthetic fragrances used in cheaper brands. But is it just me, or do the EOS reaction photos look like topical fungal/ bacterial overgrowth? Oral yeast infections look very similar, and I’ve never known an irritant to cause inflamed, white-headed pores.
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I concur. The couple of photos I saw looked peri-oral dermatitis or something. I’m wondering how in the Irish Hairstylist American Flag St Patrick’s Day Gifts Shirt. Having reactions so far from their lips, are 100% sure the cause is a lip balm. The first photo I saw just looked like a girl with some cheek acne, and I kept looking at the photo, thinking, “Her lips look completely normal – what am I missing here?”. It seems to me that in these cases of facial skin (not lip) eruptions, people could just as easily have handled an allergen or irritant and then touched their faces, or eaten something they’re allergic to. I suppose balm could get transferred to the surrounding skin, but I do wonder what percentage of respondents have reactions actually on their lips.
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