Neosporin Lip Health 3-Day Challenge

I'm a lip picker. I'll admit it. Since I became pregnant and can no longer breathe through my nose at night, my lips have become uber dry and a little gross. I started using all kinds of remedies to get them back to their usual softness, but I HATE the feeling of greasy globby stuff (and most products leave my lips feeling sticky, not smooth.)

I recently took the Neosporin Lip Health 3-day Challenge, and it was super easy to get the results. I used the Lip Health Daily Hydration Therapy during the day and the Lip Health Overnight Renewal Therapy at night. Both didn't have a nasty flavor, like some "medicated" creams, and I loved that the day stuff had a built-in sun protection. Both soaked in well and didn't leave me with a greasy coating that would repel my hubby from kissing me (he hates lipstick, gloss, and the like.)

After 3 days, I can honestly say that my lips feel normal -- even better than my personal "normal." Stashed in my purse, the day product is easy to get to when I need a little extra hydration or when I'm headed out into the sun. I just slap on a little of the night stuff after I brush my teeth at night, and I'm set! Easy-peasy.

While the stuff is a bit more pricey than a tube of your standby lip goop, it's worth it -- in my opinion. Visit the Neosporin website for details and a valuable money-saving coupon!

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Neosporin and received a sample of the Lip Health Overnight Renewal Therapy and the Lip Health Daily Hydration Therapy to facilitate my review and a $20 thank-you gift certificate


  1. Walgreens had these on sale last month, plus a register reward when you purchased two. I was able to get 4 free, plus I made a little money by using the coupons! I haven't had the chance to try it yet, but I've read only good things about it.

  2. I know! I read about the Register Reward promotion but didn't get a chance to print out the high value ($3 off) coupons in time. I ended up getting the regular Neosporin cream for our first aid kit instead. This was a brilliant way for people to be able to try it who wouldn't otherwise feel comfortable taking the chance. Thanks for commenting!!

  3. It seems like I'm *seeing* you everywhere these magazine articles. I can't remember which magazine it was, but there were pictures of you and your family on the farm. Cool! I'm about an hour or so northwest of you, so it's neat to see a Nebraska gal mentioned in so many places. Keep up the good work!

  4. Thanks! Yes, we were just featured in All You magazine... it's been great hearing from Nebraskans who have reached out since it was published. Go Big Red!!


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