Rosie Huntington-Whiteley swears by this Aussie lip balm

“Go snag one”

Beauty Crew Beauty Writer / July 04 2018

Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is not just the ultimate hair/skin/whole face goals, but she’s also become everyone’s new go-to for all things beauty (apart from us, of course).  

Since the launch of her website Rose Inc., we’ve been absolutely frothing over her product recommendations, insider makeup tips and nifty tutorials.

In a recent post, Rosie revealed one of her Holy Grail lip balms that, “you can use absolutely everywhere” - and we’re just a little bit proud because it’s actually an Aussie product that’s probably already hanging out in your handbag.

Any guesses?

Lanolin is having a well-earned moment. @lanolips 101 ointment is our holy grail for dry lips this summer. And cuticles, and rough patches, and, the list goes on. Go on and snag one. #roseinc #RIheroproduct
Lanolin is having a well-earned moment. @lanolips 101 ointment is our holy grail for dry lips this summer. And cuticles, and rough patches, and, the list goes on. Go on and snag one. #roseinc #RIheroproduct

It’s Lanolips 101 Ointment Multipurpose Superbalm! This little guy is a must-have in anyone’s makeup kit. It’s the most restorative balm for everywhere and anywhere, and doubles as a great gloss. But you don’t just take our word for it, it seems Rosie is actually a MAJOR fan!

She wrote, “It’s okay to follow the herd…if the herd has good skin. Lanolin is back in a big way, and with good reason. This ultra-pure formula isn't smothering or heavy, as some balms tend to be. (You know the kind: feels good when it’s on, but when it fades, your lips are back to the surface of Mars.) 

We know the feels, Rosie.

“So why lanolin? It can hold up to 400 times its weight in water, for one thing. Dab this blend on all you’ve got from lips to nips—and anything in between—for some serious, lasting hydration. Because every little lamb deserves a little TLC.”

Rosie explained how the balm actually creates a barrier that traps moisture, yet still enables your skin to breathe. She went on to share how she uses it for an extra boost of hydration on her lips and cuticles, “Dab a little on your lips in the evening, then rub the excess into your cuticles for smoother mitts in the morning.”

Want to check out some other proud Aussie beauty brands? Here are 5 natural beauty brands you probably didn’t now were Australian.

What do you think of Lanolips? Have you tried this little multi-tasker before? Let us know in the comment section below.

Main image credit: Getty

Erin Docherty is a Beauty Writer for BEAUTYcrew and a Grooming Writer for Men's Health magazine. She has a keen interest in cosmeceutical skin care and is currently working on minimising her 9-step skin care routine – because ain’t nobody got time for that. When she’s not writing about the latest beauty news, or applying copious amounts of serum, you can find her spending all her money in Sephora.