If there's one beauty product I can't live without is lip balm. In fact, I have a pretty chronic case of chapped lips. Embarrassing--I know! But before you get all grossed out and judge-y, I'd like to let you in on a little something' something.' As dry-prone as my pout may be, not a soul can tell.  Why? Well, because I apply lip balm like it's my job--no joke! Before my lips even have a second to absorb the formula I'm already reapplying. Oh, and that's not the only place where I apply it. This beauty basic soothes and smooths a lot more of my body parts if you catch my drift. Get your mind out of the gutter and find out what I mean!

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Okay, so we all know lips balms are meant to go on your lips. That's a given, right? But if you're not using it on the rest of your body you're seriously missing out. Hear me out for a second. A good lip balm, like my cult favorite--Smith's Rosebud Salve--does more than just hydrated a chapped pout. This intensely moisturizing and non-sticky formula conditions, soothes and even heals skin. It's so versatile you can dab some on your lips, elbows, knees and even hands. You'd be surprised what else you can do with it. Here are 10 genius ways to use lip balm this winter!

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Groom your brows 1

Groom your brows

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Out of brow gel? Don't stress! All you need is a lip balm on hand. Just dab a little along your brows before brushing them in place. Make sure you use a non-sticky formula.

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For dry cuticles 2

For dry cuticles

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I love massaging a little bit of petroleum jelly on my cuticles before bed. But if I'm out and about, I just dap on some lip balm.

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Hydrate hands 3

Hydrate hands

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The same goes for dry and creaked hands. It doesn't just moisturize, it also helps soothe those irritated areas.

For ashy knees 4

For ashy knees

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Nothing looks worse than a pair of ashy knees. I'm not suggesting you carry cocoa butter in your purse. A small amount of lip balm will do.

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For flyaway hairs 5

For flyaway hairs

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A non-sticky lip balm helps tame flyaway hairs in seconds--seriously!

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Sooth eyes 6

Sooth eyes

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If my eyes look puffy mid-day, I dab a little bit of lip balm on my undereye area. It makes me look wide awake and refreshed.

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For ashy elbows 7

For ashy elbows

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Yes, the same way you can use this stuff on your knees, you can apply to your ashy elbows.

Remove eye makeup 8

Remove eye makeup

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Whenever I'm out and I need to remove my makeup, I dab some lip balm on a piece of tissue paper then apply it to my face and lashes. It works every time!

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Diaper rash 9

Diaper rash

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You can totally use this on your baby if they get a diaper rash. How cool is that?

Dry knuckles 10

Dry knuckles

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I like rubbing lip balm on into my dry knuckles during the winter.