Mamamia’s Managing Editor Lana writes: Zoe Foster is back! And this time, she’s live. Sort of.

We know how many questions you have and so Zoe is going to try and answer some of them. She gave us a couple of the answers up front, they were “reindeer”; “567”; “never” and “only on a Tuesday”. But we knew they wouldn’t make much sense to you because they made absolutely no sense to us, so last week we asked readers on our Facebook page to come up with their own questions (ones that wouldn’t have answers like “reindeer”), and Zoe chose a couple of question to answer on video.

Today’s question comes from Lauren Hesp who wrote: “Zoe, the women need The Perfect Lipbalm! I capitalise that intentionally… Oh won’t you help the women? Think of the women Zoe! The women with their dry chapped lips who cannot find The Perfect Lipbalm in all the department stores and all the chemists in all the country. Think of the women!”

Over to you Zoe.

And in case you can’t watch the video, here are Zoe’s picks (and links to buy):

Suvana pawpaw and honey certified organic balm, $8.95 (you can get it here)

EOS Lip Balm Smooth Sphere, $6.35 (which you can get here)

Dermalogica Renewal Lip Complex, $49 (get it here)

Joe Malone Vitamin E Lip Conditioner SPF 15, $60 (which you can find here)

Have you found the perfect lip balm for yourself? One that you love? Can’t live without?

Amazing face 380x476 The perfect lip balm. And a reindeer

Zoe's amazing book, Amazing Face

Zoe is an author and columnist and Contributing Editor for Mamamia. She has previously been the beauty director for both Cosmopolitan and Harper’s BAZAAR magazines, and the Editor at Large of Zoe has published four books; Air Kisses, Textbook Romance (which she wrote with Hamish Blake), Playing The Field and Amazing Face. You can follow Zoe’s tumblr here and her Twitter here. You can and should buy Amazing Face here.

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