maybe i just got sold on their advertising... but i found and use a product called "snout soother". is made by a company called natural dog company. you can google them to find and read about product.
the other suggestions made by others may work just as well... i just never tried them so don't have experience. the "snout soother" definitely works though... one of my guys has a really bad dry nose. this helps it, but it doesn't permanently fix it. you have to keep applying. probably would have to do the same with any moisturizing product. i do a few dabs and rub all over his nose every 2-3 days, but had to do more frequently in the beginning.
if anyone knows a permanent fix i'm all ears as well !
I've had (slow) success using "Musher's Secret" on Spike's nose. It's a balm meant for a dog's foot pads, but it's also safe for their nose.
It's a wax-based balm, IIRC. You don't need a whole lot per application and it's much less "goopy" than Vaseline. Since it's meant to be applied with your fingers, I feel that it's less annoying, for the dog, for you to apply it vs. some of the "harder" Chap-Stick style remedies.
My dog's nose was also dry and crusty and I also use Burt bees nose cream but this is really slow then I use Dry Dog Nose Bal from Puppington and this works very fast and effectively now my dog's nose is right, you can also check that balm.