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You shouldn’t have to keep a stiff upper lip when it comes to lip balms. There’s no need to settle for goopy petroleum jelly-based common drugstore sticks when there are much better options for a pleasant and soothing pucker. Lucky Tiger's all-natural peppermint Lip Balm protects chapped lips without resorting to harsh chemicals that may do more harm than good. You'll feel even better knowing the minty pop is made from organic ingredients, so you can save your lips and the world all in one go.
Feels amazingly smooth at first and has that tingle which is nice, but over the course of two days my lips ended up so dry they cracked when I smiled. Peppermint oil isn't good for your skin, especially not on your lips.
I don't use lip balm but my wife took it and likes it.
One the list of my favorite lip balms, this is probably tied for 4th.
I typically use Natural Ice (not the beer!) chapstick. For some reason it is hard to get on the East Coast, but they have it on Amazon. I tried using this after I got it in my Birchbox, but I found it a little too oily, and my lips felt drier afterwards. Also the stick expanded a little too easily in my pocket so it smooshed against the cap. Needs a little more friction in the mechanism.
just ok. hard to find difference and excitement in lip balm
I'm not a peppermint guy. This stuff has a nice feel to it but I wouldn't wear it regularly because I can't stand the flavor.
There are similar products that are easier to find at just about every drug and grocery store in the country that are cheaper and longer lasting. It does what it says, there are just better options out there
too oily and too minty. I like the Kiehls lip balm much much better and that one has an SPF. Could not tell if this one does or not.
As far as a lipbalm goes, it's just like any other. I didn't see where this stood out.
It's just Chapstick. No frills and not worth the time.