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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.
Personally I don't really see the difference between this lip balm and other lip balms in terms of effectiveness. Yes, it tingles when you apply it, but in terms of efficacy. I haven't noticed a difference. I think if they could offer something like stays on even when you eat (which it definitely does not), then it could be cool but I can't justify the added price without something added like that.3
Great flavor and application. Not significantly better than something you'd purchase at a drug store though. The price point is fairly high3
This lip balm is okay, but honestly is not worth the price. It smells and feels decent, but I don't find it better than Burt's Bees or some of the other CVS-esque lip balms.3
Lucky Tiger smells fantastic, no doubt about that, but I don't find it to be very effective. After using it, my lips feel momentarily better, but, even after using it continually for weeks, I don't think it has really made a difference.3
I live in a very dry climate with plenty of sun. I need to wear lip balm to protect my lips from the climate. I liked this product at first but after prolonged use, I find that my lips become dependent on it.3
This product smells nice, but I am not sure that it works as well as Carmex on chapped lips. I would stick to Carmex and save a few bucks.3
Nice minty feel but doesn't seem to last on moisture like other brands do. I usually switch it from my regular chapstick or blixstix every few days. Sticking to the strong stuff to fight the worst of chapped lips, but Lucky Tiger is good enough for mild use during warmer weather.3
This is a good lip balm that seems to work very well; however, it does not seem to work significantly better than other balms on the market and those are significantly less expensive.3
Decent product. It's just overpriced compared to very similar products.3
My lips were dry shortly after using it. It was way to minty for me.3