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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.
I got this as a sample in my box and it is great. The texture is nice and soft, not rock hard like some can be. The mint is nice and smells good and leaves a tingly feeling. The balm left my lips feeling moisturized for hours.4
I like it but it not different than other balms for the price4
I am a lip balm fiend and this stuff smells manly so it works for me!4
Works well on my chapped lips. Has a nice smell. Would def recommend to others.5
It's lip balm, and they are a dome a dozen. Personally I prefer Burt's bees mango lip balm to this.3
This chapstick is truly awesome! I forgot I had put it on and it seriously lasted for over 4 hours!!!5
I actually just ran out of my last sample of lip balm so this came in perfect time. I really like this sample.5
A bit pricey for lip balm but the smell is fine...don't think I will purchase but happy to try it through birchbox.3
I really like how this product went on and didn't feel greasy like so many of the other lip balms out there do. It has a really nice smell to it as well.4
This is pretty similar to Burt's Bees with its peppermint oil flavor but what makes it slightly different in comparison is the hint of rosemary. The peppermint is the first thing you notice but the rosemary is a great addition. Texture is ok, I prefer my lip balm in a tin instead of a stick since I live in the south where it can get hot and putting a stick in your pocket during the summer months is not a good idea. Melts quickly and tends to clump up in the cap.4