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You’re already well aware that organic fruits and vegetables are crucial to a healthy diet, but did you know that they can also be key to a great grooming routine? This produce-packed balm is the equivalent of a farm-fresh salad for your lips: It contains a host of all-natural ingredients that nourish, revitalize, and invigorate on contact.
I was a bit worried when I saw the carrots on the side of this lip butter, but to my relief it was a nice mint. Doesn't leave a shine on your lips or make me feel like I'm wearing lipstick like some other balms. I will continue to use this product.3
I'm a Burt's Bees fan and like the kick that has, this lasts quite awhile, but no kick. I don't know that I would buy this, but I will use it until its gone!3
Although I found the mint to be very refreshing, I do not use lip balm often enough to prefer this over something I already have.3
Love that this is all natural. The peppermint is a little strong for me, but overall would use this over chemical chap sticks that make you dependent.3
This product is nice. Ive used say yes to carrots before; but never the lip balm. It was nice, a little more oily than Burts Bees but more affordable.3
I like the idea of this product: it is made with ecofriendly-materials, and is an all-natural product. That being said, I received a simliar product with much better results: the Lucky Tiger peppermint lip balm. This product lacks the scent, feel, and consistency that I've come to expect with the previous product.3
Works really well. Good scent. If you like the mint smell than it is great. If not, than the smell might turn you away.3
I had no real problems with the lip butter. My lips definitely get chapped easily but I didn't find this product any more special than anything else I've used.3
Does the job and if you like minty chap stick then you might like this.3
This product is fine--I have used the Yes to.. stuff in the past.. The make a quality product, but I prefer to stick with the medicated chapstick--it has been my go to balm for the last 15 years or so, and is available everywhere, inexpensive, and works very well.3