Smith & Chang Lip Balm

This rugged herbal lip balm is about as far as any lip product can get from shiny, sticky gloss. The fresh-scented salve is soft and even a little chunky thanks to natural ingredients like cocoa butter and sweet almond oil. Together they work to keep lips smooth, hydrated, and protected through the toughest chapping conditions.

Smith & Chang Lip Balm
4.2 out of 5 stars, based on 120 Reviews 120 Reviews
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Love The Branding & Packaging... But That's About It
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The product itself doesn't do much for me. I have some big lips, and I rely on a chapstick that does the job. I found the consistency of this particular product too... thick. It just didn't seem to apply to my lips effectively.

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didn't like this one
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Didn't like the scent. Didn't like the taste. Gave it to my wife, and she thought it was great. She can have it.

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too soft
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It is to soft and just crushes when you use it -- burts bees works better and costs half the price

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How much lip balm can a person use?
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I feel like I get a chapstick every other month. Even if I DID use chapstick, I can't fathom needing that much lip balm. Additionally, no one needs a $7 lip balm. While this product smells nice and has a good texture, chapstick is chapstick, and ChapStick, Burt's Bees, and Carmex have nailed it, and for a much cheaper price. Pass.

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did not love this
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the consistency of the lip balm leaves little pieces on my lips and I end up wiping most of it off as a result. I do like the scent though.

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Not for Me
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Opening this up and trying it for the first time, it went okay at first. Went on a little greasy, and with a slight tingle. Pretty high-end scent. This turned into buzzing, then throbbing. Unreadable on the packaging, but now apparent on the product page, it contains almonds; which I am allergic to.

Not Birchbox's fault, but would have been nice to know beforehand, like on the packaging. Besides the slight greasy texture to it, it seems like a pretty luxe product! Just not for those with tree nut allergies like myself.

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So many lip balms, why this one?
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I already have so many to choose from, what makes this one different? Plus, it's kind of expensive...

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okay lip balm; texture a little strange
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fine product, but not remarkable for me. try it for yourself, but this product is not going to make its way into my routine full time.

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Just OK

I prefer the "Yes to" brand lip balm I received in another Birchbox subscription. This is just OK to me, I don't particularly like the citrus scent. I prefer the minty kinds. It dried out kinda quick on my lips.

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Meh

While I do enjoy the scent of the lip balm, it seems to be always slightly melted, and sticky to put on. Just trying to barely touch it to my lips leaves a large glob that I then have to try to spread out with my finger. Other brands don't seem to have this problem when used in the same manner as this one.

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