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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.
Perhaps, in the copy accompanying this item, they simply meant to say "without resorting to SYNTHETIC harsh chemicals." Because, this item does actually use very harsh chemicals with the mint. The mint, though natural, is still a chemical, and it's one of the worst. Anything, regardless of whether it's derived from nature or synthesized in a lab, that makes any part of you tingle, should never be used again. That tingling sensation that many consumers traditionally think of as a product of the item "working" is, in fact, just a byproduct of your skin becoming irritated. Mint, camphor, Eucalyptus, any of those things that variously make your skin burn or sting, are first and foremost skin-irritants. And irritated skin is more prone to redness, blemishes, and discoloration. AND it ages faster. So, if a tingle is what you need, by all means buy. The rest of us will trust we don't need to irritate our skin to prove something.1
Having read the reviews I was hoping to get something solid with this one. However, what I got was something borderline unbearable for me. I didn't find it to be a "minty pop" at all but rather a harsh and unappealing smell/application. I didn't care for the smell nor the feel on my lips. I used this product once to find out how much I disliked it, a second time to confirm, then one final time in a pinch before tossing it.1
I have another type of beeswax chapstick that I already use, and I've got to say that I prefer it. I normally apply chapstick once or twice per day, but this brand made my lips burn. It smelled and felt nice, but I found that it wore off pretty quickly and seemed to be addictive. I gave it to my friend, though, and she seemed to like it well enough.1
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.1
I don't use lip balm but my wife took it and likes it.1
While I did like the fact that it wasn't greasy and didn't make me look like I was wearing lip gloss, unfortunately I am allergic to one of the ingredients. After a couple of days my lips started burning and cracking. It was painful.2
This is pretty generic lip balm. It did not offer any soothing agents or long term moisturizers. It is basic. Not something I would purchase.2
This balm dried out about as fast as my lips do. It worked great for the first few weeks, but it was all down hill from there.2
I really wanted to like this, and my first impression was good. Unfortunately, it doesn't stay on very long and it is very soft. Then again, I've used the same brand for ten years so it'll take something really special to get me to switch.2
I do not like chapstick/lip balm that much. I also did not like the taste. It did smooth my lips somewhat, but i did not use it that often tho.2