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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.
Good stuff, but not sure where birchbox gets its price from- can buy for a lot cheaper elsewhere4
Nice lip balm. Minty and effective. I will purchase this soon.4
Very nice smelling lip stuff that has a nice minty taste. Six dollars also seems like a good deal.5
I've been a Burts fan for a long time, this product is slightly more oily, but seems to go on a little smoother, the peppermint isn't too overwhelming.5
Love this product! I never feel like I need to reapply after putting it on in the morning!4
So far, so good. Works better than the pharmacy products (instantly moisturizes my lips) and smells great. If I can manage not to lose it, I'll definitely splurge and buy another (I don't want to spend the extra money on something I easily lose).5
I nornmally use the same lip balm all the time this was a nice change for once from the mundane4
As a lip balm it's excellent, performs much better than brands like chapstick. I prefer the taste of a specific flavor of lip balm of another brand, but this stuff wasn't half bad. It has a peppermint taste, which sort of wakes you up.4
This lip balm as they call it, is a good solution to dry lips. It is unique in its texture in that it is not as waxy as other chapsticks, and it seems to last quite a bit longer as well. I would definitely recommend this product. Like the smell as well.4
This stick literally repaired my chapped, dry lips over the course of using it for 2 days. I've been loyal to a similar product for years. Although it has the same smell, flavor, and tingling sensation, it has never actually repaired my lips as fast as this one. My lips only chap once a year, so I am not purchasing chap stick often but the next time I need to I will be looking for this one5