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We’ve been known to squirrel away a ChapStick® or two in every conceivable hiding place, so we’re never caught without. But there are times when we can’t easily reapply. (While skiing, for example, it’s much more important that our hands hold the poles.) That’s why we’re in love with this new innovation from ChapStick®. Clinically proven to hydrate lips, the eight-hour balm also comes packed with antioxidant CoQ10 and healing vitamin E. With just one swipe, our pout can withstand an entire day on the slopes (or at a desk, dreaming of said adventures).
Great product, continued to purchase and use again5
I liked how this made my lips feel but it did not protect form chapped lips. I liked how silky it was but it did not give protection or strengthen my lips.4
This product is fine. It's neither a great lip balm not a terrible one. It does the job, but I wouldn't go out of my way to buy it.3
Very smooth and didn't need to reapply constantly.5
Great long lasting formula. Very moisturizing. Lasts forever!5
I am already a Burt's Bees/Carmex fan so this was just not very exciting. My lips didn't feel more hydrated after using it for a week. It's more of a creamy formula more so than waxy.3
Love that this has SPF in it. It also smells great and makes your lips super soft5
I'm sorry to see that this product has been discontinued by Birchbox. It was a two-for-one lip balm that had the most incredible organic vanilla scent!! It reminded me of aromatherapy... I always applied it before bed and woke up with the softest, most kissable pout!5
I really like this product! I use it all the time, and I highly recommend it to others!5
Every time I applied this, I ended up feeling like I had applied it all over my throat. The taste is basically non-existent, which I like, but the product doesn't seem to stay on. I had to reapply way more than anything else I use and it didn't seem to work well at all.1