About (taken from website): ChapStick is a brand name of lip balm manufactured by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare and used in many countries worldwide. It is intended to help treat and prevent chapped lips, hence the name. Many varieties also include sunscreen in order to prevent sunburn. Due to its popularity, the term has become a genericized trademark. It popularly refers to any lip balm contained in a lipstick-style tube and applied in the same manner as lipstick. However, the term is still a registered trademark, with rights exclusively owned by Pfizer. In Sweden and in the United Kingdom, the product’s main competitor isLypsyl, made by Novartis Consumer Health and distributed in similar packaging to ChapStick.
Everyone knows ChapStick, everyone wears ChapStick, so why not make a new 3 in 1 lip care? We received three different flavors of ChapStick Total Hydration to try out. I tried out the Sweet Peach flavor and I absolutely love it. The first time I put it on, I thought it was going to be like every other ChapStick I’ve tried. With this one, my lips felt more hydrated and the ChapStick didn’t stick together and glob up on my lips.
We also got two other flavors, Soothing Oasis and Luscious Lemon. With those two, we tried them and loved them just as much as the Peach. We absolutely love ChapStick when it’s getting to be colder outside so our lips chap easier so having ChapStick that that will hydrate our lips helps a lot. This type of ChapStick is only available at Target! It is very new; It came out in October! Since it is so close to Christmas, this ChapStick would be a great stocking stuffer for all ages! We know how cold it gets on Christmas in most places, so chapped lips are bound to happen. Total Hydration ChapStick would be perfect for those cold days.
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