I have tried a lot of different lip balms in the past few years, and this is by far, my favorite lip balm in the whole world.
Now, I know everyone has different tastes when it comes to lip balm, so not everyone is going to like this as much as I do. But for only $3.00 a tube, it’s definitely worth trying.
I have about 10 tubes of this stuff. You can find lip balm or chap stick, just about anywhere in my house. Next to the bed, next to the computer, on top of the TV, in a drawer in the kitchen, in my coat pocket, in the bathroom, in the basket on the coffee table, and I’ve even found one sitting in my shoe before. I am addicted to lip balm, and this one in particular.
Burt’s Bees explains why their lip balm works:
This is our most popular product of all. It’s packed with protective ingredients such as ultra emollient lanolin and almond oil to help soothe cracked or chapped lips. You can use it on healthy lips for a little peppermint tingle. You may want to keep one in your pocket, one in your desk and one in your car. Soon, you’ll hold them close to your heart. They’re available in the old-fashioned yellow tin or in a post-consumer recycled plastic tube. (.30 oz. tin, .15 oz. tube)
Apply balm liberally to lips as often as needed, particularly in dry, cold or windy conditions.
It can also be found in places like Walgreens, CVS, Hannaford, Wal Mart, and your local health food store.