Unlisted Brand • chicken poop • Lip Treatments
|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Oh how I could rant! The reviewer below me nailed it! I don't mind fragrance in my products at all. Seriously. But omg!! I think it was intended to be lavender scented but it doesn't come out that way. Just smells like dirty grass or something. And for my lips? Why?! The formula isn't the worst I've ever put on my lips but I couldn't tolerate it long enough to leave it there. I have 4 kids and tried to pawn this off on each one of them. Even they refused it! You know when I can't give it to boys with the name Chicken Poop on the package it must be bad!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Blue
OK.... so chicken poop! Well it is 100% natural and the ingredients do give off great benefits, so what i loved was that it makes your lips feel amazingly silky and its not thick like it doesn't feel waxy, it feels very refreshing! and it even gives your lips a subtle shine. what i didnt like was the smell which was very herbal due to the lavender essential oil but it fades eventually, probably the only thing i didn't like about this product other than that its pretty great!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I absolutely love the name and the product. It's all natural and I love the lavender scent to it. It took me forever to locate this stuff in Northern NY and I finally found it. It does the job of keeping constantly chapped lips happy. My daughter loves saying that she's putting Chicken Poop on and laughs. It's cute really and glad she likes this stuff instead of straight up vaseline.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This is all natural-and the only lip balm I use (besides Fresh Sugar Rose, amazing but expensive). I have several for fear I will run out or not have one when needed. They are in my purse, gym bag, desk, bathroom, kitchen. It isn't too shiny so guys can use it too. Lipstick/lipgloss goes over it very nicely.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
Chicken Poop Lip Balm is the best.stuff.ever. in the $2-$3 price range. It's not waxy like Chapstick, it's not greasy like Vaseline and it's not shiny like Jack Black so boys won't think it's "too girly" for them. It moisturizes and protects beautifully. It has no taste and once applied has no scent (in the tube it has a lavender scent). Use it under a richly pigmented lipstick to sheer out the color. Use it on bare lips before bed and awake to smooth, soft, kissable lips. Keep one in your purse and one on your nightstand. Drugstore dot com has this at a great price (around two dollars and fifty cents). Everyone should use this... including you!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
My friend gave me this as a joke. At first, I was a little confused. Chicken poop in a tube? But then I realized it was just a lip-balm, and there was absolutely no chicken poop that went into the making of this. (Thank-god). As for the lip-balm, I found it to be average. I wasn't so fond of the medicine-like scent which is good because it contains natural oils such as soy, jojoba, sweet orange, lavender and beeswax. It doesn't "sink-in" like other lip-balms do that leave me with softer lips. This tends to sit like a layer and doesn't feel like it does much for me. I wouldn't say it dried out my lips further though, just felt uncomfortable because it feels a little waxy from the beeswax. I could have done without it but it's fun to pull out in front of your friends and see weird/mixed reactions when they read the word "chicken poop" on the tube.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I bought this almost completely by the name alone. When I received this in my monthly Drugstone.com order, I was impressed by the ingredients. Avocado oil is the first and orange oil is the last... I like the subtle orange scent. This is a lip balm and looks like it when you put it on. It leaves a slight white cast on the lip so if you are a "rough and ready" lip balm user that applys 'round and 'round on the lips like it's gonna be invisible, then this stuff isn't for you. My son put some on at daughter's rugby game yesterday and I had to clean up around his mouth a bit as he looked like a clown with white-face on. However, THIS STUFF WORKS! It has great moisturizing capabiities and it causes a sloughing reaction on my lips so that the dead skin is coming off and the renewed, pretty lip is left. Lips look restored after using this product. I am wearing Frosted Apricot E.L. lipstick today and you must have perfectly soft lips for it, or you will see every clump of dry skin on your lips--this stuff has made them as smooth as ever. A fun lip balm to give your guy for the golf course or hunting trails. Just remind him not to use it with too much abandon.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I am LOVING this stuff. I've always had very dry, flaky lips, and I have tried so many moisturizing things to keep them flake free. Turns out, it's due to the germs in my mouth that my lips were so dry. Apparently 1 out of every 3 people gets this. Therefore my doctor recommended that I start using lip products with antibacterial properties. I used Neosporin, and that worked great, but I didn't like having those ingredients that close to being swallowed. I bought the tin version of Smith's Rosebud Salve, and added a few drops of tea tree and lavender essential oil. Again, worked, but I had to go through the mess and hassle of melting it, adding the oil, then re-solidifying it. My birthmom got be some of this as a stocking stuffer and I was immediately drawn to it because of the lack of ingredients and the inclusion of ones like orange and lavender essential oils (both antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral). It worked wonders for me. Soft, clean, flake-free lips! I personally don't mind the smell since I use lots of essential oils in my homemade cleaning products (including orange and lavender). So I guess I'm used to it, or at least partial compared to the other reviewers. I plan on trying the Chicken Poop Outdoors as well since summer is fast approaching. Definitely a repuchase for me!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Chicken Poop is a piece of shit.
I bought the original version of this in hopes that it would be moisturizing, not to mention I was curious about the possibly odd ingredients the packaging had mentioned (i.e. chicken turds).
Boy, was I disappointed.
The strong, nauseating scent is a toss up between the sweet orange essential oil, and the lavender oil. Being the obsessive compulsive lip addict that I am, fragrances found in cosmetics have never bothered me up until I tried this. I applied the Chicken Poop lip balm about five or six times, and each time I could smell the horrid sickening aroma that descended. There's really no getting used to it.
Because of this wretched odor, the lip balm doesn't soothe my dry, chapped lips. I think the fragrance this lip balm contains actually dries them out more.
As if that wasn't bad enough, here's the kicker: Chicken Poop isn't made with any poop. I know I should be thankful, but in a weird way I actually wanted this cosmetic to be an oddity, something that perhaps I could put on my sister while she's sleeping at night.
But I can't even do that, as on the packaging (underneath the ingredients list) says, "Contains no poop". My sister would surely see it, ruining the fun.
This lip balm is probably the worst lip balm I've ever tried. I would never repurchase, and since I'm too embarrassed to take it back to the store, I just wasted money on a stupid gimmick.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
OMG, is this name hilarious or what??!! Who would buy this stuff!! ME!! Works fine, nothing to write home about, but the name
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I am so surprised that I like this. It is so moisturizing. My lips feel soft even hours after applying it. I use lip balm all of the time, mostly because I have a small scar on my bottom lip that tends to get dry on its own. I usually use Burt's Bees, honey balm, but my favorite is Weleda. I think that this may work better than both of those brands. I like the lavender and orange of the CP, but the smell and taste of BB and W is better. The CP smells good but be warned that it does not have a sweet taste, it is pure lavender and orange, which can be a tad bit bitter or taste like pine. I don't mind it because I like herbey things.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I LOVE this lip balm. I bought it because of the name, I didn't even look at reviews or what is in it, but once I got it I noticed it had a lot of good things in it: jojoba oil, avocado oil, beeswax, lavender essential oil, sweet orange essential oil, and vitamin E. It does smell of the lavender and sweet orange, but I like it. It also makes my lips very moisturized and smooth, and the balm is creamy, not grainy.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I LOVE this lip balm. I was first intrigued by the name... bought it BEFORE I read reviews to try it out and have been hooked ever since. I apply it, rub my lips together, and ta da. Beautiful. My favorite part is that after it "fades away," it doesn't leave my lips dry or tight. Just soft and smooth. There is a scent but I got used to it... it's not bad! My HG lip balm!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
After reading many reviews over the past several months, I finally ran across this at my local Ace Hardware...went in for cat food and saw this sitting in a tub on the checkout counter, so I grabbed it. While it's not my favorite lip balm, I really like it as it's natural. I know some cant stand the smell but I like the lavender and sweet orange oil. I'm also a fan of the jojoba, makes my lips very smooth, mine is not grainy at all. Only issue I had was that the balm was pretty hard after purchasing and I had an issue turning the tube, however after sticking it in my pocket for a couple of hours, all was well.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I can honestly say, I love chicken poop. I really do. A smear of chicken poop on my lips always makes my day and it gives a subtle sheen. While some mentioned they didn't care for the smell, I love it. But then again, I love the scent of lavender.
Typical lip balm packaging and it's inexpensive. The last time I purchased a tube of chicken poop must have been 2 years ago at Walgreens or something. I am sad to say that I haven't seen it around since. :( How sad.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
ORIGINAL VERSION: Too thin, too grainy, tastes absolutely horrid and bitter, and makes my lips drier than before I put this on. While I love the smell of Lavender oil, it does not agree with my lips or my taste buds. This one gets a zero. INGREDIENTS: Soy, Jojoba, Sweet Orange, Lavender, Beeswax
SPF VERSION: Much better consistency, more moisturizing, tastes and smells good, love that there's avocado oil and Vit E, and SPF.The %age of zinc isn't listed, but its probably effective since it leaves a horrible white cast on my lips so I can't wear it alone. I'd give this version 2 lippies for the ingredients and moisturizing qualities, unfortunately, there will be no chicken poop for me!! INGREDIENTS: Avocado (Persea Gratissima) Oil, Beeswax, Zinc Oxide, Vitamin E, Sweet Orange Essential Oil
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love chicken poop! I'm a lip balm addict, so when I found this on MUA, I was very intriuged at the idea of carrying around a lip balm labeled Chicken Poop. I ended up receiving it as an extra in a swap, and I love it!
The texture is a little weird- it has a lot of little granules that transfer on to your lips- but they dissipate when you rub your lips together. After that, you're left with a nice layer of smooth moisturizing balm. I find that after it wears off, my lips are soft and moisturized, and I don't feel the need to keep re-applying like I do when I use other balms.
Some may find that the scent is unappealing- it has a strong lavender scent, but I find that the scent quickly disappears after I apply it.
So overall, I love chicken poop! I just ordered my second tube (off of drugstore.com) and I can't wait to be reunited with this great balm! =)
UPDATE: Hmm.. my new tube of chicken poop is different! I noticed that it isn't grainy at all. Maybe they had an old version and a new version? Also, my old tube of Chicken Poop said on the tube: "The safety of this product has not been determined". Yet on my new tube, it doesn't say that anywhere.
New version, maybe?
I still love it though!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
As a lipbalm junkie and all-round quirky gimmick lover, I'd been lemming this balm for quite some time since reading that I could carry around a tube labelled 'Chicken Poop' in my bag. While I still love the concept, the packaging and the promise, the balm itself is a bit of a disappointment. I'm all for using oils and I really like the smell, and how natural and petroleum-free this is but it just isn't moisturising enough for me. I put it on, and it doesn't change how dry my lips are. Even layering it on just results in needing to apply it again onto what feels like wrinkled, dry lips. So 2 lippies for the smell and the concept, but in terms of effectiveness, this didn't really pay off.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
In spite of the rediculous, over-the-top name, I like it. When I read that it had lavender in it, I had to give it a try. It feels very slick (jojoba oil-based) without being greasy, and there is no grittiness anywhere. It is decently moisturizing, but I don't know how this will hold up in the freezing winter months, so we'll see. So to sum up: If you can look past the name, the product inside the tube is quite a surprise, and in spite of everything, I'll probably buy another tube when I run out. After all, how often do you see lavender-based lipbalms?
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
i LOVE Chicken Poop! i admit, i got it because of the name -- i'm a sucker for gimmicky lip balms. my local Walgreen's and CVS used to carry it, and that's where i saw it. i also loved the all-natural ingredients. i was a little concerned that the scent would bother me because of the lavender oil in the balm (i am NOT a fan of lavender), but surprisingly, the combination of the lavender with the sweet orange oil somehow makes it smell like Fruit Loops, which is okay with me! also, i am a migraine sufferer and very often, fragrances trigger a migraine, but this is subtle enough that i don't have a problem at all.
this is one of the most moisturizing balms i've ever used. the texture is smooth and just shy of creamy. definitely not waxy. some people describe it as being to "thin", which i imagine is because of the oils, but i find it to be perfect. just thin enough so that it can be absorbed by my lips, and still enough remains on the surface to protect and retain the moisture. the result is soft, smooth lips without flaking, chapping, or cracking... AWESOME! and because it is absorbed well and also still protects, i don't HAVE to reapply all the time. although i admit i do have a tendency to over-apply, because i just love the way this balm feels going on!
this is a great balm for using under other lip products, too. under thicker, sticky, glosses, it helps improve the gloss's viscosity (of course, that in turn compromises the gloss's staying power, but i prefer my lips to not feel glued together). under lipstick, it helps the color apply evenly and it can help sheer down highly-pigmented or too-bright colors. my method is to apply the Chicken Poop, allow it to absorb for a minute, then blot with a lint-free tissue to eliminate any excess balm before applying the gloss or lipstick over it. the drawback with using Chicken Poop under other products is that product scents might clash; for example, i love vanilla, coffee, and foodie scented glosses, and those don't work as well with the Fruit-Loop-y Lavendar Orange scent of Chicken Poop. but it works GREAT with unscented or fruity scented glosses (like my current obsession, Stila Lip Glaze in Fruit Punch).
i keep multiple tubes of this stuff, especially now that i can't get it locally and i have to order it online, which is more expensive; it's more cost effective to order several tubes at a time. so i keep one in my purse, one by my bed, one on my laptop desk, one in my makeup kit, and i generally have one in my back pocket at all times, too!
Chicken Poop is also now available in an SPF version, Chicken Poop Outdoors. i recently ordered that, because i do like SPF in my balms. the SPF version doesn't contain lavender oil, and the Zinc Dioxide (used for SPF) gives a slightly whitish cast when the balm is applied, but otherwise, it's the same great product.