Carmex

Carmex was founded in Alfred Woelbing in the early 1930s in Wisconsin. Carma Laboratories Inc. moved near Milwaukee in 1957 to increase production. Carma Labs began producing the product in squeezable tubes in 1988. In the United States, the active ingredients of Carmex lip balm are camphor (1.7%), menthol (0.7%), salicylic acid, and phenol (0.4%).* It is available in drugstores and large retail stores worldwide. *Source: Wikipedia
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Recent Carmex Reviews

Lip Treatments -Carmex -Lip Balm

on 2/22/2019 1:16:00 PM

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Really love this product! Think the scent is amazing and Carmex is definitely one of my fav brands! However prefer the stick or tube as they are more hygienic



Lip Treatments -Carmex -Comfort Care Colloidal Oatmeal Lip Balm

on 1/7/2019 4:38:00 PM

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This is my new favorite thing. It’s super cheap—I got a 2-pack of the Watermelon Blast (which is delicious) for about $5. The other 2 flavors are Sugar Plum and Mixed Berry.

This is Carmex’s “natural” offering and the ingredients list is pretty good tbh. It’s really emollient & comfortable, a little heavy but not in a bad way. It sticks around, too. I have very dry lips in the winter and this 100% works with them. Normally only heavy-duty lanolin products help my winter lip situation but I heartily recommend this stuff.

The watermelon is like…really yummy lol. It’s a good thing I got a 2-pack because my 6yo daughter stole one.

ricinus communis seed oil (castor oil), cera alba (beeswax), theobroma grandiflorum seed butter (cupuacu butter), raphanus sativus seed extract (radish seed extract), flavor, astrocaryum murumuru seed butter (murumuru butter), rhus verniciflua peel cera, rhus succedanea fruit cera, vaccinium macrocarpon seed oil (cranberry seed oil), ascorbyl palmitate (vitamin c palmitate), tocopherol (vitamin E), copernicia cerifera wax (carnauba wax), avena sativa kernel flour (colloidal oatmeal), stevia rebaudiana extract (stevia extract), helianthus annuus seed oil (sun flower seed oil)

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Lip Treatments -Carmex -EZ-ON APPLICATOR

on 12/7/2018 8:57:00 AM

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Holy grail status....forever and always. I remember my first foray into Carmex when I was a little kid when my parents got me the pot for my severely chapped lips (it was the only form around then). So soothing and I loved the scent. Flash forward many, many years later...and I still love it. I've moved onto the tube (more hygienic, imo) and always keep several on hand. I've tried the sticks but found them weird and too different from what's in the tube. I find the product makes a nice lip balm - I've had several people like the color as it's on my lips and asked what I have on. I apply this more than directed, especially in the winter - but never had a problem with that. Nothing works quite like this.


Lip Treatments -Carmex -Moisture Plus Ultra Hydrating Tinted Lip Balms

This is a creamy tinted lip balm with reasonably good color payoff in a cute slimline tube. I have it in peach and pink (just finished the peach actually), and I enjoy both. Feels comfortable on the lips, adds soft shine and color, and has that great classic Carmex scent and flavor--what's not to like? I haven't seen these in a while, so they might have been discontinued. Ah well, beyond the classics (such as regular Carmex), I rarely buy the same lip balm twice anyway--so many lip balms, so little time. But I would buy this again if I weren't so greedy for the new.

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Lip Treatments -Carmex -Cherry- Jar

on 5/26/2018 8:40:00 PM

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Personal pros:
Very cheap (about 97 cents or so)
Scent
Clear on lips
Texture
Has SPF
Doesn't dry my lips
Moisturizes my lips
Doesn't irritate my lips

Personal cons:
Nothing I can think of

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