About the brand

ChapStick lip balm is manufactured by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. It was invented in the early 1880's by a physician named Charles Browne Fleet. The rights to this product were purchased and sold throughout the years, and was acquired when the company that owned it was purchased by Pfizer in 2009. The balms come in many varieties and flavors, and are available in retail and drugstores worldwide.

https://www.chapstick.com/

Overall rating
4.0
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76%
would repurchase
4.0
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Overall rating
76%
would repurchase

Latest Chapstick Reviews


Total Hydration Moisture + Tint Pink Nude

If you have dry lips and feel self conscious about the visible texture, run out and get this or whichever shade appeals to you most. It's a buttery, quick absorbing balm that's just a little waxy. The pigment is fully homogenized with the base, so there's no flaking or chunkiness. When I apply it, the balm sinks right in and takes the color with it - there's really nothing to rub off once it absorbs. What does stay near the surface of the lips is the waxiness, which somehow blurs the lines on/around my lips. It's even matte. This is the best execution of the "balm stain" concept I've ever tried, and I need to get more shades. Pink Brown is a nude MLBB on me. It looks like my natural lip color at one coat, but shows more nude tones in the second layer. It has a vague, decent strawberry scent. The window in the cap tells you exactly what you're getting when you buy, but also makes the packaging seem cheap. I can deal with some cheap packaging considering that it was, in fact, US$3, and might become a staple for me.

Total Hydration Moisture + Tint Pink Nude
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a month ago

If you have dry lips and feel self conscious about the visible texture, run out and get this or whichever shade appeals to you most. It's a buttery, quick absorbing balm that's just a little waxy. The pigment is fully homogenized with the base, so there's no flaking or chunkiness. When I apply it, the balm sinks right in and takes the color with it - there's really nothing to rub off once it absorbs. What does stay near the surface of the lips is the waxiness, which somehow blurs the lines on/around my lips. It's even matte. This is the best execution of the "balm stain" concept I've ever tried, and I need to get more shades. Pink Brown is a nude MLBB on me. It looks like my natural lip color at one coat, but shows more nude tones in the second layer. It has a vague, decent strawberry scent. The window in the cap tells you exactly what you're getting when you buy, but also makes the packaging seem cheap. I can deal with some cheap packaging considering that it was, in fact, US$3, and might become a staple for me.

3 in 1 Total Hydration
2.0
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5 months ago

This “hydration” chapstick worked for a little bit but then my lips started feeling very dry and have a weird feel to it, as if they’re numb. I do not recommend this product because it had made my lips feel way worse. I will not be buying this again. If you want your lips feeling great, I recommend normal chapstick you find in a store, much better than this one that takes away your normal lip feel.

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5 months ago

This “hydration” chapstick worked for a little bit but then my lips started feeling very dry and have a weird feel to it, as if they’re numb. I do not recommend this product because it had made my lips feel way worse. I will not be buying this again. If you want your lips feeling great, I recommend normal chapstick you find in a store, much better than this one that takes away your normal lip feel.