Pick your potion

Pick your potion

August 18, 2009

They can't all be winners.

Weigh in – Chapstick, lipstick, Blistex, other, nothing.

Me, Chapstick. Chap-free lips since 1994.

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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18 Responses to “Pick your potion”

  1. Amy Said on:

    I now prefer Nivea, it goes on so smoothly… I found it in peru, and have since bought 3 more sticks… because I keep losing them (I found 3 out of four now!!)

    Amy

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  2. ratty Said on:

    dr. pepper lip smackers by bonne bell 🙂
    since junior high.
    i am SO afraid they’re going to stop making it that i can’t keep myself from buying 2, 3, 5 at a time… sigh.
    geeez, i’m 50. i REALLY need some grown-up lipstick…

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    • Amy Said on:

      Haha that’s awesome. I have a stick of that myself. I really like how it smells, but I can’t get past some part of it. : )

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    • Lloyd Said on:

      I was that way with my Doc Martins boots. I couldn’t find them anywhere for a bit, so I bought 3 pair online. That was a significant investment in footware.

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      • Lauren Said on:

        But you can’t apply boots to your lips. Did you even read my post?

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        • Lloyd Said on:

          I was going to say that I like to kiss people who have already applied some sort of lip tonic; it’s cheaper that way, but I was waiting, because I didn’t want to make two comments in a row*.

          *Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

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    • Gretchen Said on:

      Did you know that Bonne Bell is a real person? I taught her Granddaughter (6th grade) when I lived in Cleveland. She gave everyone lip smackers for every holiday.

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  3. Brad Said on:

    Blistex Complete Moisture. It’s lemony-rific!

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  4. Beth Said on:

    Mary Kay lipliner (neutral) and lipstick (raisinberry and pink shimmer). All day. Every day. It’s ALWAYS with me.

    And at night Blistex. Or Chapstick. I’m not loyal.

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  5. Deanne Said on:

    mostly lipstick. But when they’re chapped, chapstick. I have a stick everywhere

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  6. Peggy Said on:

    All of them. Lipstick & various ‘lip conditioners’. Not at the same time. I’m not loyal to any one brand. There are some I really like & others I’ll never buy again. I love trying new stuff. LOVE. My most recent is a tube of cocoa butter. Smoooooth!!

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  7. Rae Said on:

    DCT by Blistex. (Daily Conditioning Treatment) It comes in a little jar like Carmex, but doesn’t have that disgusting smell. Another one I like is Neutrogina’s stick -- but you have to look a bit harder for it.

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  8. Marisa Said on:

    I’m a big fan of the lip balms from health food stores, particularly the Kiss my Face and Terra Tints. I typically have 4-5 different lip unguents within an arms reach of my person. It’s a sickness (but my lips are always smooth and chap-free).

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  9. Jill J. Said on:

    Burt’s Bee or some organic stuff I bought in Idaho. I always have some in my pocket, next to my bed, in a cubby in my car, and in my purse. It’s an addiction I tell you!

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  10. Michele Said on:

    After I applied lip balm this morning while sitting at one of our meetings, Brad told me I should check out your post today.
    I absolutely love True Blue Spa. I get it at Bath & Body Works. It has SPF45 and it has a citrus smell. (Brad took a whiff and also thought it smelled nice.) It goes on wonderfully smooth.

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