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ChapStick Total Hydration Tinted Lip Balm Tubes and Lip Scrub Re

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ChapStick Total Hydration Tinted Lip Balm Tubes and Lip Scrub Regimen Pack treats your lips to a day at the spa. This ChapStick bundle includes four tinted moisturizing lip balm tubes, including Merlot tinted ChapStick, pink nude ChapStick, rose ChapStick and Hello Bordeaux ChapStick, along with one container of ChapStick lip scrub. Formulated with naturally sourced ingredients, including sugar crystals, maracuja and coconut oil, shea butter and vitamin E, the ChapStick peppermint lip exfoliator scrub gently exfoliates and conditions, leaving lips feeling soft and smooth. After exfoliating, give your lips a pop of color with your choice of dark red or wine red tinted lip balm, or keep it neutral with a touch of ChapStick pink nude or rose pink lip balm. Comprised of 100 percent naturally sourced ingredients, this tinted lip balm features an advanced moisturizing formula with rosehip and jojoba oils. This lightweight hydrating pink ChapStick lip balm instantly smooths, moisturizes and enhances your natural lip color. A great addition to your lip care regimen, this pack of mint lip scrub and ChapStick tinted lip balm is the perfect combination for achieving soft, supple lips.


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Chapstick total hydration tinted lip balm moisture + tint 4 colors and scrub ChapStick Essential Oils Collection ChapStick Total Hydration Lip Regimen Pack 4 items ChapStick Fan Favorites / Collectors Gift Pack 7ct
Contains ChapStick Total Hydration Tinted Moisturizing Lip Balm in four colors: Hello Bordeaux, Rose Petal, Pink Nude amp; Merlot, and one Fresh Peppermint Lip Scrub 4 ChapStick Total Hydration lip balms: "Chill" with Hemp Seed Oil, "Relax" with Lavender and Chamomile, "Happy" with Orange and Lemon, and "Energy" with Grapefruit and Lime Conditioning Lip Scrub, Vitamin Enriched Lip Oil - Peach Tea flavor, Vitamin Enriched Lip Night Serum, Vitamin Enriched Tinted Lip Oil in Subtle Pink Shade ChapStick Total Hydration Soothing Vanilla, Conditioning Peppermint Lip Scrub, 100% Natural Lip Butter Green Tea Mint, ChapStick Total Hydration Moisture + Tint Pink Nude, ChapStick Original, ChapStick Aloha Coconut, and ChapStick Lip Moisturizer

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