Chapstick

Discussion in 'Health & Medicine' started by 113b11, Oct 24, 2008.

  1. 113b11

    113b11 Guest

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    Does anybody have a cheaper alternative to chap stick or know to make a home remedy to sooth chapped or windburned lips? I don't plan on buying a whole load of Lip Smackers, too costly.
     
  2. CVORNurse

    CVORNurse Well-Known Member

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    You can often get the walgreens brand 2/1.00. Even at 99cents, they last forever and ever.
    However, best I have ever found is to buy the Carmex. I buy the little pot and keep it in my front pants pocket during the winter. It is nice and melty warm from body heat and spreads easily.
     

  3. green girl

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  4. JeepHammer

    JeepHammer Well-Known Member

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    Green Girl, YOU ROCK!

    I use little tins all the time for getting stuff organized, and I have a REAL hard time locating them!
    All kinds of little gun parts, transmission parts, ect. I need to keep separated!

    I won't go anywhere without Chap-Stick in my pocket or gear!
    I don't know about the 'Self Made' stuff, but brand name 'Chap-Stick' works for a bunch of different things!

    Got adhesive goo or tape residue stuck to something,
    Smear a little Chap-Stick on it and let it set, when you wipe off the Chap-Stick, the 'goo' goes with it.

    That includes pine pitch and pine sap! Takes it right off!

    Insect bites that itch like crazy? You guessed it, Chap-Stick will make you life much more tolerable!

    Scrapes, minor cuts, ect. you don't want infected, Chap-Stick has worked for me for over 40 years.

    Anyway, just one of those 'Old Fart' things you find out along the way!
     
    Last edited: Oct 25, 2008
  5. CVORNurse

    CVORNurse Well-Known Member

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    Wow. That is a neat site. Gives me ideas for Christmas and other gifts. If only I had time to do stuff like this.
     
  6. McPrepared

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    Does it act like neosporin on a cut?