Badger Company, Sunscreen Lip Balm Stick, SPF 15, Unscented, .15 oz (4.2 g)
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3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1183442 on Jun 18, 2010
This does go on white, but can be further rubbed in to clear. Zinc is the white ingredient lifeguards have used to protect their noses, and it lasts.
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Posted by Reviewer2329261 on Sep 29, 2010
This goes on smoothly but it is not too moisturizing. The only problem I have with it is the white color on the lips. But, it is the best SPF15 lip balm I have found thus far at a reasonable price so I will continue to use. I put a moisturizing lip balm with no SPF on after the Badger lip balm so it takes away the white color. I am just hoping it is not taking away the protection as well but I don't think it is.
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2359183 on Jul 31, 2011
It's moisturizing and pretty much unscented. I have found that it minimizes the white trace when you dampen your lips a little before applying the balm, and then rub it in using a finger/lips. It's not that bad really. I love that it's all natural and chemical-free, which is very important for lip balm as it is more often than not ingested.
Posted by Reviewer3327032 on Aug 24, 2010
This is the best lipbalm according to the EWG website. I believe it's effective and non toxic, but it makes your mouth white! Better use with lipstick.
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2263816 on Aug 29, 2010
This DOES leave lips with that leaporous-looking zinc film. My husband wasn't expecting that, and was subsequently embarassed when the guy cutting his hair wanted to know what was wrong with his lips - I said, "They are attached to his FACE". Don't know if it'd be good for the beach, mostly because the dog thought it was a treat.