ChapStick Cheerful Lips Kit Makes a Pretty and Practical Stocking Stuffer

Posted on Nov 19, 2012 by 1 Comment
ChapStick Cheerful Lips Kit Makes a Pretty and Practical Stocking Stuffer

Whether you need a practical stocking stuffer idea for your preteen daughter or want to put together a basket of pampering treats for your best friend, ChapStick has you covered.

At Target stores from now until Christmas, you can get a “Cheerful Lips” kit with three classic flavors of ChapStick: Cherry, Strawberry, and Spearmint. The kit retails for $4.99 and should be in the seasonal aisle with the other stocking stuffer items.

During the winter months, I go through a ton of ChapStick because my lips always seem to be dry. I love how this cute little tin makes it handy to stash ChapStick in your car, purse, or desk drawer. (I left the Cherry ChapStick in mine and added a hair tie and some aspirin to make a tiny emergency kit for my purse. My husband ran off with the Spearmint ChapStick and my son decided to take the Strawberry ChapStick.)

There are three different tin designs for the Cheerful Lips kit, but they all have the same flavors of ChapStick inside them.

In case you didn’t know, ChapStick actually has a whole lot of uses beyond just keeping your lips soft. You can use a bit of ChapStick to tame flyaways and add shine to your hair. ChapStick helps protect your skin from windburn when you are outside skiing or snowboarding.

It can even be blended over powder blush to give your skin a soft and dewy finish. For more creative ChapStick tips, check out the She Knows article 7 Ways to Use ChapStick.

Disclaimer: A sample ChapStick “Cheerful Lips” kit was provided by the manufacturer for the purpose of preparing this review.

Photo credit: ChapStick

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Dana Hinders

Dana Hinders lives in Iowa with her husband and son. She has been a freelance writer since shortly after earning her degree in journalism from The University of Iowa in 2003. She writes extensively about parenting, crafts, and creative ways to save money. Visit her at danahinders.com.

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  • http://www.citybabyliving.com/ Emily (CityBaby Living)

    Oooh, thanks for the head’s up – my 5yo daughter would love this!