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Chicken Poop Lip Balm

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Know how to fix those dry lips so you won't be lickin 'em with grandpa's time-tested formula. 100% natural ingredients include non-GMO soy, jojoba, sweet orange, lavender, and beeswax. You'll love the way your lips feel.

1 review about Chicken Poop Lip Balm

A little lip poop will do you good

  • Oct 5, 2010
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Rating:
+3
Pros: excellent moisture creation

Cons: strong feminine smell

The Bottom Line: If you are looking for a great moisturizing lip balm, chicken poop is an excellent choice but isn't really for men.

I am pretty much obsessed with lip care products. I really hate the feeling of chapped lips whether it be while I am out in the cold or because of the sun, there is nothing worse than that dried out feeling in your lips. It is because of this obsession that I am constantly purchasing a variety of different lip balms. My major motivation is purely the moisture of the balm. If it works great then I am going to keep on using it, but if it doesn't, then I'm not going to use it again, obviously. I don't really worry about sheen, however I don't want a lady sheen. I don't really worry so much about smell, texture, or flavor either, however to have those as well would be great added bonuses.

One of the many products that I have tried as far as lip balm goes was the Chicken Poop Lip Balm. This one I tried more because of the name than anything else. I laughed when I saw it and I absolutely had to give it a try.

Chicken Poop Lip Balm
The Chicken Poop Lip Balm is probably one of the most interesting of the lip balms that I have used. Typically when purchasing a lip balm I have a concept of what the balm is going to taste and smell like. I also have a good idea as to what is actually in the product. When I first tried this one, I decided that I probably didn't want to know and went for it.

The product itself is a really smooth balm that goes on well and soaks into the lips rather quickly giving excellent moisture penetration. I found that typically the product would last just as long if not longer than most other products, especially those by Chapstik brand. I also noticed that the moisture content was considerably higher than many, so it made my lips feel quite refreshed.

The major issue that I have run into with the product is that it has a very strong lavender smell. For women this of course probably isn't at issue, however for a man, this can create some interesting conversation about you. I find that most balms are scented but lose their scent in a relatively short period of time, but this scent lasts for hours depending upon how much of it you use.

Along with the scent, comes a flavor that really isn't that desirable. It sort of tastes like leaves and flowers a bit, which makes it somewhat difficult to actually enjoy the product as it works on your lips. This flavor doesn't last long however, so this shouldn't be anything that keeps you from using the product.

Package Details
100% Pure. No gmo.
This product contains no poop!

The Legend of the Poop

The Name....Chicken Poop comes from Jamie's goofy grandpa replying to her complaint of having chapped lips. He'd say, "I know how to fix those chapped lips, I'll rub some chicken poop on `em so you won't be lickin` 'em." Brilliant, don't you think?

A brief history
How it all began: Jamie Faith Tabor Schmidt began making Chicken Poop Lip balm after her best friend Claudia took her to Sephora, a cosmetic store lined from floor to ceiling with all kinds of make-up goodness. She decided then and there she would have a product line by the age of 25. Good gravy, a hair pomade, was the first product she came up with. Requests came flying in for a lip balm. So, in 2000 Jamie developed Chicken Poop. She has seven other products in the making. The next to market will be Kill It Dead, a natural spray deodorant.

Put it anywhere.

A product of Kansas.
ilovechickenpoop.com

Ingredients
Soy, Jojoba, Sweet Orange, Lavender, Bees Wax

Final Thoughts
While the Chicken Poop balm is effective in terms of moisture creation for the lips, the somewhat feminine smell, which lasts for quite some while makes it difficult for me as a male to enjoy it. I would rather not be judged as I walk past people because I smell flowery. If it wasn't for this smell, this would probably be one of the top 5 products on the market. It works and works well, so if you really just want nice lips and you don't care about the rest, then go for it.

Recommended:
Yes

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October 05, 2010
Ha! Crazy name for a lip balm! Lavender is the last smell i was imagining:) Sounds like a quality product. Cool review!
October 06, 2010
Lavender is the smell I would best associate with feces as well... which I guess would be better than me wanting to literally apply chicken poop to my lips, although maybe a bit flamboyant.
 
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