ChapStick Total Hydration Collection + Giveaway
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Winter weather can be pretty harsh, especially to our skin and lips. I absolutely hate when my lips get dry and chapped. It's usually something I struggle with whenever the weather turns cold, is such a pain to deal with. Since I'm always going through so many tubes of lip balm, I try to stick with brands that are affordable and get the job done. ChapStick recently reached out to see if I'd be interested in trying their newest collection of goodies, and I jumped at the chance because they're a brand that I've trusted for years (who didn't have at least one tube of ChapStick in their bag during middle school and high school?).
The new ChapStick Total Hydration* line includes five different types of products in a variety of delicious flavors, and you can shop the entire collection at your local Target, which is my go-to store for beauty and health products from brands like ChapStick. Here's a quick rundown of each of the new products available:
ChapStick Total Hydration Moisture + Tint is the first-ever tinted lip balm from ChapStick and features a formula with 100% naturally sourced ingredients that deliver long lasting moisture, plus a hint of alluring color. The formula is comprised of premium ingredients, including Rosehip Oil, Jojoba Oil and Avocado Butter, and is available in three shades – Rose Petal, Coral Blush, and Merlot – so there’s a shade for every occasion.
ChapStick Total Hydration 100% Natural is an age defying formula with 100% naturally sourced ingredients like Argan Oil, Omegas 6 & 9 and Avocado Butters. It is clinically proven to provide healthier looking and more youthful looking lips. Total Hydration 100% Natural is available in three flavors – Fresh Citrus, Soothing Vanilla and new Honey Blossom.
ChapStick Total Hydration 3in1 is a Korean-inspired, 3-in-1 formula that provides triple action lip care in one lip balm. It moisturizes, renews and transforms lips to provide smoother, healthier looking lips. The triple action renewal formula contains unique ingredients like Madecassoside and botanical oils. Total Hydration 3in1 is available in five flavors – Coconut Hydration, Soothing Oasis, Sweet Peach, Wild Acai Berry and new Cooling Peppermint.
ChapStick Total Hydration with CoQ10 is an advanced moisture formula designed to instantly smooth and transform lips. It features a lightweight formula that provides long-lasting moisture, helping lips stay hydrated for a full eight hours, and reduces the appearance of fine lines. The formula is comprised of advanced skincare ingredients including antioxidant CoQ10, Vitamin E, and ultra-hydrating Hyaluronic Spheres for soft, supple lips. Total Hydration with CoQ10 is available in a Vanilla Cream flavor.
ChapStick Total Hydration Conditioning Lip Scrub is the latest innovation from the experts in lip care. This lip scrub gently exfoliates and conditions leaving lips feeling silky, soft and smooth. ChapStick Total Hydration Conditioning Lip Scrub is formulated with naturally sourced ingredients, including Sugar Crystals, Maracuja and Coconut Oil, Shea Butter and Vitamin E and features a refreshing Fresh Peppermint flavor.
I'm absolutely loving this new collection! The lip balms are so buttery and rich, helping ease all of the dry, chapped areas on my lips. The flavors smell amazing, and you can really tell a difference between each of the formulas. I'm a huge fan of the Moisture + Tint balms - they remind me of popular high end tinted balms, but for a fraction of the cost. Also, the new scrub is so nourishing for the lips, and smells exactly like candy canes!
But don't just take my word for it. I want you guys to be able to try these out too, so I've teamed up with ChapStick to offer a fun little giveaway! One lucky reader will win some ChapStick goodies plus a $25 gift card to Target! Winner must be 18 years of age or older, and live in the US. All of the entry details are below, good luck everyone! :)
Have you tried the new Total Hydration line from ChapStick yet?