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0.25-Ounce Vaseline Lip Therapy Moisturizer (Creme Brulee)

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Amazon has 0.25 Oz. Vaseline Lip Therapy [Creme Brulee] for $1.40 with 5% subscribe and save or as low as $1.25 with 15% subscribe and save.

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$18.00?? I'm sure glad the employees ignore me whenever I go to Sephora!!
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Nobody wants to carry a giant jar of vaseline around.
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Thx op, tu and repped, good filler for s&s!Smilie
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Thanks
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Its super effective!
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0.25 oz. that's not even enough to coat my God-given applicator.
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thanks. i need to re-up anyway
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0.25 oz. that's not even enough to coat my God-given applicator.
I'm afraid to ask what your "God-given applicator" is
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.02oz is tiny...you can get the BIG 4oz ones at your local target/walmart/etc for $1 and change
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This does taste/smell nice, but plain regular vaseline actually works better for dried/cracked lips. Every winter I dry up like a prune and try everything I can buy to not be a bleeding gross mess, and time and time again plain vaseline wins out.

It's weird because I thought this was just vaseline with scent added, but it performs less than vaseline.
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.02oz is tiny...you can get the BIG 4oz ones at your local target/walmart/etc for $1 and change
Nobody wants to carry a giant jar of vaseline around.
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yuck, petroleum based product... time to go clean. should give this a try https://m.sephora.com/product/squ...gJZ2_D_BwE
$18.00?? I'm sure glad the employees ignore me whenever I go to Sephora!!
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This vs carmex
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LOL! Funny!

Right on the Amazon page:
"This item is returnable "

I wonder how much of a discount the refurb's are? And what would make it a "C" grade refurb?
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