Suffering from chapped lips and occasional cold sores, Alfred Woelbing invented Carmex Lip Balm in Milwaukee in the early 1930s. Formulated with a variety of natural ingredients, the mixture was carefully hand-poured into small glass jars, which Woelbing sold to pharmacists from the trunk of his car. Today, Carmex Lip Balm, 0.35 oz, still helps provide relief from cold sores and dried, chapped lips. It also protects lips in cold and harsh environments. This Carmex Original Moisturizing Lip Balm comes in a pack of 12, with 0.35 oz per container. Take this External Analgesic Natural Lip Balm (pack of 12) with you during outdoor activities. With its compact design, the Carmex Lip Balm, 0.35 oz, can travel with you almost anywhere. Carmex soothes, heals and protects.
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|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.69 x 3.44 x 1.5|
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