- Nourishes, protects and hydrates skin and lips
- Prevents sensitive areas from drying out
- Reduces cracks in the lip area
- Is easily applied and does not stick
- High skin tolerance
Direction for use: Convenient pocket-size dispenser. Apply to
exposed areas: lips, nose, cheekbones and cheeks, etc. Reapply as often
as necessary.To protect the lips and overexposed areas such as the
cheeks and lips.
Ingredients: RICINUS COMMUNIS (CASTOR) SEED OIL, OLEYL ALCOHOL, HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE OIL, CANDELILLA CERA (EUPHORBIA CERIFERA (CANDELILLA) WAX), POLYGLYCERYL-3 BEESWAX, PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM (MINERAL OIL), BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, QUATERNIUM-18 HECTORITE, TITANIUM DIOXIDE, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, PROPYLENE CARBONATE, BISABOLOL, CERAMIDE 3, PHYTOSPHINGOSINE, CITRIC ACID.
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Kristin: more than a year ago
Although this product is expensive, I think that it's worth the money. I have tried other brands and this one was by far the best. One stick has lasted almost a year and I've been using it on my daughter even more often since she started solids and I began wiping her face after her meals.
MamaBird: more than a year ago
We love this little magic stick! I was originally skeptical, as it's a bit pricey and it's pretty teeny, but a little bit goes a long way. One application keeps both my 3 year old's and 5 month old's cheeks soft and protected all day....and it smells absolutely delicious! It's gentle enough for very sensitive skin and the stick format makes it easy to apply...even for little boys who insist on doing it themselves :) Definitely recommended.
t.: more than a year ago
this stick is extremely portable! it fits into the palm of my hand and is extremely convenient, for on the go protection of baby's face'. if this product was cheaper on well.ca i would buy a few of the hydra-stick to keep in my purse, car, diaper bag, etc... The stick form make it incredibly fast and easy to apply to squirmy baby's face. Because it is waxy versus creamy the product stays on top of the skin (versus being absorbed) to provide a protective barrier - great for our cold Canadian winter (ie. the polar vortex winter of 2014 that seems like it will never end!)
K: more than a year ago
I first started using this stick when my children were babies, and had sore cheeks from teething, and from the cold wind. It applies smoothly, absorbs nicely into the skin, has a pleasant smell, and most importantly, works well but is gentle. I use it now that they're older for windburn and small cuts, chapping, and minor sunburn to the face. It's the perfect size to tuck in a pocket or backpack or diaper bag. It lasts a very long time, and always goes on smoothly.