Non Lips Uses for Chapstick

Now that the weather is colder and drier than usual, you may be using Chapstick more frequently to moisturize your dry lips. Did you know Chapstick is also surprisingly useful for stubborn zippers, unruly eyebrows, stuck rings, drawer tracks, windburn, and more.

  • Use on dry elbows, knuckles, knees, cuticles and hair ends.
  • Groom your unruly eyebrows or moustache.
  • Lubricate tracks of drawers and windows for smoother opening and closing.
  • Also great for ridges of a medicine cabinet.
  • Shine your leather shoes. Buff with soft, dry cloth.
  • Apply on face to prevent windburn while skiing.
  • Outdoor lightbulbs can be hard to remove due to exposure to the elements.
  • Coat the threads of outdoor light bulb before screwing into socket.
  • Cut yourself from shaving? Dab small amount on nick to stop bleeding. For minor cuts only.
  • Apply lib balm on nails/drill screws before pounding/drilling into wood. This will make entry into wood easier.
  • Stuck zipper? Rub chapstick on zipper teeth and zip/unzip several times.
  • Remove stuck ring on finger.
  • nostrils dry and irritated after blowing nose? Rub chapstick on affected area.
  • Apply on hairline before dyeing hair at home to prevent stains on skin.
  • Mix with eye shadow to make cream eye shadow.

Have you ever used Chapstick for something other than moisturizing your chapped lips? Share in the comments below!

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow! I’ve used on the hairline when dyeing hair, moisturising skin and to prevent chapped lips, but nothing else!

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    1. GS says:

      Its amazing its benefits..

      Liked by 2 people

    1. GS says:

      It is. It is.

      Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

      Like

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