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From a teens point of view, I want to rave about Blamtastic, especially for guys. Fill up the stockings with these for your teen guys!
Lip Balm for guys…who cares? Well they do, but they’ll probably never admit it, and chances are when you go to the store, most all of the lip balm products on the shelf are “girly”.
Five reasons why your male teens will want to find Blamstastic in their stockings:
- Alien Invasion – Green Apple – They were abducted by aliens and forced to make this BLAM. It is out of this world. (This was our favorite!!)
- Ballistic Blam – It’s a Ballistic Blast of Bodacious Blue Razz Blam. Say that 3 times fast!
- Grand Slam Blam – Bubble Gum – It’s a hit, it’s a score, it’s a home run! May improve athletic abilities.
- Radioactive – Lemon Lime – Caution – may cause an eerie glow or occasional sparking. Remove the cap carefully.
- Brain Squeeze – Sour Cherry – Can you brain handle it???
Why you want to put Blamtastic in their stockings:
No Petroleum!!! It has its uses in vehicles, but you wouldn’t go to a gas station and put that junk on your kids lips, but Blamtastic isn’t using your kids as transportation, so why use same ingredients? Blamstastic moisturizes their lips with natural emollients.
Made in the USA!!! Most lip balms are made outside of the US. That’s because it’s cheaper to manufacture them in foreign countries. How do you know for sure that the balms made in mystery factories overseas are safe? Your kids LICK this stuff! Blamtastic is made in the good ole’ USA from wholesome ingredients in keeping with the regulations of the FDA. So heh kids, lick on!
SPF 15!!! Protects vulnerable lips.
No Parabens!!! Blamtastic doesn’t want the chance of harming your kids through the absorption of parabens.
No Animal Testing!!! Not on hamsters, puppies, kittens, or even rats or lizards. No animal testing goes on over at Blamstastic.
So I’ll keep it simple. You want your kids to walk around without painful chapped lips. For girls that’s usually not a problem, and Blamtastic has fun flavors for them too, but boys on the other hand, lip balm usually = not cool.
It’s my personal experience that sometimes teens (especially guys) need something exclusive to them to use a product that even though it’s good for them, they wouldn’t use otherwise. Blamtastic has cool flavors in potent lip balm for guys with cool names and even cool BLAM Sleeves that hook on to belt loops, key chains, zippers so they can super BLAM their lips after that snowboard run down the hill!
Blamtastic products for both guys and gals are available at http://blamtastic.com for $2.99 each.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this post on behalf of Blamtastic and was supplied with samples and information through them, the review and opinions are my own.
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