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Vickery & Clarke Intensive Lip Care

I had to run some errands the other day and while I wandered around CVS I noticed I didn’t have my usual lip balm in my pocket so it was a great day to try out something new.

I grabbed the Vickery & Clarke Intensive Lip Treatment (95.75% natural) and the Intensive Moisture Lip Balm (94% natural).

Both are fabulous.  The Lip Treatment is more of a gel and comes in a refreshing mint flavor.  It’s great on chapped or split lips - it provides plenty of moisture and a great barrier from cold winds.  The Intensive lip balm is a cocoa butter flavor which is sweet and smells heavenly - like cookies or cakes or some sort of dessert.  the best part is is that it is flavor less - so your nose gets a treat without making your lips smack off all the balm.

About Vickery & Clarke

Inspired by Alice Vickery and Isabella Clarke, who broke new ground for women as pharmacists in the 1800s, Vickery & Clarke Natural Apothecary products are simple, effective remedies made with over 94% natural ingredients.

Vickery & Clarke Natural Apothecary products are made with natural ingredients:

  • Paraben free
  • Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate free
  • Phthalate free
  • Petrolatums free

UPDATE - As of December 2011 Vickery & Clarke products seem to be no longer available for purchase.

Discussion
3 Comments for “Vickery & Clarke Intensive Lip Care”
  1. I have used several of the Vickery & Clarke products and absolutely love them. I have used the intense eye cream, a body lotion and absolutely love the antioxidant oil ( not sure if this is the exact name) Want to find out where to buy this CVS no longer carries it from what I can find out and was told it was a vary good seller.

    Posted by alison box | July 26, 2010, 10:38 pm
  2. Where can I purchase Vickery & Clarke lip balm. CVS no longer carries it

    Posted by Carol McTernan | September 23, 2010, 10:13 pm
  3. Where can I buy the lip balm.

    Thank you

    Jan Goldsmith

    Posted by jan goldsmith | November 13, 2010, 3:39 pm
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