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Giveaway: Stuff For Sprouts Lip Stuff For Crispy Critters

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As a former kid (don’t judge me), I can attest to moments of chapped lips and face that went untreated due to my baby sister having eaten most of the strawberry chapstick in the downstairs drawer. Truly, with winter coming, you do not want to put your kids in the same position. It’s time to stock up.

For today’s giveaway, the fine folks at Stuff For Sprouts have donated a gift pack of their “Lip Stuff For Crispy Critters”. Sure, they still come in three irresistible flavors (Chocolate, Frosting and PB&J), but this time, should your son or daughter decide to “eat” rather than “apply”, you’ll be glad to know that they’re made from natural ingredients. Here’s a bit more of a description from their website:

Our Lip Stuff has just the right amount of super moisturizing and healing natural oils, blended with olive butter and beeswax. Feels light and smooth, not waxy. Big wide tube for lips that are chapped down to the chin – one quick swipe and your Sprout is good to go. Also great for chapped cheeks! Turn sideways for a regular, just-on-the-lips application. De-crisps almost any kisser! A huge .35 ounces (a regular lip balm is only .15) lasts a long time!

Got a critter that could benefit from some Lip Stuff? Leave us a comment below telling us the oddest thing he or she has ever eaten. One comment will be chosen at random to win the gift pack. Complete rules and giveaway details for this contest are available here. Good luck!

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