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What is a Lotion Stick Anyway?

October 18, 2018

Natural lavender lotion stick, travel size

Imagine you are out and about. You look down and your legs are dry and scaly. Uh oh. No lotion in your purse ever since the multiple leaks that got all over everything

Don’t panic! You have your lotion stick that delivers concentrated moisture exactly when and where you need it. Dry patches will be fixed instantly. It could be your legs, arms, elbows, hands, neck. Ahhh, a quick application and you feel beautiful and put together.

Your lotion stick will be your new bff. It goes wherever you go. Work, gym, trip, or just to show your friends your cute little miracle worker.

Healthier skin: check. Smells oh so good: check check. What’s not to love? The ingredients are all natural and in a recyclable paperboard tube.

Your friends might grab your lotion stick when you aren’t looking. Watch out!






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