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ChopSaver Lip Care
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Invented by a professional trumpet player, ChopSaver is an all natural, herbal product created for all wind players. It is a totally new way to care for your lips!

ChopSaver is like nothing you’ve ever tried. It’s made of 100% natural ingredients. The base is a combination of shea butter, mango butter and other natural moisturizers. Its secret weapon is a mixture of herbs that promote healing and reduce swelling, chapping and soreness in a natural, gentle way. And the smell is clean yet not overpowering!
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Review Date: 12/27/2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: thins lips, great after having a tough gig.
Cons: for me thinned lips a little too much

 
Great for a replacement chapstick, smells a little too citrisy though. Was not good for me to use while played, thinned my lips too much and they weren't as pliable. However, it is great after a gig, when your done for the nigh, or next morning before warm-up. A lot of days i'de have normally taken off to rest, I was able to play comfotably. Good product, and certainly worth a try for about $5.00.
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Jloon36
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Registered: December 2013
Location: Charlottesville, Virginia
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Review Date: 3/25/2014 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Works perfectly!
Cons:

 
This is the best chapstick for someone like me who needs it bad... It works great, and feels great! Don't use it in between songs in a concert though. It leaves a bit of residue on your lips, which will mess with the way your mouthpiece sits on your lips. But after a concert, or a practice session, this is the best in the industry!
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