How To: 13 Non-Lip Uses for Chapstick

13 Non-Lip Uses for Chapstick

Now that the weather is colder and drier than usual, you may be using Chapstick more frequently to moisturize your dry lips. Did you know that you can also use Chapstick on dry elbows, dry cuticles, dry knuckles, and even the ends of your hair?

In addition to making your chapped skin less chapped, Chapstick is also surprisingly useful for stubborn zippers, unruly eyebrows, stuck rings, drawer tracks, windburn, and more.

Have you ever used Chapstick for something other than moisturizing your chapped lips? Share with us by commenting below!

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It is AMAZING for when your nose is chapped from blowing your nose a ton when you have a cold, and some of them smell really good, too!

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