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Carmex Adds On to Moisture Plus Collection

By Melissa Meisel | January 23, 2014

Two new packaging designs for lip balm fans.

Carmex recently launched the new, limited edition Carmex Moisture Plus lip balm line to much fun fare from loyal Carmex fans and converts alike. Now, the brand is excited to announce the arrival of two new patterns phasing in this winter.

 According to the company, the updated new Fab design will feature a cute pink and grey plaid, while the Starlet design will be a shimmery chevron in metallic gold and silver. The Chic and Adventurous designs from the original round – featuring a classic houndstooth and fun leopard print, respectively – will remain for another season due to overwhelming popularity among consumers.
        
Formulated with Carmex’s trusted, ultra-hydrating Moisture Plus technology, the lip balm contains aloe, vitamin E and broad-spectrum SPF 15 sunscreen.


More info: http://mycarmex.com/
 
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