Easter Treats from Lip Smacker

The Easter Bunny left a surprise at my door last week…..Easter-themed Lip Smacker goodies!

lip smacker easter 2018

I’m pretty sure all of us had our first taste of makeup at a young age by keeping a tube of Lip Smacker in our bag – I thought I was so fancy. The lip balms were fun back then and they’re still fun now.

Have you found any of these hiding in your egg hunt?

lip smacker easter 2018 coca cola soda

The soda-scented lip balms were always my favourite. Growing up (and even now) my Lip Smacker flavour of choice was the Dr. Pepper flavour. But I drink cherry coke like there’s no tomorrow, so I’m jazzed that it’s joining the family. You can get the Easter Egg trio or you can get a duo of your favourite flavour (a tube and a cute little cup).

lip smacker easter 2018 DIY easter egg stickers

If you like to get creative, you can check out the DIY Easter Egg Duo. It comes with two lip balm tubes, stickers and an egg lip balm cap topper.

lip smacker easter 2018 mickey tsum tsum moana lip balm

Finally, we have something for your little ones.  First is the Tsum Tsum lip balms – how cute is that Mickey lip balm? You can get Minnie Mouse, Eeyore and Thumper. There’s also a trio of Moana-themed lip balms. There’s no telling how far a kid will go for to get their hands on this treat (see what I did there?).

Okay, I need to know – what was your all-time favourite Lip Smacker flavour growing up?

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