Amazon Canada Amazon.ca: NIVEA 24-Hour Moisture Lip Balm $1.00 (regularly $2.27) Get a Stick of NIVEA Lip Balm for $1 at Amazon.ca!

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Fight chapped lips with a loonie at Amazon.ca, because you can get a stick of NIVEA Lip Balm for just $1.00 (regularly $2.27) -- a savings of over 50% off!

There are three options available at the $1.00 price, each currently priced at historical lows -- note that all three are classified as add-on items, which means you'll need to place a minimum order of $25.00 or add them to a Subscribe & Save delivery to get the deal price.

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    • You can subscribe and save for an additional 5-15% off.
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    • Thanks OP! Was about to order something from amazon anyways. grabbed a bunch of these
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    • FYI, these are terrible (for me at least). They do nothing really to prevent or treat chapped lips. I've had way better experiences with Blistex.
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    • L’Oréal men expert for me.
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    • PumpkinPete wrote:
      Jan 13th, 2020 9:27 am
      FYI, these are terrible (for me at least). They do nothing really to prevent or treat chapped lips. I've had way better experiences with Blistex.
      They aren't completely useless, imo, but they are definitely one of the least effective I've used in my experience.

      (in fairness though, I'm not talking about this exact product - I am using Nivea Hydro Care which I imagine is very similar)
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    • I like this one, not oily and no smell.
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    • PumpkinPete wrote:
      Jan 13th, 2020 9:27 am
      FYI, these are terrible (for me at least). They do nothing really to prevent or treat chapped lips. I've had way better experiences with Blistex.
      works great for me. drink more water
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    • Thanks OP
      Add on item but also available for S&S, make it .95$ and free ship
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    • Lone_Prodigy wrote:
      Jan 13th, 2020 9:08 am
      You can subscribe and save for an additional 5-15% off.
      Will I able to lock in the $1 pricing with a subscription? It seems like I can only buy a maximum of 10 per order.
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    • Sgt_Strider wrote:
      Jan 13th, 2020 10:21 pm
      Will I able to lock in the $1 pricing with a subscription? It seems like I can only buy a maximum of 10 per order.
      First shipment is guaranteed at discounted price with that 20% clipped coupon and 5-15% subscribe and save. Subsequent shipments will be at the price at that time.
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    • in for 4 thanks op!
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    • PumpkinPete wrote:
      Jan 13th, 2020 9:27 am
      FYI, these are terrible (for me at least). They do nothing really to prevent or treat chapped lips. I've had way better experiences with Blistex.
      May be you just need to use it more often.
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    • How does this compare with Blistex Lip Medex?
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    • dbdudley wrote:
      Jan 13th, 2020 9:32 am
      They aren't completely useless, imo, but they are definitely one of the least effective I've used in my experience.

      (in fairness though, I'm not talking about this exact product - I am using Nivea Hydro Care which I imagine is very similar)
      I use the Hydro Care stick and it seems to work well as long as I keep using it. I find I have to apply more nearly every hour though.
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    • sunnysidesolutions wrote:
      Jan 14th, 2020 1:13 am
      I use the Hydro Care stick and it seems to work well as long as I keep using it. I find I have to apply more nearly every hour though.
      You know what? That's fair. It works for a short time, but does require several reapplications.
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    • sunnysidesolutions wrote:
      Jan 14th, 2020 1:13 am
      I use the Hydro Care stick and it seems to work well as long as I keep using it. I find I have to apply more nearly every hour though.
      Yeah I have notice the same thing. I now use the blue one (essential) instead of the light blue (hydro care) and I don't need to apply as much.
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    • Why is it for men only? Women have different lips?
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    • Gee wrote:
      Jan 14th, 2020 12:41 pm
      Why is it for men only? Women have different lips?
      lol yeah that's such unnecessary labeling... they should just say gloss free, scent free or whatever. Just market it as "SIMPLE AF LIP BALM"
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