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1  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / fixing bad-tasting lip balm on: June 08, 2004 08:37:01 PM
The topic title may be misleading, but I have a question. I bought some cheap lip balm with a spf of 30. It tastes awful! I want to add a little flavor and color. If I melt the lip balm down, would I be ruining the spf? Is there a good flavoring that covers a really bad flavoring? Any input ya'll have would be much appreciated. Thanks.

Edited: I  changed the topic title (the old title was "SPF in lip balm") because no one seemed to be reading this post. Maybe this title will shake things up.
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