A new reason to hit up the dairy queen
If you have the kind of mom who wiped her lipstick off your cheek every morning, you probably grew up with Udder Cream. The ultra-moisturizing slather, sold in supermarket tubs and claiming to come from an ancient cow farmer's recipe, was a soothing and all-natural way to kill cracked skin.
Now the company's extended their line with a series of lip balms. Called Dr. Hess' Lip Therapy, the tubes come in mint, mango, pomegranite, and a creamy honey fragrance unfairly called "plain."
We tested all four flavors yesterday and they really work to smooth the last of winter's flaky chaps away.
Wear it and kiss til the cows come home.
This story was published on March 23, 2010.