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Lip balm flavors change while you kiss

By Michelle

No matter what you call it, kissing is awesome. But let’s be honest, sometimes it’s not so great. From chapped lips to a funky taste you can’t quite put your finger on (tuna fish, maybe?), there’s a lot that can go wrong while you’re snogging. What if there was a product that could improve your make-out sessions and even make them more exciting.

Here comes Kisstixx, a new product advertised as “the best thing to happen to kissing since the French got their lips on it.” Made in America by two college buddies from Utah, Kisstixx is a set of two compatible lip balms that combine to create a chemical flavor reaction.

Kisstixx has been rapidly gaining popularity since the company’s humble beginnings in a college dorm in Utah and has expanded to Osaka’s specialty cosmetics company, Make Up, as of Sept 15.

The best thing about Kisstixx is that you get two tubes of lip balm in one pack. Your partner wears one flavor and you wear the other complementary flavor. The lip balm is delicious on its own, but when the two flavors combine, they heat up and create a tingling sensation. “It’s all the about making your next kiss into an EXPERIENCE! Mix and match to your hearts content” boasts the Kisstixx Facebook page.

Kisstixx comes in 6 different flavor combinations: Raspberry & Lemonade, Strawberry Daiquiri & Pina Colada, Fire & Ice, Peaches & Cream, Sweet & Sour, and Strawberry & Chocolate. Each pair of lip balm is SPF15 and costs 735 yen.

A unique kissing experience at a reasonable price; why not spice up your next game of tonsil hockey with a pair of Kisstixx lip balm.

© RocketNews24

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I need to test samples before buying in the store. Where's customer service?

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Tonsil hockey?

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This sounds exciting: "When the two flavors combine, they heat up and create a tingling sensation." But the article doesn't say "where" the tingling sensation is. And how long does this tingling sensation last? And once it starts, how do you get rid of it?

Guess there's only one way to find out: buy a tube of each flavor and try it out on your partner. But better avoid the "Sweet & Sour." That doesn't sound too tingly ...

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If only I can get my bf to wear a lip balm.

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Locking lips for flavor? Yuck.

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hopefully this would encourage the J youths to be more " aggressive " and hit homerun, just saying.

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