ChapStick

Chap Stick
ChapStick is a brand name of lip balm manufactured by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare and used in many countries worldwide.wikipedia
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Generic trademark

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Due to its popularity, the term has become a genericized trademark.
Thermos, Kleenex, ChapStick, Aspirin, Dumpster, Band-Aid, Velcro, Hoover, Jet Ski and Speedo are examples of trademarks that have become genericized in the US and elsewhere.

Carmex

Its main competitors in the US, Carmex and Blistex, also use the popular lipstick-style tube for their lip balm products.
In 1989 it began producing it in stick form which had been the longtime form factor for ChapStick and Blistex, Carma's major competitors in the lip balm market.

Charles Browne Fleet

C.B. Fleet CompanyFleetFleet Laboratories
In the early 1880s, Dr. Charles Browne Fleet, a physician and pharmacological thinker from Lynchburg, Virginia, invented ChapStick as a lip balm.
Charles Browne Fleet (September 18, 1843 – May 12, 1916) (Caroline Virginia) was a pharmacist and inventor of the laxative and chapstick.

Frank Wright Jr.

In 1935, Frank Wright, Jr., a commercial artist from Lynchburg, VA, was commissioned to design the CHET ChapStick logo that is still in use today.
A native of Madison Heights, Virginia, he was perhaps best known for designing the ChapStick logo (circa 1936).

Lip balm

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ChapStick is a brand name of lip balm manufactured by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare and used in many countries worldwide.
ChapStick

Wyeth

American Home ProductsWyeth PharmaceuticalsA.H. Robins
AHP later changed its name to Wyeth.
In negotiations that lasted from 1986 to 1989, AHP acquired A.H. Robins which had been driven into bankruptcy by litigation over Dalkon Shield, and which also sold Reglan, Robitussin, ChapStick, and Dimetapp, and merging it into its Whitehall unit to establish its Whitehall-Robins Division.

Suzy Chaffee

US Olympic skier Suzy Chaffee starred in ChapStick television commercials in which she dubbed herself "Suzy ChapStick".
She is perhaps best known by the nickname, Suzy Chapstick, from the 1970s, when she was a spokesperson for ChapStick lip balm.

Julius Erving

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Another very famous ChapStick advertisement includes basketball legend Julius Erving (commonly known as Dr. J) naming himself Dr. ChapStick and telling young children about the great things that ChapStick can do.
It was at this time that he appeared in television commercials urging young fans asking for his autograph in an airport to refer to him henceforth as "Dr. Chapstick".

Picabo Street

Former ski racer Picabo Street, for a time, was seen on television commercials as one of the company's endorsers.
In the late 1990s, after her success at the 1998 Winter Olympics, Street became a spokeswoman for a variety of products, including the soft drink Mountain Dew and ChapStick-brand lip balm.

Brand

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ChapStick is a brand name of lip balm manufactured by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare and used in many countries worldwide.

Pfizer

Pfizer Inc.Warner-LambertPfizer Inc
ChapStick is a brand name of lip balm manufactured by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare and used in many countries worldwide.

Cheilitis

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It is intended to help treat and prevent chapped lips, hence the name.

Registered trademark symbol

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However, the term is still a registered trademark, with rights exclusively owned by Pfizer.

Blistex, Incorporated

Blistex, Blistex
Its main competitors in the US, Carmex and Blistex, also use the popular lipstick-style tube for their lip balm products.

Lypsyl

In Iceland and in the United Kingdom, the product's main competitor is Lypsyl, made by Novartis Consumer Health and distributed in similar packaging to ChapStick.

Novartis

CibaSandozCiba-Geigy
In Iceland and in the United Kingdom, the product's main competitor is Lypsyl, made by Novartis Consumer Health and distributed in similar packaging to ChapStick.

Lynchburg, Virginia

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In the early 1880s, Dr. Charles Browne Fleet, a physician and pharmacological thinker from Lynchburg, Virginia, invented ChapStick as a lip balm.

Camphor

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Any given flavor of ChapStick may contain camphor, beeswax, menthol, petrolatum, phenol, vitamin E, aloe, and oxybenzone.

Beeswax

waxbees waxbee wax
Any given flavor of ChapStick may contain camphor, beeswax, menthol, petrolatum, phenol, vitamin E, aloe, and oxybenzone.

Menthol

neomenthol(–)-mentholmentholated
Any given flavor of ChapStick may contain camphor, beeswax, menthol, petrolatum, phenol, vitamin E, aloe, and oxybenzone.

Petroleum jelly

petrolatumwhite petrolatumparaffin
Any given flavor of ChapStick may contain camphor, beeswax, menthol, petrolatum, phenol, vitamin E, aloe, and oxybenzone.

Phenol

carbolic acidphenoxidephenolate
Any given flavor of ChapStick may contain camphor, beeswax, menthol, petrolatum, phenol, vitamin E, aloe, and oxybenzone.

Vitamin E

EVitamins EE vitamins
Any given flavor of ChapStick may contain camphor, beeswax, menthol, petrolatum, phenol, vitamin E, aloe, and oxybenzone.

Aloe

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Any given flavor of ChapStick may contain camphor, beeswax, menthol, petrolatum, phenol, vitamin E, aloe, and oxybenzone.

Oxybenzone

Any given flavor of ChapStick may contain camphor, beeswax, menthol, petrolatum, phenol, vitamin E, aloe, and oxybenzone.