/ Is Climb On worth it?
I think it's worth it. I only use it on consecutive days when my skin is particularly sore, and I've had one bar over a year.
I was in outside the other week and an old lady popped in for some, her dermatologist had recommended as the best thing for skin!
tip juice seems to turn into more of a liquid/balm when applied to the skin and soaks in really well! if my tips are sweating through, i put that on at night going to bed and they wont be in the morning!!!
climb-on keeps it thick greasy texture which is why i pack it into cut etc because it stays there for a good while and takes the edge off if still climbing like a second skin!!!
both great products and last for ages!
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