I, too, am a lip balm addict, and I love anything lime-flavored. Limes remind me of all the times I’ve visited Thailand and Florida. The W.S. Badger Company make great lip balms and body salves. In the past, I have bought a lot of their salves and rubs for co-workers, friends, and family. I bought the Lime Rocket and Poetic Pomegranate lip balms at Rollin’ Oats Market and Cafe in St. Petersburg, Florida last year for some of my friends and myself. This Lime Rocket lip balm feels and tastes great. The lime fragrance is very pleasing, and the taste is pleasant. This lip balm applies very smoothly on the lips. There’s no stickiness or wax feeling. This lip balm is Fair Trade and Certified Organic. This lip balm has extra virgin olive oil, fair trade certified cocoa butter, beeswax, castor oil, essential oils of lime, litsea cubeba, tangerine, aloe vera extract, and CO2 extracts of rosehip and seabuckthorn berry. I really like the size of this lip balm tube – it’s .25 oz, and well worth the money. The size of this lip balm tube is the equivalent of Mission Skincare’s Acai Lemonade Mega Balm lip balm, which I will review later. The biggest lip balm I own is Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula with Vitamin E Swivel Stick .5 oz tube, which I will review later as well. Most of the lip balm tubes sized .25 oz and above have been well worth the money. Anyways, it’s the cocoa butter that stands out in this lip balm. The cocoa butter really softens your lips. Another lip balm I highly recommend besides any of the W.S. Badger Company lip balms, Mission Skincare lip balms, and Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula lip balm is Thistle Farms’ lip smoothie. I highly recommend buying any product from Thistle Farms – product purchases and donations help the women who work at Thistle Farms in Tennessee, an organization/company that has ran for ten years and that has helped women freeing themselves from violence, addiction, etc. I’m highly supportive of buying products that help people get back on their feet, so if you buy products such as their lip smoothies or Sandal Survival Kit, with celebrities such as Kelly Clarkson, singer Julie Roberts, Reba McEntire, Jordin Sparks, Jane Pauley, Nancy Lieberman, etc. supporting them – check out Thistle Farms’ Facebook page to see what I mean, then that’s great. Anyways, in early June, when my sister and I stopped at a Greenlife Grocery store in Chattanooga, Tennessee, I bought Thistle Farms lip smoothies for some of my friends and myself. Some of the ingredients in their lip smoothies include almond oil, coconut oil, shea butter, castor oil, cocoa butter, etc. If you want a great lip balm, Thistle Farms’ lip smoothie fits the bill. Also, if you want another great lip balm that has a lime taste to it, try 423balm’s Patchouli Lime Lip and Body Balm. 423balm is a Chattanooga, Tennessee-based company. You can check out 423balm via their website. I first bought 423balm’s Patchouli Lime Lip and Body Balm when I also visited Greenlife Grocery in Chattanooga, Tennessee last year. They have lip and body balms in Tangerine Sage, Green Tea, Rosemary Lemongrass, and Sage Mint. I bought some 423balm products for my co-workers and friends, and they loved the 423balm products. Anyways, 423balm’s Patchouli Lime smells and feels great when applied to lip and body. My verdict: if you want to own some excellent lip balms, try W.S. Badger Co.’s Lime Rocket and Poetic Pomegranate lip balms. Like their slogan says, their lip balms truly feel like “a little magic for your lips”.