Chub Rub is a cosmetic stick for women that looks like a stick of deodorant, but it has actually been designed to prevent chafing between the thighs and elsewhere on the body. It's specified that the stick's formula, which is to be rubbed directly on the skin, is made up of all-natural ingredients and is free of chemicals (including parabens). In each set of Chub Rub sticks, you'll get two identical sticks, which should fit into the majority of handbags for travel purposes.
The cost of Chub Rub is $19.95 plus $4.95 shipping for a total price of $24.90.
To make use of one of your Chub Rub sticks, you'll have to open it up and rub it gently onto your skin. While it's been designed mainly for use on the inner thighs, you might also opt to rub some under your arms or under your bust to help prevent chafing there. This may be less common, but it can be used on the neck and stomach, too, if you experience chafing in those areas. As you apply the solution to your skin, you'll notice that its appearance is transparent and discreet.
Since this anti-chafe solution isn't greasy and won't stain your clothing, you can put any garments on right after you've applied it to your skin, including dresses, athletic wear, or business wear. You can even put a swimsuit on overtop of it if you're going to be lounging around on the beach or by the pool.
No matter what you're wearing or doing, you'll likely be able to enjoy a totally chafe-free day after one application of Chub Rub, as each application should last for hours. The only thing that may cancel its effects is getting into water because the formula might end up being washed off. You won't need to worry about washing it off at night if you're not going to shower or bathe until the morning, though, as it won't stain your pajamas.
Each Chub Rub stick is made up of four key ingredients, including aloe, shea butter, Vitamin E, and organic coconut oil. Together, these ingredients will moisturize your skin, so less friction will occur when one piece of skin comes in contact with another (or a piece of clothing). In turn, due to this lack of friction, painful chafe marks that may make it difficult to walk, move, or sit comfortably should not appear. This moisturizing solution has been engineered to work effectively with bare skin or skin that's covered by tight or loose clothing.
Through a combination of research and testing, Chub Rub has been deemed suitable for all women, including teenage girls and pregnant women. A woman of any size may experience skin chafing, but larger or curvier women may find a stick like this to be especially beneficial. Although it's always best to have your own stick, you'll be able to use one that belongs to another woman from your household, if yours isn't ready at hand.
At about the same size as a standard stick of deodorant, each stick of Chub Rub will fit into almost any handbag, backpack, or suitcase. Aside from longer trips, that means you'll be able to carry one of your sticks to work or school and use it whenever you feel like your skin is getting sweaty or otherwise irritated. If you stash one stick in your vehicle's glove compartment, you can even pull it out and use it in the car before you go into the grocery store.
This anti-chafing formula isn't a messy one, as it's not greasy or liquified, and you won't have to touch it with your hands. Instead, you'll be able to hang onto the plastic container and glide the solution along your skin without putting your fingers into it at all. Plus, besides not staining your clothes, its transparent shade won't leave any unwanted color behind on your skin for you to scrub off.
Most users will likely find the smell of this anti-chafing stick pleasant, as it'll emit the fragrances of coconut oil and nutty-scented shea butter. Since each one won't contain any harsh chemicals, you certainly shouldn't smell a chemical or medicinal smell as you use it.
It's safe to apply Chub Rub every day, and if you feel the need to, you can actually use it as many times a day as you'd like. Using it frequently probably won't irritate your skin, because of the lack of chemicals in the formula, but if you ever notice that it does, just cut back on your use a bit.
When it's hot out, women tend to wear more dresses and skirts, which means that bare skin tends to rub against bare skin more often than it would in the winter. Add the sweat that most people produce in the summer, and you have the ideal conditions for a lot of irritating chafe marks, especially if you're going to be doing a great deal of walking. Fortunately, however, if you apply Chub Rub to your inner thighs (and perhaps other areas of your body) before you walk or exercise in the sun, your experience should be virtually chafe-free.
As alluded to above, it's safe to use this solution on nearly any body part, aside from the face and genitals. If you like to wear thong sandals in the summer but find that the straps irritate your feet, adding a bit of this solution to the top of each foot might help prevent this problem.
While Chub Rub hasn't been designed for men, since men tend not to experience the same type of skin chafing as women do, it's safe for them to use. If you're a man who is having problems with chafing skin between your legs or under your arms or stomach, there's nothing wrong with using one of these sticks to treat the issue.
If you don't have a stick of this anti-chafing solution, you might spend many minutes treating chafed skin with greasy creams at the beginning or end of each day. Along the same lines, you may waste even more valuable minutes waiting for those creams to dry before you put on clothing or pajamas, so you don't stain your garments. On the other hand, if you start using Chub Rub, you'll be able to apply it and put your clothing on in seconds, so that you can get on with your day (or night). Furthermore, you'll likely be able to drop the daily cream routine, as your irritated patches of skin will probably disappear after several days of use.
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