Click to see the adorable results.
Formulated to alleviate dry, cracked noses (particularly a problem for bulldogs, pugs and terriers), this balm contains shea butter, sweet almond oil and jojoba seed oil.
Intrigued, we asked MORE staffers to give Snoutstick a try on their pups at home. Click on to see their results...
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Editorial assistant Jamie Miles's pug Cosette thought the nosebalm was good enough to eat.
Fashion market director Tara Dolan found Duncan was bored by the testing.
Accessories editor Becky MacCurtain says her pug Gup was wary of the nose balm.
Associate beauty editor Nikki Ostasiewski let beagle-mix Rosie try Snoutstik—which she promptly licked right off.
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