Here’s our collection of vintage Lip Smackers ads, featuring delish fruity flavors (like a drool-worthy watermelon!) and those of popular sodas, including Dr Pepper, Crush orange soda, Hires Root Beer and 7-Up.
Bonne Bell brings you a fresh crop of flavors
Wild raspberry, watermelon, cherry, orange chocolate, banana, peach, strawberry, grape
I’m crackers over Lip Smackers! (1983)
Bonne Bell brings you Lip-Smackers, the humongous lip gloss with super shiny moisturizers and flavor — flavor — flavor! Just two and a half smackeroos will get you one giant Lip-Smacker or three mini sizes in different flavors. Either way, your lips are gonna love them.
Come to Lip-Smacker land. (1970s)
It’s a yum-yum place where you’ll find 32 of the smackingest flavors under the sun. Among them are the uncontested favorite American flavors that only come from Bonne Bell. And where is Lip-Smacker land? Anyplace you go where Lip-Smackers are. Goodness knows it’s just about anywhere. And it costs only 2 and a half smackers to get your very own, 4-times-bigger-than-ordinary lip gloss, with the special moisturizers and super sheen. Come to Lip-Smacker land. We’re always making a new batch.
America’s famous flavors. Only Bonne Bell’s got ’em. (c1975)
Hooray for Lip-Smackers! Not only are they the original humongous lip gloss, but they’re the niftiest, too.
Where else could you get the likes of Dr Pepper, Hires Root Beer, Orange Crush, 7Up, Tootsie Roll, Good And Plenty and Lemon Tree? Nowhere else. Because Bonne Bell’s got ’em and nobody else can get ’em.
Bonne Bell brings you a little Dr Pepper. (c1976)
Wait till you wet your lips with Bonne Bell’s new Dr Pepper Lip Smacker. It’s the super shiny lip gloss with lip-smacking flavor… just like the world’s most original soft drink. And it’s Bonne Bell quality, so it’s soothing and protective. It even had a sunscreen. Just what the doctor ordered for dry lips. In the roly poly Lip Smacker size, it’s four times bigger than any other lip gloss. $2.50. From Bonne Bell of course: the cosmetics company that understands your taste.
New Lip Smackers by Bonne Bell (1980s)
Never have there been lip glosses like these. Plump, juicy Lip Smackers. In the kind of flavors that take first prize at the county fair. Crisp cool watermelon. The wildest raspberry. The sweetest peach. A whole basketful of fresh taste treats, all lip-smacking good.
How un-sweet it is! (1974)
New Sour Grapes. The pucker-up Lip-Smacker.
Lip Smackers 7-Up flavor (1976)
Give him a Lip-Smacker smack
Flavors, flavors. That’s what Lip-Smackers have.