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We’ve had countless customers come to us with their struggle to find a truly vegan, healthy lip balm. Most products are made with beeswax or paraffin wax, which are not only bad for the environment, but they’re extremely toxic for you to use, especially close to your mouth. Thankfully, we found a way.
So, What’s The Problem With Beeswax?
- Beeswax extracts the naturally occurring oils from your lips and brings it to the surface, which gives you the illusion of moisture, but because it eliminates your skin’s natural protection oils, that moisture quickly evaporates out of your skin. Eventually, your lips will become chapped more and more quickly.
And The Problem With Paraffin Wax?
- Paraffin, or mineral oil wax, taken from petrochemical byproducts, is simply not something that should be around and almost inside your mouth.
A complete listing of all of the ingredients in this product. Absolutely nothing left out. Nothing hidden.
- Candelilla Wax
- Palm Standard
- Palm Kernel
- Sweet Almond
- Apricot Kernel
- Essential Oils For Scent (unless unscented) Tangerine, Peppermint, Lemon
- For Scent: Vanilla Infused Oil, which is derived directly from the flowers using natural organic processes and so it’s technically not an essential oil but none the less safe and organic. We use our essential oils and scent oils in a well balanced ratio. Learn more about Natural Scent Oils here.
- Animal Products
- Animal Testing
- Artificial Fragrances
- Gluten Products
- Soy Products
Obviously, pristine super quality ingredients are very important. Every constituent of a skincare product should be either organic or wildcrafted; ours are. Ingredients considered separately should all be what skin readily considers a nutrient source and non threatening; ours are. And lastly formulating an ideal skincare product is a lot more than just randomly assembling a list of good ingredients, it’s understanding the secondary and sometimes tertiary interactions and achieving the ideal ratios, we always do.