USDA Certified
USDA Organic

Lip Balm, Black Raspberry

Item# : 403192
Our over-sized Lip Balm quickly brings relief and restores moisture to dry, chapped lips with a single swipe.
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8 g
  • Ingredients
    • Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil (Emollient)
    • Cera Alba (Beeswax) (Emulsifier)
    • Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil (Emollient/Skin Conditioner/Moisturiser
    • Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter - Organic Shea Butter (Skin Conditioner/Viscosity Control)
    • Natural Flavours (Flavouring Agent in Oral Care Products)
    • Tocopherol (Natural Vitamin E - Antioxidant/Skin Conditioner)
  • Problem & Solution


    Dry, chapped lips are unattractive and can sometimes hurt, making laughing, smiling and even eating uncomfortable. Lip balms can help, but contain harmful parabens, petrolatum and/or synthetic colours and dyes—allowing for the easy absorption of harmful toxins into your bloodstream. 


    Our over-sized Lip Balm quickly brings relief and restores moisture to dry, chapped lips with a single swipe. Your whole family will love it and it contains absolutely no harmful chemicals—giving you even more to smile about!

  • How To Use
    • Apply to lips at least twice a day after you eat or brush your teeth
    • Can be worn alone or under lip colour.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Formulated with rich emollients such as USDA certified organic Sunflower Seed Oil, Castor Seed Oil and Shea Butter to moisturise, soothe and condition dry, chapped lips
    • USDA certified organic natural Beeswax offers a moisturising, velvety texture
    • Moisturising formula provides a soothing barrier to hydrate, nourish and protect
    • Provides fast relief for dry, chapped lips 
    • Larger size lasts longer than most typical lip balms
    • Wider surface area offers quicker application
  • Did You Know?
    • Your lips do not have natural oil glands like the rest of your skin, which can cause them to become dry easily.
    • Snoring can cause lips to become dehydrated, due to the continuous flow of breath across them as you sleep.
    • Some refining methods of petrolatum (petroleum jelly) use toxic compounds. Petrolatum is a common ingredient in many typical lip products.