Engineered by Nature
$4.00 per lip balm or $40.00/ dozen
Aloe, Olive Oil, Beeswax and Vitamin E.
Great for those who do not wish to have a flavor on their lips, fantastic moisturizing effect. Acting as a surfactant, beeswax, when blended into cold creams and other skin lotions, forms a protective barrier on the surface of the skin.
People who regularly experience dry skin, even after winter can make use of this oil to get rid of the dryness. Vitamin E oil reduces dryness and flakiness. One can apply it specifically on dry areas and see how it performs. After regular application for few weeks. Vitamin E concentration in skin may increase and one may not have dry skin at all, even after withdrawing the use of Vitamin E oil, which is great.
Vitamin E oil can make skin look a bit more radiant.
One of the most profound benefits of olive oil for skin care is how quickly and easily it softens dry skin.
The simple way to use olive oil, is to simply rub it on your body after your shower. It takes a little while to be absorbed completely so make sure you give yourself time before getting dressed.
You can speed up the absorption by adding a little aloe vera. This improves the absorption of any oil into your skin. It will also take the oil a little bit deeper than it would go on its own.
Part of why Olive Oil is so powerful is because it’s a “humectant” which means that it draws moisture into your skin. Another one of the major benefits of olive oil skin care is its effect on wrinkles – it can actually help to prevent them with its antioxidant super powers.
Peppermint and Aloe
Aloe, olive oil, Beeswax, vitamin E and Peppermint
Our peppermint and aloe lip balm comes down to the basics. Soothing your lips, healing the cracks and the chap caused by sun or cold. The aloe aids the healing process leaving your lips feeling softer and refreshed.
Peppermint oil helps heal cracked lips, and this is the reason why this oil is an active ingredient in lip balm and lip glosses. The oil has a soothing effect (because of menthol that’s present in it), and so can be used on wind-chapped or sun-burnt lips as it will give a cooling and refreshing effect on the skin.
Chamomile & Honey
Aloe, Olive Oil, Beeswax, vitamin E, Honey and Chamomile essential oil.
Who doesn’t love a nice warm comforting cup of chamomile tea on those fall days. our lips balm contains the comforting effects of chamomile and the sweetness of real honey, we know you will enjoy it.
Honey is said to have anti aging properties, as well as being a *humectant; having the ability to attract and retain moisture, and to rebuild the moisture level in the skin without making it oily. it can be therefore used as a skin softener and in anti aging products. Honey will absorb moisture once exposed to air.
Chamomile benefits start with antioxidants that are associated with better immune function; lower rates of mood disorders; reduced pain and swelling; and healthier skin, hair, nails, teeth and eyes.
Apple and Cinnamon ( Holiday Blend Nov – Feb )
Aloe, Olive Oil, Beeswax, Vitamin E, Essence of Apple and Cinnamon essential Oil
The smell of the holidays, a floral scent of crisp green Apple, blended with cinnamon essential oil. This lip balm also has a slight lip plumping side effect which will work well for those Holiday parties.
Cinnamon essential oil is highly respected for its antiseptic properties, creating a warm uplifting feeling the skin. This lip balm can be used as a natural lip plumper.
Aloe, Olive Oil, Beeswax, Vitamin E, Coconut oil and Lime Oil
We have literally created a lip balm that smells exactly like a margarita, it smells so good that you will want to eat it, and even though you could because we do not use anything that would harm you, we do state that it for external use only. So though it is tempting just say no to eating it.
Traditionally, coconut oil has been praised and popularized for its anti-aging properties. Like coconuts themselves, coconut oil is rich in many proteins. These proteins keep skin healthy and rejuvenated, both internally and externally. Proteins also contribute to cellular health and tissue repair, along with a wide range of other essential activities within the body. For any damaged cells on or near the skin, a healthy of flow of proteins guarantees their replacement at a normal rate, whereas people with protein-deficient diets heal slower and often develop more obvious scars due to the extended healing time.
Lime is full of antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients, as is its essential oil. Lime essential oil can cure infections, protect against their development, and also contains antiseptic properties.When applied externally, it protects the skin and wounds from infections and helps them to heal quickly.
Aloe, Olive Oil, Beeswax, Vitamin E, Bergamont Essential Oil and Black Tea.
Yes we have made a lip balm that smells just like a nice warm cup of earl grey tea, which just happens to be my favorite tea in the world.
Bergamont creates a feeling of freshness, joy, and energy in cases of sadness and depression by improving the circulation of the blood. Bergamonts refreshing aroma and disinfectant properties, which inhibit the growth of germs causing body-odor, make it an effective and attractive delivery system as a deodorant. The sweet citrus smell is both relaxing and soothing. Bergamont is also a Cicatrisant, meaning it has a property or an agent which helps scars and other marks on the skin to disappear. It also makes the distribution of pigments and melanin even and uniform, resulting in the fading away of marks and an even, attractive skin tone. This essential oil is commonly used to eliminate the unsightly effects of acne, which can leave noticeable scars and marks on the affected areas for many years.
Black tea is considered good for your skin. Black tea is rich in vitamins B2, C and E, minerals such as magnesium, potassium and zinc, and some essential polyphenols and tannin. Thus, its nutritional value makes it beneficial for the skin in many ways.