Balm Balm - Tea Tree Lip Balm
Anti bacterial organic lip balm
Shea butter, sunflower, beeswax, jojoba, calendula & tea tree essential oil, gently melted together to create a solid balm formulation to soothe, moisturise and nourish your lips or anywhere else that might need caring for.
Tea Tree essential oil is antibacterial & antiviral so can help to clear up all sorts of little problems.
Always keep a little pot of Tea Tree Lip Balm handy to dab on spots, stings, cold sores, cuts or grazes. If you catch them early enough you might be pleasantly surprised at the outcome!
Smooth onto chapped, dry lips or any area that needs moisturising and nourishing. For larger areas, scoop out a little more Balm Balm and warm between finger tips then apply.
Try making Tea Tree lip Balm a little stronger to help clear your nose by melting it, adding 2 drops of essential oil and cooling it in the fridge. Rub a little under your nose or on your chest & back.
Add 1 drop of peppermint and 1 drop of eucalyptus essential oil for a vaporicious balm!
More balm balm tips
Skincare: Warm a little Balm Balm between your fingertips until it appears oily. Use underneath foundation or lipstickto allow them to smooth over skin more easily, diluted just enough to give a really natural look. Your own tinted moisturiser or lip gloss.
Cuticles: Rub a little Balm balm into cuticles and nails and leave for a few mintues before gently pushing cuticles down with an orange stick. Balm Balm will soften cuticles & condition nails.
Eyebrows: Are they wild & unruly? Keep them in place with a dab of Balm Balm. Use on hair too.
Eyelashes: Try on your eyelashes & delicate skin around the eyes each evening to condition and nourish as you sleep.
Heels & Elbows: On your feet all day? Hard skin is the result and nothing is a greater reflection of age. Rub Balm Balm into them regularly and notice the difference in just a few days.
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Ingredients are all 100% Organic & 100% Natural
Approved by the Soil Association:
Made in UK
Consumers are becoming more conscious of the ingredients in the cosmetics and personal care products that we are putting on our body. Many cosmetic labels claim that products are “natural,” “healthy,” and “safe,” but the government does not always really define or investigate the use of these terms on personal care and cosmetic labels.
So, what can a consumer look for on a cosmetic label or personal care label to make an informed decision about ingredients? With this topic more popular than ever, we state exactly how organic a product is, if it is certified, and what that certification actually means.
As you can see, we don't sell 100's of brands. The reason for this is that we continue to carefully make a selection of the enormous amount of brands to end up with what we consider to be THE top-quality, high-performing skin care, hair care, makeup, and mom & baby products out there, with the best ingredients nature has to offer, and made by ethical & passionate companies. We hope this will make it easier for you to choose.
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