organic lip balm in a violet glass pot with roses sea shells plants on rusty red velvet
organic lip balm in a violet glass pot with roses sea shells plants on rusty red velvet
Super Natural organic luxury lip balm
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Super Natural organic luxury lip balm

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All natural organic shea butter lip balm rosehip oil beeswax lip salve. Made from the highest quality luxury natural materials.

A pure natural product bottled in beautiful violet glass pots which looks black but is actually deepest deepest violet and blocks out all light except the ultra violet. This protects your herbs, ointments and preparations from bacteria and light damage.

Ingredients: beeswax, organic Shea butter, kalhari melon seed oil, organic rosehip oil, myrrh, heliachrysys oil
10ml pot of organic luxury balm.



From your lips to god’s ears🌬🎶

Some of the Benefits of the Ingredients:

Beeswax:
The cosmetics industry loves beeswax because not only is it natural and non-toxic, it provides benefits to the skin. When applied to the skin, beeswax forms a protective barrier that helps protect it from environmental assaults, while also holding in moisture and reducing dryness. This is one of the reasons beeswax is often used in lip balms. Unlike ingredients made from petroleum, however, beeswax doesn’t “suffocate” the skin, and won’t clog pores. Some ingredients “attract” water, and beeswax is one of them. When you put it on, you attract water molecules, helping to keep skin hydrated over time and is also a source of vitamin A which is well known for it's benefits to the skin and anti aging.

Shea Butter:
Shea butter is a skin superfood that comes from the seeds of the fruit of the Shea (Karite) tree and that is naturally rich in vitamins A, E and F. It offers UV protection (it is SPF ~6) and provides the skin with essential fatty acids and the nutrients necessary for collagen production.

Shea butter has been used in Africa and many other locations for years to improve skin and hair. Shea butter aids in the skin’s natural collagen production and contains oleic, stearic, palmitic, and linolenic acids that protect and nourish the skin to prevent drying. With long-term use, many people report skin softening and strengthening as well as wrinkle reduction.

Kalahari Melon Seed OIl:
Has an omega-6 essential fatty acid composition that is comparable to Evening Primrose (68% vs 72%). This gives it strong moisturizing and restructuring properties in skincare application. A natural cleanser, Kalahari melon seed oil contains linolenic acid which can help unclog pores and remove excess sebum on the surface of the skin.

The oil also contains antioxidants and vitamins A, C and E help to hydrate and tighten skin, making it appear firmer and reducing the appearance of wrinkles, while also reducing skin inflammation, such as acne.

Rosehip Oil:
Natural exfoliation with rosehip oil can help reduce dullness and leave you with glowing, vibrant skin. That’s because rosehip oil is high in vitamins A and C. Vitamin A, or retinol, encourages skin cell turnover. Vitamin C also aids in cell regeneration, boosting overall radiance. Rosehip has also been shown to inhibit the creation of MMP-1, an enzyme that breaks down collagen in the body. Research supports these benefits, too. In one 2015 study, researchers found that participants who took rosehip powder orally experienced a noticeable increase in skin elasticity. Rosehip is rich in both polyphenols and anthocyanin, which may help reduce inflammation. It also contains vitamin E, an antioxidant known for its anti-inflammatory effects.

Myrrh:
Though it’s perhaps most known for its spicy, fragrant odor, which was traditionally used for embalming the dead, myrrh has also long been used as a natural antiseptic for purification in cleaning wounds and preventing infections. Applying myrrh topically may also support the body in healing skin infections and promote faster healing from wounds and sores.

Helichrysum essential oil:
This oil has been established in various experimental studies to have strong abilities to lower inflammation due to several mechanisms: inflammatory enzyme inhibition, free radical scavenging activity and corticoid-like effects. Some sources report that helichrysum flowers were dried and offered to the Greek gods. Today, it continues to play an important role in the traditional medicine of Mediterranean countries, although its popularity is also spreading around the rest of the world quickly.
Additionally, Helichrysum helps smooth both skin tone and texture, reduces the appearance of fine lines, and its emollient properties help keep skin hydrated. A truly multifaceted essential oil, Helichrysum is also beneficial and for treating sunburns, helping to block UV rays as well as for those with acne, eczema, psoriasis and other skin irritations.