Sun Protection Lip Balm – Nirvana Natural

£6.00

9.4g

A zero waste sun protection (SPF 12) lip balm in a cardboard tube.

  • Vegan (beeswax free)
  • Plastic free, biodegradable packaging
  • ¬†Palm oil free
  • Larger than standard plastic lip balms

In stock

Description

A luxurious lip balm with SPF 12 sun protection.

This balm uses a blend of organic red raspberry seed oil along with non-nano zinc oxide which act together to form a superior non-toxic sun barrier with SPF 12.

Protect and nourish your lips.

The lip balm is made using two types of Shea Butter; West African Shea Butter for its rich texture, high fatty acids and high Vitamin A content and highly prized, but rarer, East African Shea Butter also know as Nilotica. This Shea Butter has a higher olein content and is richer in anti-oxidants and skin enriching nourishment with a silky smooth texture.

All these ingredients blend together to create a luxuriously nourishing lip balm that cares for and protects your lips. The balm glides on smoothly, without being waxy or heavy.

Hot weather tip

You may find on a hot day if the product melts slightly that the texture may seem very lightly ‘grainy’ this is completely normal and does not effect the performance of the balm. These concentrated ‘grains’ will melt on contact. This happens because the balm is made using the finest wild-crafted, unrefined and non-processed organic ingredients. Nature’s funny like that, perfectly imperfect!

Ingredients

*prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil, euphorbia cerifera (candelilla wax), *theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, **butyrospermum parki (shea) butter, *rubus idaeus (red raspberry) seed oil, caprylic/capric triglyceride; zinc oxide, *salvia hispanica (chia) seed oil, styrax benzoin resin, tocopherol,

*Organic **Sustainably Sourced

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