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Natural Approach Vegan Lemon Myrtle Lip Balm

$8.95
Natural Approach Vegan Lemon Myrtle Lip Balm

Natural Approach Vegan Lemon Myrtle Lip Balm

$8.95
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Life is better with lemons... so why not indulge your lips in our Lemon Myrtle scented lip balm?

Australian Lemon Myrtle gives a refreshing, uplifting aroma to your pout while giving it a zing of citrus - so yummy. It's enriched with jojoba, sunflower, sweet almond oil, and cocoa butter to soften and hydrate your lips.

 Benefits:

  • Encases antioxidants and vitamins to help keep lips nourished.  
  • Vegan friendly. 
  • Easy to apply. 
  • 100% naturally derived ingredients.
  • Comes in a cute reusable & recyclable screw-top tin.
  • No animal testing.

 

Benefits:

  • Encases antioxidants and vitamins to keep lips nourished.  
  • 100% vegan. 
  • Easy to apply. 
  • 100% naturally derived ingredients.

Why you'll love it:

  • Cute reusable & recyclable screw-top tin.
  • No animal testing.

Benefits:

  • Encases antioxidants and vitamins to help keep lips nourished.  
  • Vegan friendly. 
  • Easy to apply. 
  • 100% naturally derived, safe, toxic-free ingredients.
  • Comes in a cute reusable & recyclable screw-top tin.
  • No animal testing.

Application:

  • Use a clean fingertip to apply a thin layer to your lips. Apply as often as required. 

    Ingredients:

    • Sunflower oil* 
    • Sweet almond oil* 
    • Jojoba oil* 
    • Candelilla wax
    • Cocoa butter* 
    • 100% pure essential oil: Lemon Myrtle ( Backhousia citriodora)

    (* indicates certified organic)

    Caution:

    Do not use if you have allergies to any of the ingredients. Please patch test prior to use and discontinue use if irritation occurs.  If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your medical professional prior to use. This is especially important for products containing essential oils. Use product within 12 months of purchase. For external use only.

    Lovingly handcrafted in Regional Australia