1.000.000.000 (One Billion) lipstick plastic tubes are discarded each year, ending up in landfills.
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An ultra-hydrating zero waste lip balm made of organic toxic-free oils to protect and moisturize lips. All of the ingredients are plant-based and selected for their protective and hydrating qualities. Cacao and Mango butter make this zero waste lip balm smoother, thicker, and longer-lasting. No scent is added, the natural scent of this lip balm is light cacao. This zero waste lip balm packaging is made out of a paper tube, 100% compostable - a great sustainable vegan & plastic-free beauty product.
This zero-waste lip balm is available in 2 colors:
1. Rouge - tinted lip balm that gives lips a naturally moisturized "warm flushed" look.
2. Bare - tinted lip balm that gives lips a shiny hydrated look.
How to use: Push up gently from the bottom and apply directly to the lips.
Ingredients: *Coconut Oil, Macadamia Nut Oil, Candelilla Wax, *Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Mango Seed Butter, Tocopherol (Vitamin E, made from wheat germ), Mica, Iron Oxide.
*Certified Organic; Net Weight .25 oz / 7g
Zero Waste Lip Balm
It feels like silk when I apply it! I bought the rouge tinted balm. The color is very faint.
I like the packaging but I have to re-apply the balm too often. The tinted balm was gritty therefore I probably won’t use it much.
Love this lip balm. Goes on easy and has a nice gloss. Doesn't seem to self perpetuate like Burts Beez always did for me. And of course, in the effort to get plastic products out of my bathroom this makes me feel better about what I'm putting back into the environment and about what I'm putting on my skin. Will buy again!
The lip balm (rouge tint) has lasted me for about 4 months. It’s easy to push and glide with a finger or a pen. Love that rouge color, gives me a nice pink-reddish color.
Still a little expensive than I would spend on lip balm, but I definitely found it was great quality.
With repeated use the texture gets a little grainy, but I don’t mind that.
Looking forward to composting it!