Zero Waste Lip Balm
1.000.000.000 (One Billion) lipstick plastic tubes are discarded each year, ending up in landfills.
Opt for better alternatives!
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.
- Compostable/Recyclable Packaging
- Zero Waste
- Palm-Oil Free
- Handmade in USA
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
I have a lot of allergies so was glad to smell the no scent balm. It also has a good mixture of balm for my lips.
Took a little adjustment to hold the tube so the blam doesn't go back into the outer tube,
The Zero Waste Lip Balm is just amazing. I bought the Bare and Rouge one and they are both wonderful. They apply nicely (very smooth) and last just as long, if not longer, than other lip balms I have previously used. The Rouge adds a nice subtle color while keeping my lips hydrated. I love the fact that there is no plastic at all!! So nice to have a great, eco and environmentally friendly product.
A great product - a little too expensive but if we all support these products the cost might just come down (demand and all that!). Buy it! Love it!
I like how it moisturizes my lips and love the packaging. I hate how it runs out pretty quickly but it is still worth it!
Zero Waste Lip Balm