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Moisturising Lip Balm for Dry Lips (13mL)
These little magic balms were made lovingly to nourish and protect childrens delicate sweet lips
Amazing for adults too!
Comes in an easy-to-use tub, as my experience with lip balms in tubes for little kids hasn't been pleasant. Imagine a curious 3 year-old, twisting the entire tube up and smearing it onto carpets and furniture. Yep... not... nice and not easy to clean at all!
A pot of Avo Lip Butter holds 13mL of magic, which is 2.5 times more than a regular lip balm.
How to use: Apply onto dry lips as often as needed. Suitable for 1 year-old onwards.
Organic Avocado Oil
Avocado Oil is one of the most penetrative of all natural plant oils. Using it in lip balms results in extremely soft and hydrated lips due to its humectant properties that prevent skin from drying.
Organic Coconut Oil
Virgin Coconut Oil has anti-fungal, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties which is used widely to help heal damaged or visible marks of skin disorders. It is very rich in vitamin E that vital to keep skin smooth and protect it against cracking from dryness.
Organic Shea Butter
The high concentration of natural vitamins and fatty acids in Shea Butter makes it incredibly nourishing and moisturising for our skin. It is often used to remedy dry skin and to help protect the skin’s natural oils.
Organic Castor Oil
Castor oil adds that wonderful GLOSS to your lips! It penetrates deep into the skin tissue and its fatty acids help to moisturize the lips. The anti-inflammatory properties of castor oil reduce redness and pain associated with chapped and sunburnt lips.
A natural substance found in honeycomb cells. Beeswax soothes and alleviates the pain brought about dry chapped lips. It also forms a protective layer to prevent further damages from sun and strong wind.
1. What is the shelf-life of this product? Approx. 1.5 years.
2. Tips on how to apply this onto little kids? Girly girls love applying it themselves. Which is the reason why we put these into tubs instead of tubes where they can potentially smear all over their faces (and furniture! Lol)
My youngest daughter isn't into make-up and so we play "Tribal War" pretend games and mummy tells her this is "War Paint" that she must have! Hahaha.. =P