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Item Details: A cooling lip balm, which uses natural products and high-quality essential oils, in the form of perfect peppermint. This soothing lip balm will help to protect your lips. It has been blended by a qualified aromatherapist and I have also infused lemon balm into an apricot kernel oil, grown in my very own garden to make this lip balm extra special.


Ingredients: Peppermint (Mentha pipertia), Natural Beeswax, Calendula officinalis infused in Apricot Kernel (Prunus armeniaca) Carrier Oil, Organic Shea Nut Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii)


Item Overview: Handmade by a qualified aromatherapist. Only dispatched to the United Kingdom from Lincolnshire. Each 15ml lip balm is hand blended in small amounts and made of 100% natural ingredients.


Directions of use: Apply as needed to create a protective barrier and super soft lips.


Warnings: Lip balms can melt or change texture in warm conditions. Keep in a cool dry place. Apply a small amount initially to ensure no allergic reactions or sensitivities. Not to be used by children or pregnant women.


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Cooling Peppermint & Lemon Balm Lip Balm

SKU: 105
  • This cooling peppermint and lemon balm lip balm has been creatd using 100% natural ingredients. I grow herbs and flowers in my garden to add to my aromatherapy products. Along with peppermint essential oil, I have infused my homegrown lemon balm into an apricot carrier oil and used this in my lip balm recipe. A gorgeous combination.

    I am passionate about supporting mental health through my aromatherapy. One of the best ways to help your mental health is to surround yourself in nature. Along with your lip balm, you will also receive a packet of lemon balm seeds. A little nudge from me to you, to encourage you to get outside and breath in fresh air. This gorgeous herb can be grown in your garden or in a pot. Once fully grown you can also make your own infused lemon balm oil. Check out my recipe via the Sage and Bellflower blog!

    Love Kirsty x

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