Item Details: This zingy, citrus scented lip balm uses natural products and high-quality essential oils, in the form of sweet orange. This sweet orange lip balm will help to rejuvenate and protect your lips. It has been blended by a qualified aromatherapist and I have also infused calendula flowers into apricot kernel oil, grown in my very own garden to make this lip balm extra special.
Ingredients: Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis), 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. Avoid direct sunlight after use.
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Invigorating Sweet Orange & Calendula Lip Balm
This invigorating sweet orange and calendula 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 sweet orange essential oil, I have infused my homegrown calendula into an apricot carrier oil and used this in my lip balm recipe. A gorgeous combination.
I want to promote good mental health through my aromatherapy, which is why, as well as this lip balm, you will also receive a free packet of calendula seeds. I want to encourage people to get outside in nature. Calendula can be planted directly into your garden or into a pot, this beautiful orange flower will bring bees and butterflies into your garden, along with a bit of happiness too. You can also make your own calendula flower oil once the flowers are fully grown. Check out the Sage and Bellflower blog to see a simple recipe.
Love Kirsty x