While the heavy rain drops pour on the other side of our windows, and cold mornings require scarfs and caps, we become more and more addicted to products that will help us endure anything this cold winter throws at us. As our old ones would say… we need balms for our soul as well as we need balms for our body… and we can add – don’t forget your lips.

When we leave our house in rush some of the things, we tend to just throw in our bag are keys, wallet and your phone of course… oh and don’t forget your lip balm. To be precise, a few of them. Ring any bells? We have to make sure we always keep one of those around with us, at all times.

Here is a little bit of trivia for you, your lip skin is a lot thinner than your face skin. Which logically means that it has a much harder battle to fight against a cold winter wind and temperatures in regard to other parts of your face that are covered in thicker skin. So, you could say that lip skin is more prone to aging and being wrinkly.

So that is way our lips need a special care. Some sort of protective layer that keeps it safe from being dry. Lip balm gives you a few upsides when it comes to our lip care. Lip balm protects our lips from being dry, stops any harmful materials from coming into our system, can be a great foundation for a lip gloss or a lipstick, nourishes our body with the right supplements, decreases early signs of aging, keeps your lips smooth… we don’t want to start about those kisses right now!

Our balms can be used for lip nurture, and nurture for other parts of your skin.

It is important to say that our lip balms are free from mineral oils, preservatives, synthetic fragrances and dyes. For dry and chapped lips, we recommend chamomile balm. This balm contains grape seed oil, calendula macerate, shea butter and chamomile essential oil. It has a beneficial effect on dry and sensitive skin. On the other hand, if you want to revitalize your lips with a lip balm that stimulates and refreshes your lip skin, we suggest orange balm. This balm contains grape seed oil, calendula macerate, shea butter and sweet orange essential oil. The sweet orange essential oil has a beneficial effect on oily and problematic skin, it makes it smooth and shiny.

Grape seed oil is rich in vitamins, minerals, linoleic acid and other essential fatty acids which strengthen the skin’s protective barrier and help with hydration. Shea butter is also called “African Gold”, and for centuries it has been used due to its skin protective properties, deep hydration and regeneration.  The lipid extract of the calendula flower contains active substances from the calendula flower, which encourage skin renewal.

Fall has slowly been leaving and another beautiful winter is ahead. Before you know it, you will be under a mistletoe kissing someone! So – be as ready as you can be!


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