Our natural lip balms are a great way to keep your lips smooth and protected against the elements. But did you know that’s not all? With Beeswax, Honey, Rapeseed and Camelina Oil, the lip balms have anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antiseptic properties and offer healing benefits to all skin, especially sensitive skin.
For those of you who love a product that does more than one thing, our lip balms are versatile and can be used for a number of different applications.
One of the most common additional uses for our natural lip balms is for keeping the hard skin around your nails supple and soft, encouraging healthy nail growth and helping to prevent infection and hangnails. Simply apply a small amount of the lip balm to your cuticles and massage it in to keep them healthy.
Dry Skin Soother
Use the lip balm on dry, rough skin patches like elbows, knees, or heels. The natural emollients, including Camelina Oil and Rapeseed Oil, can provide relief and hydration. The anti-inflammatory properties of honey may help soothe minor skin irritations, making the lip balm also useful for things like chafed skin or mild rashes.
Hair and Eyebrows
Applying a small amount of lip balm to flyaway or frizzy hair or unruly eyebrows will add a smooth texture and help keep your hair in place. The beeswax-based lip balm with Camelina Oil and Rapeseed Oil can also help shape and hold your brows in place for a last-minute DIY brow shape.
Heel and Foot Balm
Apply the lip balm to dry, cracked heels or feet to moisturise and soften the skin. The anti-inflammatory properties of honey will help soothe the broken skin, and Camelina Oil and Rapeseed Oil can contribute to skin nourishment.
If you dab a tiny amount of the lip balm on your cheekbones, you can achieve a subtle, natural-looking highlight. The beeswax, Camelina Oil, and Rapeseed Oil can add a soft sheen to your skin.
As you can see, our lip balms, with their natural ingredients, are versatile and offer you great value for money, with a little going a long way. Like any skincare product, it’s worth doing a small patch test first if you have never used them. Still, the natural ingredients mean they have been designed for a wide range of skin types, especially sensitive skin.