ishga Organic Seaweed Natural Skincare Lip Balm

A protective barrier to soothe, repair and regenerate.

$ 19.00 

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A rich moisturising base of Shea Butter with a light SPF to give daily defence against the damaging effects of UV light, and Organic Beeswax, a natural emollient that keeps the lips soft and creates a protective barrier to soothe, repair and regenerate. Combined with ishga’s unique scent of Bergamot and Lemongrass essential oils to uplift and refresh.

Key Active Ingredients and Benefits

Jojoba Oil – An excellent oil for protecting the lips from water, wind, dirt, cold and all kinds of weather conditions. Locks in moisture.
Shea Butter – The high concentration of natural Vitamins and Fatty Acids makes it incredibly nourishing and moisturizing for skin. It is often used to remedy dry skin and to help protect the skin’s natural oils.
Sweet Almond Oil – Slowly absorbed by the lips and is therefore an excellent lubricant. It combines very well with Jojoba Oil to softens the delicate skin on the lip area.
Organic Castor Oil – A viscous oil with a high fat content renowned for its rich conditioning and lubricating properties to keep chapped skin at bay.
Fucus Serratus Extract – Our seaweed extract is infused into the lip balm formulation using a special process. The seaweed extract contains high levels of natural Antioxidants known as Polyphenols. These Antioxidants provide protection against environmental damage to the skin by neutralising free radicals. Very effective for repairing damaged lips.

Ingredients

Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Seed Oil, Simmondsia Chinesis Seed Oil, Riccinus Communis Seed Oil, Cera Alba, Citrus Bergamia Peel Oil Expressed, Cymbopogon, Citratus Leaf Oil, Aqua, Fucus Serratus Extract, Citral, D-limonene, Linalol, Geraniol, Benzyl Alcohol, Citronellol, Salicylic Acid, Glycerin, Sorbic Acid.

How To Use

Dab one finger into the lip balm and apply evenly to your lips. To keep your lips protected, reapply frequently. Apply first thing in the morning, last thing at night, and every couple of hours during the day.

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