Beeswax is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and contributes to softening and re-hydrating dry skin due to its vitamin A content. It forms a protective barrier on the skin’s surface, still allowing it to breathe.
Cocoa Butter is high in fat, allowing it to deliver deep nourishment and moisture to skin.
Virgin Coconut Oil is a powerful moisturizer that helps in the restoration of dry skin. It helps to strengthen skin tissue. It absorbs quickly into the skin.
Mango Butter is an emollient rich moisturizer that contain vitamins A, C and E.
Rosehip Oil offers several benefits to the skin due to its primary constituents: essential fatty acids, vitamin E, vitamin C and B-carotene, a form of vitamin A. It has the ability to penetrate into deeper layers of skin and stimulate collagen production.
Shea Butter is deeply moisturizing with a high content of vitamin A. It works to soothe dry, thirsty skin and has the ability to assist with a variety of skin ailments.
Vitamin E is both a nutrient and an antioxidant. Protects against free radicals and other environmental damaging effects.
Note: If a Sacred Lips lip balm ingredient is difficult to source due to seasonal availability, I will try my best to choose a replacement that is equality nourishing and that maintains the aromatic essence of the product. This means that from time to time, the Sacred Lips ingredients might differ slightly from one batch to the next. In my commitment to working with sustainable and seasonal ingredients, I will not compromise Sacred Lips integrity by choosing lower quality ingredients or vendors. Please, always read the label for the current list of ingredients.
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