Why is it called a lip butter instead of a lip balm, or chapstick? Lip balm generally found in stores is oily and comes off within an hour or two.
This is different.
- premium cocoa butter that will stay on your lips for 4-8 hours
- matte finish
- all natural
This Vegan Plastic Free Long Lasting Lip Butter is made with nourishing, premium cocoa butter that will stay on your lips for an extended period (it lasts 4-8 hours on the lips).
It is full of moisturizing organic cocoa butter, avocado oil, and wildcrafted plant wax instead of beeswax, so it's completely vegan.
Plastic Free Tube - The biodegradable and zero-waste conscious .3 ounce paperboard tube means at the end of life the tube can be composted or recycled.
I use the lip butter in the morning and I forget to use it again until the next day! I’m also in love with the fact that the tube and packaging it came in are biodegradable. - Katelyn P.
I never review products but this is wonderful and smells so good. Highly recommend. - Adrienne
Look and Feel - This Lip Butter feels like a rich butter and has a matte finish.
Lavender Earl Grey: an herbal and citrus essential oil blend, with a hint of sweet.
Size - The biodegradable and zero-waste conscious paperboard tube is 0.3 oz, which is about 2 times bigger than a typical lip balm size. Should last for several months to a year (or longer).
Ingredients - wildcrafted candelilla wax (plant wax), organic cocoa butter, organic coconut oil, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, lavender essential oil, bergamot essential oil, organic stevia leaf
Shelf life - This product is most fresh when used within 1-2 years of purchase.
Storage - As with any natural product, do not leave it in your car to melt in the heat. It could melt and spill, and the constant heating and cooling will reduce the shelf life of the product.
Handmade in the USA
Shipping practices - All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning. No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.