Essential Oil lip balms with 100% natural ingredients. Gently fragranced with organic essential oils, they repair, relax and heal lips’ delicate skin.

How do they work? The all-natural ingredients (including New Forest beeswax, English crambe seed oil and shea butter) work together to nurture, soothe and repair your lips. Better yet, these are gently scented with organic essential oils and uplift your mood as well as your lips.

Natural goodness for lips: because there are no parabens, no synthetic fragrances, no animal testing.

Which one should I choose? This is really down to a matter of personal preference (do you prefer oranges, grapefruits or lemons?). The essential oils we use are all organic and really will ‘work’ on your lips, so pick the aroma you like best: Orange Tang, Lime Bite or Lemon Zest. If you really can’t, have them all! Or opt for our Original lip balm for a completely neutral feel.

Why are these in a tin? Our sustainably packaged lip balms (in screw top metal tins), help us do our bit for the environment! Why would you need a plastic tube, which you’ll throw away? Better still, when the tin is empty, just wash it and get creative with upcycling: use it to store pills when you travel, to take salt on picnics, to store buttons or paper clips…the list is endless.

What’s in our Essential Oil lip balms? Quite simply: New Forest Beeswax, Crambe Seed Oil, Organic Shea Butter. No parabens, no synthetic fragrances, no animal testing. If you want the list in Latin, drop us a line and we’ll happily share this with

This is what aromatherapy experts tell us about essential oils:

‘Sweet or wild orange is good for speeding healing of cracks and sores on the lips. Melissa essential oil (Melissa officinalis) is also called lemon balm. This is a great essential oil to add to lip balms for some fresh, lemony fragrance without the risk of photosensitization. Melissa is excellent for use on cold sores as well as chapped, cracked, inflamed, painful lips. Steam-distilled lemon, lime and bergamot oils can be used. They aren’t phototoxic.’

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