Nourishing Chocolate - Mango Butter & Beeswax All-Natural Moisturizing Lip Butter for Dry & Chapped Lips, with Vitamine E & Jojoba Oil
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Beeswax - is perhaps the most essential ingredient in lip balms. This is because it contains natural moisturizers that lock in moisture from the air and help keep the skin looking firm and plump. The use of beeswax actually seals that moisture inside your skin, keeping your lips moisturized for the long term.
Coconut Oil - makes your skin brighter and softer. Coconut oil provides deep nourishing and hydration to the skin.
Jojoba Oil - It nourishes dry lips. Can soothe dry, chapped lips thanks to its nourishing vitamin and minerals. It absorbs very easily, so you don’t have to worry about it leaving a greasy residue on your lips.
Almond Oil - helps to rejuvenate your lips by removing the dead skin cells, prevents chapped lips and keeps them moisturized. Vitamin E present in Almond Oil helps to keep your lips healthy and protects it from UV rays which tend to make your lips dark. Almond Oil is rich in fatty acids which help to retain moisture and heals the chapped lips. The emollient property of Almond Oil helps to keep your lips soft and smooth, thus effectively lightens your lips.
Cocoa butter - is an emollient that is a great source of natural antioxidants. It adds a protective hydrating layer to lips, helping protect them from extreme temperatures and indoor heat that can leave your lips dried out. Vitamin E is known for its restorative skin properties and healing abilities. Using cocoa butter on your lips helps lock in moisture that goes beyond the first layer of skin—or epidermis. Using a cocoa butter lip balm or other products on your lips also protects them from environmental elements. Here is what cocoa butter is good for: Improved elasticity, Improved blood flow, Skin repair, Scar lightening.
Vitamin E oil - is a star player for lips: It moisturizes, soothes irritation, protects from sun damage, and even has subtle plumping properties.