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Kitchen Cosmetics

Lip Balm

£9.00

This lip balm is loaded with powerful natural antioxidants that produces a regenerative healing lock-in moisture. The minerals within this help to rejuvenate dry & damaged lips.

 

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Details

Prevents moisture loss

Natural sun protection

Soothing antioxidants

Rejuvenates dry and damaged lip tissue

Unisex

Can be worn with or without lipstick

Suitability :

The rejuvenating lip balm is great for anyone who wears lipstick or lipliners often, its’s really nourishing & softening. Filled with tiny pebbles of Shea butter that pop once applied for added moisture and a lovely sheen, this can also be used as a, overnight lip mask.

Ingredients: Carrot seed oil (vitamins A and E and l pro-vitamin A), Candelilla wax (rich in nutrients), Apricot fragrance oil (vitamin B17 & a natural fragrance), Avocado oil (vitamin A D E & omega 3), Shea butter (Antioxidants vitamins A, E & F)

Product Contents: 70ml reusable glass amber jar with screw top lid Jar Diameter 41.3mm Jar height 46.8mm

 

Kitchen Cosmetics products are as gentle and kind on your skin as they are on the planet.  

For them, there’s no place for chemicals, toxins or animal products in their range. From the soothing Moisturising Hair Soufflé infused with aloe vera, to the sugar-based Body & Beard Scrub, everything by Kitchen Cosmetics is completely natural, organic, 100% vegan and cruelty-free. 

Being natural and ethical doesn’t make Kitchen Cosmetics any less luxurious. By making their products by hand in small batches, they ensure the very best quality and freshness. Ingredients are ethically sourced and products arrive in repurposed packaging too. 

Kitchen Cosmetics even does good for other people. Sales of their products support The KC Causes, a non-profit set up by founder Latoya that mobilises and strengthens local communities around the UK. 

The KC Causes give back in various ways every quarter. As well as building community events, they help families experiencing financial hardship, food shortages and mental health needs. So, every time you take a moment for self-care, you're also caring for others too.