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Unscented Luxury Lip Balm

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from £3.95

A natural handmade lip balm for moisturised lips all year round.

If you’re looking for a chemical-free, unfragranced lip balm to soothe and soften, you’ll love Happy Lips. Handmade with lots of Sweet Almond Oil, Cocoa and Shea Butters. No preservatives. No added fragrance. No synthetic flavours.

Apply to the lips frequently throughout the day for soft lips all year round.

Smear gently round the mouth to soothe Lip-licking Eczema and to help heal the flaking skin and cracking of Lip Cheleitis or Angular Cheleitis - an inflammation that leaves nasty, coldsore-like symptoms at the corners of the mouth.

4.5g in a handy twist-up tube.

MULTIBUY SAVINGS. Keep one in your pocket, one in your bag, one by the bed....

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from £3.95
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A natural handmade lip balm for moisturised lips all year round.

If you’re looking for a chemical-free, unfragranced lip balm to soothe and soften, you’ll love Happy Lips. Handmade with lots of Sweet Almond Oil, Cocoa and Shea Butters. No preservatives. No added fragrance. No synthetic flavours.

Apply to the lips frequently throughout the day for soft lips all year round.

Smear gently round the mouth to soothe Lip-licking Eczema and to help heal the flaking skin and cracking of Lip Cheleitis or Angular Cheleitis - an inflammation that leaves nasty, coldsore-like symptoms at the corners of the mouth.

4.5g in a handy twist-up tube.

MULTIBUY SAVINGS. Keep one in your pocket, one in your bag, one by the bed....

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Happy Lips UNSCENTED Lip Balm

Ingredients: Sweet Almond Oil, Shea Butter, Beeswax, Cocoa Butter, Castor Oil, Vitamin E.

Common cheleitis - the medical term for chapped lips - can be caused by dehydration, cold air or over-exposure to the sun. More moisture is lost through the lips than through any other part of the body. While it may feel as if licking your lips adds moisture, this will only end up drying them out, as saliva evaporates. when you wet your lips you are also removing a protective layer of natural oils.

 
 
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