What is the difference between “Natural” and “Organic”?
The term “organic” can only be used on products that are grown and produced without pesticides, and other harmful chemicals. Products that host the USDA Organic Seal are produced under the high standards set forth by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. There is no legal definition of what the term “natural” means.
Natural products can include organic products, but not all natural products are organic. Look for products with the USDA Organic seal and you'll be making the right choice for your health and the environment.
Is your lip balm eco friendly?
Not only is our lip balm eco friendly, being made from only the finest certified organic ingredients, it is manufactured in a facility that is powered entirely by solar energy and is packaged in tubes that use 30% less plastic than a standard lip balm tube. Now thats eco friendly!
Do you test your products on animals?
We do not test our products on animals and our suppliers have all verified that no animal testing has been performed on our ingredients.
How long does your lip balm last?
Our lip balms have a 3 year shelf life.
How do I tell how old my lip balm is?
Look for the lot code (born date) on the bottom of the lip balm tube. We lot code according to Julien date. Example: 18-024 is the year 2018 and the 24th day of that year. January 24th.
What is your vitamin E derived from?
It is sunflower derived. It is GMO free
I’m having an allergic reaction to your lip balm. What could it be from?
There are some instances where people react to lip balm and most commonly it’s from:
Propolis in the beeswax. Propolisis a resinous mixture that honey bees produce by mixing saliva and beeswax with exudate (substance secreted by plants) gathered from tree buds, sap flows, or other botanical sources. It is used as a sealant for unwanted open spaces in the hive.
Sensitivity to peppermint essential oil.