GOAL: Ultra moisture, conditioning, protection, nourishment of skin and lips. Lightly plumping.
USE: as needed
SKIN TYPE: All
COLOR SHADE: Clear
SCENT: Citrus Berry with undertone of coconut.
WHY WE LOVE IT: This gooey, soft baby is infused with the most nourishing ingredients for healthy and glowy skin.
BENEFITS: The Ripened Bloom Velvety Lip Conditioner is a silky smooth and melty nourishing treatment. She is a botanical beauty of beeswax, Argan oil, castor oil, muru muru butter and wildflower honey. This floral powerhouse is infused with skin supportive herbs of gotu kola, Bala, horsetail and he sho wu. Oils of Raspberry, blackberry, Chia, and cacay help prevent free radical damage and filter the sun's rays. Beeswax draws and keeps moisture to your skin while castor and argan oils deeply penetrate and renew. Castor oil also gives your lips a glossy + glowy flush of radiance.
Lip Pot 10 ml
DIRECTIONS: Use the wand to apply to lips and dab on cheeks. Then use your fingers or a brush to blend the color into the apples of cheeks. This may also be applied to eye lids or anywhere you would like to highlight and shimmer. This product is not formulated for Long wear on lips, reapply as needed.
Slight cracking on the surface of your new balm is possible due to the natural ingredients and cooling process. Because we use natural plant oils and wax which are highly sensitive to temperature, we recommend storing your jar upright to avoid leakage.
INGREDIENTS BY SHADE:
Clear - *Beeswax, *Castor oil, *Muru Muru Butter, *Argania Spinosa(argan oil), *ashwagandha, *gotu kola, *bala, *horsetail, *he sho wu, *rosehip seed oil, *raspberry seed oil, *blackberry seed oil, *chia seed oil, *cacay oil, *raw meadow honey, *coconut pulp co2 extract, *davana essential oil, *ginger essential oil, *lemon essential oil. * Denotes Clean Ingredients
Since we use all natural ingredients and shimmering mica, Color can vary slightly from batch to batch. Color may appear slightly different on your device screen than in person. Please look through all the photos to see how the colors can appear when smeared vs. dolloped or in the tube. Thanks!