😘 3 Healthy Lip Balms Ideas for All Ages & Skin Types

Are you addicted to lip balm? 

Did you know that many ingredients found in lip balms, lip glosses and lip stick can actually make your lips feel and look even drier. 

The skin on your lips is thinner, more sensitive and drier than other skin on your face. This means that lips are more likely to react badly to sensitising ingredients in skin and lip care and also suffer when the weather is drier, colder or hotter.

A healthy lip balm really shouldn't be any more complicated than pure organic plant oils combined with a nourishing and protective wax such as ethical beeswax or carnauba wax. 

Before introducing you to 3 of the healthiest lip balms that are suitable for all skin types and ages, let's start with one of the more compelling reasons for ditching your chemical laden lip balm for a more natural version.... the fact that most of what you put on your lips ends up being eaten!

How much lip balm do you eat?! Learn more

Balancing Lip Balm 

Organic Rosehip and Black Seed Oil blended with Noosa Hinterland beeswax to soothe and soften

If you're looking for a natural alternative to commercial lip balm, try using rosehip oil. It's rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids. Rosehip oil also helps reduce inflammation and heal damaged skin cells.

Black Seed oil has a long history of use in skincare. Helping to soothe inflammation and reduce bacteria that can cause skin irritation, itching and mild infections. 

"Recommended for cracked & dry lips. Perfect to help prevent and treat those painful cracks at the edges of your lips." - Sarah Luck, nutritionist & naturopath

Organic Black Seed Oil lip balm
Organic Rosehip oil lip balm

Jojoba Barrier Balm

Organic Jojoba, Noosa Hinterland beeswax & vitamin D to protect and moisturise

Jojoba oil is renowned for its nourishing and skin strengthening properties. It’s used to treat various ailments, including eczema, psoriasis, and even acne.

Extracts from Jojoba seeds (which contain 50% oil) were used by certain Native American tribes to treat sores and wounds.

The oil has natural antibacterial and antifungal properties. It’s also rich in natural vitamin E which is known to improve the condition of cracked lips.

A hypoallergenic oil, this balm is perfect for sensitive skin and is safe to use on infants and small children. Ideal for dry lips during pregnancy

"I formulated this balm especially for sensitive skin. Jojoba oil has a naturally low odour profile making it a great option for sensitive noses too." - Sarah Luck, nutritionist & naturopath 

Organic jojoba oil
Vitamin D in a healthy lip balm

Moisturising Lip Balm 

Noosa Hinterland beeswax plus organic Argan & Black Castor Oil for smooth and hydrated lips

Combines the deep moisturizing properties of Argan oil and protective benefits of Black Castor Oil & Australian beeswax. Seals in moisture, preventing and treating dry, cracked and chapped lips. 

Black Castor oil gives your lips a gorgeous, healthy & natural looking shine.

"Moisturising Balm was formulated as a healthier and more natural alternative to lip gloss. It is deeply conditioning and protective of the fragile skin on your lips. Free from all essential oils and other fragrances." - Sarah Luck, nutritionist & naturopath

Organic Argan Oil lipbalm
Black Castor Oil lip balm

Ethical beeswax makes the best lip balms 🐝 

Natural beeswax cannot be beaten as the best base ingredient for lip balms. Beeswax creates a perfect protective cocoon over lips and skin. This natural and breathable cocoon prevents moisture loss from your lips and protects them from the drying effects of heat and cold.

Ethical beeswax in lip balm


    Look after your lips this winter with pure and 100% natural lip balms. Our range of lip balms will keep you protected against chapped and dry lips.

    Beautiful. Simple. Safe.

    Rosehip & Black Seed Oil Balancing Balm
    Jojoba Sensitive Skin Barrier Balm



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