Bee Lip Balm
BEE LIP BALM - BEEKEEPER'S SECRET
Purchase includes one each: Net weight .25 oz. Natural Pomegranate scent. Comes in a convenient easy-open slide top tin & safety sealed - no plastic.
Use to moisturize, soften, calm, and improve the appearance of your lips/skin.
- Soothes and hydrates your lips
- Balanced for sensitive skin areas
- Contains skincare power houses Rosehip, Vitamin C, and Propolis (honey bee resin)
- Made with certified organic body butters
- Thick, soothing moisturizer for dry cracked or damaged lips
When the Bee Lip Balm is warmed by rubbing a finger over the surface, the essential oils and butters are released and can be gently massaged into the lips and skin and absorbed like any lotion. Beeswax seals in all of the emollients.
For this reason, this Bee Lip Balm is unprecedented as a soothing moisturizer for dry cracked or damaged skin. It won't come off on fabric or paper.
High Quality Ingredients
Ingredients: (*organic*) Shea Butter*, Beeswax (Fresh From Florida), Cocoa Butter*, Coconut Oil, Coconut MCT Oil, Natural Fragrance Oil, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Rosehip Oil*, Propolis Honey Bee Resin
Beekeepers Secret - The Bee Resin (Propolis) is a nutritious, powerful antibiotic, antiviral, and antifungal agent that sanitizes the interior of the hive and has been used by humans throughout millennia for its natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory qualities. The word propolis is derived from Greek, in which pro stands for “for/or in defense” and polis for “city,” which means this natural product is used in defense of the hive (1 Ghisalberti, 1979).
Apply to problem areas on lips/skin as needed to lock in moisture, especially after bathing. Rub fingertip on surface to warm and make lotion spreadable.
For external use only. Discontinue use if skin irritation occurs. Do not apply to puncture wounds. Do not put in eyes (rinse for 15 min). Keep away from children. Not intended to cure, prevent, or treat any disease.
Skin Care Information
The Vitamin C and Rosehip Oil have antioxidant properties that have proven to have beneficial effects on skin cells such as 1) Increased wound healing and dermal synthesis 2) Healthy collagen synthesis (a vital molecule for skin health) 3) Promoting the synthesis of barrier lipids helping with dry skin 4) Helping your skin cells prevent/treat ultraviolet (UV)-induced photo-damage (i.e., wrinkles and skin cancer) plus so much more! (1 OSU)Propolis also contains 21 different flavonoids and antioxidants to help control free radicals. It is high in B-complex vitamins and contains vitamins C, E, and provitamin A. It is rich in amino acids, fats and minerals such as zinc, manganese, copper, and iron.
1 Ghisalberti, E.L. (1979). Propolis: a review. Bee world, 60: 59-84.
2 OSU Website: 10/2017 Oregon State University, Vitamin C and Skin Health http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/health-disease/skin-health/vitamin-C
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.