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Burt's Bees 100% Natural Tinted Lip Balm Pink Blossom with Shea Butter & Botanical Waxes -- 0.15 oz


Burt's Bees 100% Natural Tinted Lip Balm Pink Blossom with Shea Butter & Botanical Waxes
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Burt's Bees 100% Natural Tinted Lip Balm Pink Blossom with Shea Butter & Botanical Waxes -- 0.15 oz

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Burt's Bees 100% Natural Tinted Lip Balm Pink Blossom with Shea Butter & Botanical Waxes Description

  • Lip Care
  • Moisturizer
  • Long Lasting
  • All Natural
  • Tinted Lip Balm

Burt's Bees Tinted Lip Balm give you a hint of color with 8 hours of moisturization. These balms provide a sheer lip tint and come in a range of 6 naturally flattering shades. The pink blossom tint has a pretty pink hue with just the right amount of color to enhance your lips while keeping them nourished and hydrated. It has a smooth texture that adds a sheer, natural shade to dry lips. These tinted lip balms are made with shea butter, botanical waxes and a softly tinted color to flatter and nourish your lips naturally every day. Made with recyclable packaging, these lip color balms are free of parabens, phthalates, petrolatum and SLS. With a rich color palette from pinks, to reds, to violets, these lip tints are 100% natural beauty products. Burt's Bees softly tinted lip balms help lips look and feel smooth and beautiful.

 

• Lip Care: Add a hint of sheer, pretty pink color with Burt's Bees Pink Blossom lip balm for a natural, everyday look.

• Moisturizer: Hydrate and sooth dry lips with naturally moisturizing Shea butter and botanical waxes.

• Long Lasting: Just one swipe of this conditioning lip balm leaves your lips smooth and nourished for up to 8 hours

• All Natural: Enriched with 100% natural ingredient, this Burt's Bees lip balm is formulated without parabens, phthalates, petrolatum or SLS.

• Tinted Lip Balm: Let this fabulously flattering shade enhance your natural lip and add a smooch of color.


Directions

Apply lip balm liberally to your lips as often as needed, particularly in dry, cold or windy conditions.
Free Of
Animal testing, parabens, phthalates, petrolatum and SLS.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, olus oil (vegetable oil, huile vegetale), cera alba (beeswax, cire dabeille), olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, candelilla cera (euphorbia cerifera wax, cire de candelilla), helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, aroma (natural flavor), lanolin, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, cananga odorata flower wax, jasminum officinale (jasmine) flower wax, ammonium glycyrrhizinate, tocopherol, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, glycine soja (soybean) oil, canola oil (huile de colza). May contain / peut container: alumina, CI 77891 (titanium dioxide), CI 75470 (carmine), CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499 (iron oxides).
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How to Keep Your Lips Healthy

Even though they’re hidden beneath our face masks, our lips and lip health are still an essential part of our overall wellness. Whether you’re keeping them smooth for late-night smooches, or just looking to get rid of an unpleasant dry feeling, taking care of your lips is spilling with benefits. Closeup View of Woman Caring for Lip Health by Applying Lip Balm to Lips | Vitacost.com/blog Just like the rest of our skin, our lips need some TLC to keep them soft, supple and healthy. But unlike the rest of our skin, our lips are a little more exposed and a little less equipped to protect themselves – and so, they need a little extra help.

What makes lips so different?

The skin covering our lips is much thinner than the rest of our bodies, and though that means your wonderfully soft, sensitive lips can feel the warmth of your toddler’s temperature, or the heat from a lover’s kiss, it also means our lips are much more susceptible to the drying, damaging effect of the elements. This, combined with the fact that lips have no oil glands to keep them moist, is a recipe for dry, cracked and bleeding lips (yikes). And that creates a gateway for bacteria and other illnesses if not properly dealt with.

The keys to happy, healthy lips

Because our lips are usually over-exposed and under-protected, they need their own lip care regime. To keep our lips soft, supple and healthy, we need to:
  • Hydrate
  • Moisturize
  • Protect
Though it might be tough to achieve an ageless Marilyn Monroe pout, we can work with what we’ve got to get healthier, happier lips overall. It’s time for a little ‘lip service’!

Everyday tips for healthy lips

Hydrate Lips act much like a sponge – when water is abundant, they absorb moisture and plump up, but if they’re dehydrated, they shrivel and shrink. To combat that shrinkage, be sure to supply your body with enough water to work with by aiming to drink at least 8, 8oz cups of water each day. To hit your hydration goals, remember to carry a water bottle with you wherever you go. Humidify As much as many of us would like to live in a tropical climate year-round, there are other ways to bring that humidity home. Invest in a good humidifier to keep those lips hydrated indoors – especially while you sleep. As a bonus, humidifying the air will also replenish the moisture level in your skin and hair! Keep that tongue in cheek Saliva’s digestive enzymes are great for breaking down food, but unfortunately, it’s also a recipe for drying out lips – and fast. If lip-licking is a habit, it may take a bit of time to train yourself to stop. Every time you get the urge, replace licking those lips with a swipe of lip balm instead. Which brings us to our next tip... Balm up to protect Keep your lip balm at the ready for every environment, from hot and humid days to blustery winter gales – and especially for that notoriously dry air conditioning. Not all lip balms are created equal, however. So, be sure to look for ultra-hydrating ingredients like shea butter, beeswax, vitamin E, or jojoba, almond, and coconut oils, and avoid ingredients like camphor – which can dry out the lips. Also, remember to look for a lip balm with an SPF of 15 or higher to protect lips from those damaging U.V. rays. –> Try Hurraw! Balm Sun Lip Balm SPF 15 Tangerine Chamomile Exfoliate (when necessary) Exfoliation might not be your first thought when it comes to healthier lips, but since the exfoliation process makes room for new, healthy cells to emerge, it essentially gives you a whole new set o’ lips! Start by occasionally using an exfoliating lip balm, or by gently rubbing away dead skin cells with a warm washcloth when they start to flake. Be sure to moisturize immediately after you exfoliate to both hydrate and protect those new smackers. Use matte lipstick sparingly As fun as mattifying effects are, they can dry out your lips faster than a martini in a desert drought. If matte colors are your go-to right now, try to switch things up every other day to give your lips a break. Or, for a hybrid look, swipe on some hydrating lip balm, then layer your matte color over top. You might just love the look!

Lip Care 911

Cuts The key for those annoying cuts at the corner of your lip is to always keep them moisturized. A natural, quick-healing trick is to cut open a vitamin E liquid capsule and continually apply it to the cut. Vitamin E is known to boost blood circulation and to help speed up the healing process. Cold sores There’s nothing as irritating (mentally and physically) as a cold sore. To treat it, wash your hands with soap and water, then gently wash the affected area. Pat dry, then apply a cold sore remedy such as Quantum Super Lysine + Cold Sore Treatment. Peeling lips Whatever might be causing peeling lips, remedies can be as simple as exfoliating, to as complicated as a dermatologist’s prescription. When in doubt, speak with your doctor first before you try any at-home remedies. Wrinkles For those fine lines around the lips (caused by sun exposure, age and/or smoking), you can try an anti-aging regimen with ingredients like vitamin C and retinol. To renew the cells around the lips, you might also consider a chemical peel for a deeper, chemical exfoliation. Maskne Perhaps your lip irritation is being triggered by “maskne,” a pandemic-induced skin malady? To prevent maske, be sure to wash both your face and your face masks regularly!
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