This shredded wax can be used in lip balms, soaps, and cosmetics. Derived from soy beans, it melts easily and is all natural. For lip balms, it has no taste and doesn’t lose viscosity in different temperatures. This item is ideal as when you want to replace the tacky feel of beeswax.
When used in lotions and creams, beeswax creates a barrier which helps to seal moisture into the skin. This is especially beneficial in lip chap during the dry winter months. This barrier also helps to protect the skin from environmental toxins and irritants. It also offers anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral benefits making it helpful in treating skin irritation.
Like beeswax, this unique wax has quite a high melting point, and acts as a stabiliser and emulsifier in balms, creams, salves and lotions. It is skin conditioning, easily absorbed, odourless, and rich in nutrients. It also provides a wonderful gloss and lubricity to lip balms.
Rarely offered because of familiarity in the marketplace. This moderately thick oil is naturally derived from coconut or palm kernel oils. Primarily used as an emollient and “slip” agent offering a soft feel and easy glide when applied. It is included in lip balm due to its mix of fatty acids that skin can use to replenish its surface and resist moisture loss
This cold pressed oil from the seeds of the hemp plant, should not to be confused with cannabidiol oil, which is procured from the leaves, stalks and flowers of hemp. Hemp oil is high in omega acids 3, 6, and 9, which all help hydrate the skin when applied topically. It is also a humectant, so it draws moisture to the skin. Being high in omegas and full of essential amino acids that help make younger, smoother-looking skin and reduce inflammation in the body. Because hemp oil is non comedogenic, it won't clog pores and cause breakouts.
Derived from the castor bean, this oil is thick and sticky to the touch. Great in lip balms, and night creams or where skin protection is necessary. Acts as a barrier agent and emollient like petroleum jelly, although not as thick and totally neutral.
Is an ancient natural beauty secret that is becoming an essential component of everyday skin care, including your lips. Aids in conditioning and protecting lips from drying out or becoming chapped. Natural cold pressed oil typically used as an emollient.
A mix of esters formed by the reaction of castor seed oil, isostearic acid, and succinic acid. This ingredient functions as a skin conditioning agent and is primarily used as an emollient or lubricant (natural slip agent) in high end lip-care products.
Considered as one of the best natural anti-aging products, preventing premature wrinkles and facial lines… Shea Butter is derived from the Karate Tree of Continental Africa. This thick “butter” is loaded with vitamin F, which keeps your skin hydrated and soft thus maintaining its elasticity. It has many other skin benefits such as moisterizing and nourishing, with some ability for cellular renewal and has natural low level UV protection for the skin. In summary this product is considered one of the best repairers of dried chapped lips.
This is the newest oil on the market, soon to be seen on labels from many companies. Derived from small flowers which are grown in the mid-west, it offers great conditioning, good “slip” and the real excitement comes from the fact it extends the shelf life of other oils by primarily attaching the molecules together. Moisturizing and Antioxidant rich… Like jojoba oil, meadowfoam seed oil is slightly waxy and closely resembles human sebum. When used in skin care, it naturally helps your skin to effectively form a barrier to lock in moisture and deliver nutrients deep into your epidermis. High in Omega 3’s and 6’s.
Helps to prevent skin damage from free radicals and the sun's ultraviolet rays. It is a common ingredient in many skin care products, such as body lotions, anti-aging serums, moisturizers and lip balms. As well, as an antioxidant, it extends the shelf life of product it is used in.
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