We are SO EXCITED to now be able to offer zero waste lip balms in compostable tubes, thanks to our clever friends at Ethique!
Almost 200 million plastic lip balm tubes are binned every year, and the vast majority are never recycled. That's just crazy! So Ethique created a range dedicated to doing good; for the planet, for people and of course, for your lips.
Do good for your lips – With a hint of peppermint, Sugarplum is Ethique's tinted lip balm offering, designed to nourish and hydrate your lips with cocoa butter alongside castor seed, moringa and jojoba oils. These heavy-moisture-hitters lock in hydration and leave your lips silky smooth, for longer. Sugarplum is so good, you'll never lose the tube.
Do good for the planet – 100% plastic-free, home compostable packaging (yes, the tube!).
Do good for people - Carefully crafted with luxurious fairly traded sustainable ingredients from Rwanda, Ghana and Samoa to help support farming cooperatives (predominantly women-owned) in these regions. Direct trade ensures that local growers receive stable prices and, reliable income which means in turn they are better able to look after their community and their environment.
Why we love the Ethique Lip Balms:
100% of testers found Ethique lip balms to soothe and soften dry lips
The creamy texture glides on to lips easily, with a non-sticky formulation
Great value; it's equivalent to 2x typical lip balms
The packaging is home-compostable
Directions: Push up less than you think you'll need. Swipe on to your lips, and pucker up! The tube is compostable; when done, simply pop the tube and box into the compost or your garden to break down.
Ingredients:Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Euphorbia cerifera cera (candelilla wax), stearic acid, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, Theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, Moringa oleifera seed oil, mica, Mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, limonene, linalool, CI 77491.
Ethique is certified palm free. All ingredients are derived from non-palm sources such as rice bran or coconut oils.
Made in New Zealand