“Mint to Be” Vegan Lip Balm – Sea Witch Botanicals
This 11 gram vegan lip balm is twice the size of a normal lip balm tube with none of the plastic or synthetic ingredients! Just twist open the reusable tin and apply with your finger (you may want to warm it up in your hand or pocket first).
“Mint to Be” goes on clear and features the soothing scent of lavender with the tingling sensation of mint. Linoleic and oleic acids relieve dryness while organic and fair trade cocoa butter moisturizes and boosts skin cell regeneration. See more in the description below!
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Sea Witch Botanicals is a family-owned company operating in Bellingham, Washington that makes home products with natural, organic and sustainable ingredients. It is a Certified B Corp, certified vegan and a member of 1% for the Planet. We’re big fans of their products and ethical practices, and proud to partner with them! “Mint to Be” lip balm was the first product they ever made and was revived upon popular demand.
- Certified vegan, non-GMO and Fair Trade ingredients
- Plastic-free packaging
- Light lavender fragrance with a mint tingle
- Colorless (so it’s okay for us too, guys)
Note from Sea Witch Botanicals: “Peppermint essential oils are extremely powerful. It is advised that expectant and nursing mothers do not use products with peppermint essential oils.”
Ingredients: candelilla wax, coconut oil*, grapeseed oil+, cocoa butter*^, shea butter*^, essential oil (lavender, pepper- mint) *organic, ^fair trade +non gmo
Not included: Synthetic fragrances, parabens, phthalates, fomaldehyde, propylene glycol, sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) oleyl betaine, petroleum and other “nasties.”
Why buy lip balm from Emeraldology?
When you order on Emeraldology, you are supporting a small business on a mission to make Earth-friendly living as easy as possible. Once your order is placed, Sam will get right to work processing it and shipping it in minimal packaging. Although Amazon’s two- and one-day shipping is convenient, it is terribly inefficient and hard on the environment. We hope our customers willing to wait an extra day or two to have their order shipped in a full truck that was stopping by your mailbox anyway. So far, we’ve been correct!