Oats & Honey Lip Balm by Olive Natural Beauty

One of the sensitive parts of our body are the lips. The skin is thinner compared to that of the other parts. They also have a high tendency to dry out and chap. Having said that, it is very important to pay more attention in taking care of them.

Contained in a small tube (0.07oz), I am using this lip balm for 6 months now and it still has not ran out.

 

This lip balm is cruelty-free. It’s primarily made of beeswax which protects your lips from harmful elements while at the same time, nourishing and moisturizing them. Since it also has oats and honey, it provides the skin with calming effects which is suitable for those with very sensitive lips. If you aren’t aware yet, honey has antibacterial and healing properties which makes it an excellent ingredient for healing cracked lips. It doesn’t only protect, it also facilitates faster renewal of the skin.

Currently, it is valued $5.95 in the market and I think it’s a fair price for the effects that I am currently experiencing from using it. As I have mentioned, I have been using this for 6 months and it’s still has a long way to go.

Directions: Open cap and apply product unto lips daily or as needed. Don’t forget to recap after!

Natural Ingredients: olive oil, beeswax, shea butter, cocoa, hemp oil, almond oil, jojoba oil, grape seed oil

Pros:

  • Certified organic ingredients
  • Cruelty-free
  • Doesn’t leave lips shiny
  • fair price

Cons:

  • I don’t like the organic smell or taste (subjective)
  • Tube is small and can get lost with the other items in my bag
  • You’ll have a hard time twisting the product down if you have totally twisted it up
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16 thoughts on “Oats & Honey Lip Balm by Olive Natural Beauty

  1. I must try it. I alwasy use matte lipstick which I think dries my lips. This product must be a solution. Some friends had given me advice before to use petroleum jelly because its cheaper. Havent tried though.

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