About lip balm “flavors”…and why you should not lick!
Lip balms are “flavored” in the sense that they are scented with stuff you can safely lick. However, balms are not often actually “sweet” nor do they taste very nice. This is because they are not meant to be licked…the balm is meant to hold moisture on your skin, and if you lick it, that removes the balm & just dries out your lips even more.
Sniff as much as you like (I know I do, hahaha!)…but resist the urge to lick! 🙂
Beeswax, almond oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, cocoa butter, flavor oils, essential oils, lanolin.
How it’s Made
I mix & pour all the balms myself, and all the label designs are by me as well.
Be sure to keep the tube out of extreme heat. If any melting occurs, place balm in the freezer to re-harden. If you use your balm with lipstick, be sure to wipe off the top with a tissue to clean off any extra color.
The balm should last a year or so, but could last longer…or less. It depends on many factors, like exposure to heat & how much you use it. Remember that the balm is made of natural ingredients (no chemical preservatives). If the balm ever smells different, or “off,” that’s a sign that it’s past its shelf life & should be replaced.