Lavender: Lavender oil is an overall warrior when it comes to its many benefits. Like geranium, it is known for its antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. It is also known to be used as an antiseptic, used to help cure skin irritations, itching and enhances blood circulation, helping to provide healthy nutrients to the skin. Its soothing and calming properties are used here to help heal and keep your lips as supple and soft as they can be.

Ginger: Ginger is another essential oil which which is known to excite your lips by boosting the blood circulation, causing your lips to appear fuller and more vibrant. Its stimulating properties are known to cause your lips to tingle while it does its thing, leaving you with a gorgeous pout. Ginger essential oil is also known to work as an antiseptic agent which helps kill infection caused by microorganisms and bacteria. The high levels of antioxidants found in ginger are also thought to help prevent certain types of cell damage.

Peppermint: The “cool” kid on the block. This essential oil used in a lip balm acts to serve as an overall lip soother. The menthol present in peppermint oil is known to have a soothing effect which makes it perfect for wind burned, dry or sunburnt lips. Peppermint oil is also proven to help heal cracked lips. So whatever your ailment, peppermint's ‘got your back. Peppermint oil is also used here to help to give your pout a fuller, and more vibrant appearance by stimulating the circulation under the lips. 


Geranium: As well as its anti-inflammatory properties, geranium oil is also known to have potent antibacterial and anti-fungal fighting agents, which is the perfect protector for your cracked lips! The lips are a nice and moist area which is perfect for the growth of bacteria and fungal infections, which can be the reason for cracked lips getting worse and not healing.

Sweet Almond Oil: With its high levels of naturally occurring Vitamin E and a rich source of minerals and omega fats, there’s not much this essential oil powerhouse can’t do to help support the sensitive skin of your lips. Sweet almond oil is known to be great at balancing the skin and leaving it feeling moisturised and supple. Using this oil on your lips helps to rejuvenate dead cells and in turn heal cracked lips. Its high levels of vitamins are known to help repair and protect sun damaged, dry and cracked lips, so you can kiss those lips goodbye and say hello to your new, soft and gorgeous pout.

Honey: A natural hydrator and moisturiser, honey makes for the perfect ingredient to keep lips hydrated and healthy. It's high antioxidant levels are known to help with repairing damage caused by UV rays.

Beeswax: The natural emulsifiers in beeswax makes it perfect for locking in moisture in your lips, for long lasting protection. It's also known to softens lips and protects the lips from harmful UV rays.

Jojoba Oil: Balances moisture.

Shea Butter: This gorgeous butter will act as a protective barrier for the thin skin of your lips, and is loaded with vitamins A, E and F, known to provide and lock in hydration.

Vitamin E: Known to boost circulation and help regenerate new skin cells.

Cocoa Butter: Another protector of the skin, this butter is also known to provide and keep the moisture in. It has a delicious sweet smell. 

Coconut Oil: Highly hydrating coconut oil will keep your lips feeling soft and healthy.

Evening Primrose Oil: Along with its anti-inflammatory properties, this oil is also known to help with moisture retention in the skin, and is filled with essential fatty acids.

Sunflower Oil: Contains antioxidant properties which are known to help with the signs of aging. Full off beneficial vitamins and minerals.