Ingredients in our Intensely Nourishing Lip Balm

Get ready for soft, hydrated lips with our long-lasting Intensely Nourishing Lip Balm. 

Find out more about what makes our lip balm so special below.


Castor oil

Is an emollient which helps to soften the lips, it is high in ricinoleic acid which is an effective moisturiser.


Natura-tec plant soft

Is a combination of shea butter, olive fruit oil and glyceryl rosinate, and are vegan alternatives to lanolin (which comes from the wool of sheep) which is a waxy substance to soften and condition. Our vegan alternative is a natural emollient which helps to soften and condition the lips, whilst also correcting moisture balance, keeping your lips nourished and hydrated.

Vitamin E

Is a skin conditioning agent, which helps to replenish dry and aged skin, leaving the lips nourished and soft. It also is an antioxidant helping to protect skin cells from oxidative stress. 


Carnauba wax

Is skin conditioning, helping to reduce flaking and restore suppleness to dry or damaged skin.

Candelilla wax

Is skin conditioning, helping to reduce flaking and restore suppleness to dry or damaged skin.


Peppermint oil

Is a refreshing tonic, which helps to treat cracked lips whilst plumping them.


Menthol (in the peppermint oil)

Helps to soothe dry and chapped lips. 

Our Intensely Nourishing Lip Balm is

  • Vegan
  • Cruelty Free
  • Palm Oil Free


How to use

Apply to the lips as often as needed all year round. Use alone or under lipstick.


Shop our Intensely Nourishing Lip Balm here


About Lucy Bee

Lucy Bee is a lifestyle brand selling food, skincare and soap products all completely free from palm oil and with minimal use of plastic. Lucy Bee is concerned with Fair Trade, organic, ethical and sustainable living, recycling and empowering people to make informed choices and select quality, natural products for their food and their skin.

Any information provided by us is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We always recommend referring your health queries to a qualified medical practitioner.

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