In the Spotlight - Shea Butter Lip Balm with Mango and Avocado


With the cold, wintery season the likelihood of chapped lips is on the rise. Although we can experience chapped lips all year round, it usually gets worse during colder months. The reason why the condition worsen is all due to the dry air indoors and rough environmental elements outdoors.

Experts advise to apply lip balm daily in order to both, prevent and heal the condition. Our lips need special care at this time of the year and if yours require some TLC, one of our newest products comes to the rescue – She Butter Lip Balm with Mango & Avocado. It’s all you’ ll need to keep your lips plump and moisturised all year round.

Our Organic Shea Butter Lip Balm with Mango and Avocado is specifically formulated to relieve dry lips, offering intense and long lasting hydration (up to 48 hours). Your lips will immediately feel softer, fresher and beautifully nourished. Apart form that the lip balm entices with fresh, citrusy scent.

Let take a closer look what it is actually made of.

  • Shea Butter – nourishing and has a really beneficial effect on lips especially in cold weather and when you are exposed to dry air for long periods

  • Mango Butter – rich moisturiser with soothing and healing properties. Dry lips can soak up all the nourishing benefits while being protected and moisturised.

  • Avocado Oil – it contains a substance called sterolin, which helps to give the lips a supple feeling.

  • Coconut Oil - it locks the moisture of your lips making them super soft.  As it forms a lipid layer it decreases water evaporation and prevents dryness.

  • Vitamin E – great at treating irritated, dull lips and gives them the pinkish hue.

Dehydration can also be a factor contributing to dry, sore lips. Therefore, apart from using good lip balm, it is important to make sure that you drink enough water to prevent chapped lips.

And remember if your lips feel dry apply lip balm immediately and try not to lick them as the saliva promotes dry and chapped lips.

Happy lips = Beautiful smile!

Happy lips = Beautiful smile!

Karolina Scott