Natural lip balms


EOS – Evolution o f smooth

  • Usual price around 6£
  • 95% organic, 100% natural
  • shea butter, vitamin E, jojoba oil, beeswax, coconut oil, olive fruit oil, sunflower oil
  • I really like the smell, taste and the idea of that little ball. And there was a time I used to absolutely love it and take it with me everywhere. But as time passes I found another alternative of natural cosmetic and suddenly I liked EOS just because it was EOS. If you know what I mean. It is not a bad lip balm. But it is not my favourite anymore either.

PureBee Sensitive

  • Price 3£ (
  • All organic.
  • The lip balm contains only two ingredients. Beeswax and cold pressed camellia (tea) oil.
  • I bought this lip balm in a Brighton market when I discovered small cute shop with tea and honey. And as I am big honey lover I had to try their organic natural cosmetic. The balm is thick and makes a protective barrier on your lips. I think it will find its place especially during the winter and windy weather.

Balance Me

  • 100% natural
  • This little baby I had free included in Glamour magazine.
  • It is full filled with caring ingredients like sweet almond oil,coconut oil, beeswax,
    shea butter, jojoba oil, rosehip fruit oil, mango seed butter, cocoa seed butter, mandarin red peel oil, peppermint leaf oil, rosemary extract, sunflower oil or vitamin E. Applied on lips the lip balm leaves fresh minty feeling.
  • I fell in love with it so much I had to by one more. Again the lip balm is 100% natural. I would say it is something between the lip balm and tinted lip gloss.
    And I use it mostly when I do some super natural makeup as it´s looking gorgeous, mostly if your lips are naturally darker.

100% Natural Lip Roll-on in Berry

  • Price 4£
  • 100% natural
  • Main ingredients are castor seed oil, soybean oil, lanolin, sunflower seed oil, olive fruit oil, sunflower seed wax, avocado oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba seed oil.
  • You can get yours at The Body Shop. It is a very oily balm, and can feel nice on the lips as long as it´s “wet”. When it dries all the hydration disappears. I don´t think I will use mine anymore.

Honeymania Lip Balm

  • Price 4£ (The Body Shop)
  • 100% natural
  • Contains community Trade honey made from the nectar of wildflowers.
  • I love everything with honey. I don´t take this balm with me on the way as I do not like applying it with “dirty” fingers. But I love to use it after my evening routine when I do a gentle peeling my lips with a toothbrush. I apply a thick layer of Honeymania all over my lips and leave overnight for soft lips.

Burt´s Bees

  • Price 3,70-4£
  • 100% natural
  • Lip balm contains Sunflower seed oil, beeswax, coconut oil, castor seed oil, rosemary leaf extract, pomegranate seed oil, lanolin, soybean oil
  • Lip balm with pomegranate oil. This balm is one of my favourites, leaving lips smooth and moisturized. Even though balm in the packaging has nice deep pink/red
    colour it is transparent on your lips.

Crazy Rumors

  • Price 3,50£
  • 100% natural
  • Balms contain macadamia seed oil, olive oil, organic shea butter, candelilla wax, soybean wax, jojoba seed wax, carnauba wax, vitamin E, stevia.
  • Crazy rumours balms in Apple spice and Orange juice. My absolute must haves.
    They are vegan, smell and taste divine and also helped my lips with healing after a cold sore. I have already used one whole in apple spice and had to purchase another one.





4 thoughts on “Natural lip balms

    1. Heya! I have tried them in the past but somehow forgot about them. When I run out of some of my current one I will try Carex again! I like to change what I use once at a time otherwise my lips got used to it and lip balm doesn’t work anymore.

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