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Lip balm safe enough for the kids. (Shoosha Truly Organic Lip Balm in unflavoured)

August 22, 2020 Report

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Everyday part of my tooth brushing routine in the evening and morning is to also take care of my lips.  In the evening after brushing I will use a gentle exfoliator on my lips and after apply an unflavoured lip balm. I really like using unflavoured before bed the last thing you want is to be hungry right before bed ...right?! In the morning I prefer something totally different to see why check out my review for Shoosha Truly Organic Smoocha Lip Balm with Eucalyptus and mint.  Recently at night I've had the privilege to try Shoosha Truly Organic Smoocha Lip Balm in unflavoured.

Unlike most brands of lip balm that contain Parabens, Petroleum, Fragrances,Propylene Glycol, Alcohol even artificial colours and flavours. Shoosha Truly Organic only uses the best ingredients. When using lip balm you will end up ingesting some of it and so the ingredients in your lip balm are very important.

Shoosha Truly Organic Smoocha Lip Balm in Unflavoured contains Organic Sunflower Seed Oil, Organic Beeswax, Organic Coconut Oil, Vitamin E, Organic Rosemary Leaf Extract, Organic Calendula Flower Extract.

* Calendula Flower Extract can help soothe dry lips as well as heal cracked extra dry chapped lips.

Shoosha's lip balm glides on smoothly and doesn't clump and you can feel the instant moisturizing of your lips. In no way do my lips feel sticky. I wake up in the morning with smooth and hydrated lips. 

I love the fact that I can use it on my 19 month old son without any worry.


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