Worry-Free Kissing Vegan Lip Balm (one stick)
(3) .14 oz.
Worry-free kissing vegan lip balm offers a new direction for those with a vegan persuasion. Effectively, it answers the problem of what lip balm to use for eczema, atopic dermatitis, and amongst vegans. We know that lips may be the most robust part of our body. For example, lips keep food in our mouth and help us speak and form words. They are very important. Because of this, lips need the most loving touch from a great worry-free kissing vegan lip balm.
Consider, sometimes lips touch to convey intimacy and acceptance between vegans. In these moments, you need Ceela Naturals' Worry-Free Kissing Vegan Lip Balm. For non-Vegans, you never know when you might have to kiss a Vegan. We know that vegans avoid all animal products, especially on lips. Ceela's vegan lip balm keeps options open for the non-vegan.
Above all else, people need to know that lanolin and beeswax are animal products. Shea butter, a common ingredient in many skin care products, is a tree nut. These should be avoided with skin care for eczema or atopic dermatitis.
A word for non-vegans and vegetarians
We really understand that if you spend a lot of time kissing frogs you may not need Ceela. After all, frogs are not vegan. Personally, we have never met someone who has actually kissed a frog. Many say they will never kiss a frog. Others keep up the tradition, something about finding a prince. We believe kissing vegans is more fun. If you know a vegan you might want to kiss, try offering our Ceela Vegan Lip Balm as a gift. You could say you are conducting a personal study on whether Ceela's Vegan Lip Balm improves the softness and kissability of lips. There are a million strict Vegans and 8 million vegetarians in the USA.
Non-vegans may use this product with non-vegans, we will not tell anyone.
Cocoa Butter, Rice Oils, Safflower, Olive Oil Extract (Squalane)
Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Isomerized Linoleic Acid
Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Isomerized Linoleic Acid Mean the Same Ingredient.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid from safflower oil (isomerized) as a potassium salt contributes to our body’s well-being. We normally eat about 2-300 times the amount of this ingredient in our normal diet every day. Many add CLA to their diet daily as a food additive, even in pregnancy.
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