Review: Badger Lip Balm Organic Stick


I was given this Badger Lip Balm by Whole Foods during an event.
Badger lip balm is such a quality product I just had to write a review. Due to the heat I am exposed to everytime I leave my front door I use lip balm.

I grabbed my Badger as I walked out of the door. First thing I noticed is the subtle flavor of their Highland Mist which impressed me. Next it worked, made my lips smooth, and immediately soothed. I recommend that you try this wonderful product which is extremely reasonably priced.

Badger Certified Organic Lip Balm Stick Highland Mint 0.15 oz. (4.2 g)
Badger Certified Organic Lip Balm Stick Highland Mint helps you soothe, smooth and totally improve your lips – giving them something to smile about! Most other lip balms are petroleum-based, which may protect, but won’t moisturize your lips. Badger’s both protect and moisturize, and come in unique flavors made from the real stuff – steam-distilled essential oils, no artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners. Based in Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Beeswax, these have a lighter textured than Badger Cocoa Butter Lip Balms, and sport the antioxidant powers of Seabuckthorn and Rosehip Extracts, as well as organic Aloe Vera Extract for dry weather soothing.

Badger wants to see the Earth treated kindly and with respect. This means sourcing and using fair trade and organic ingredients in all of Badger products. The “certified” part means that there is a system in place for verifying the authenticity of the ingredient. This lip balm, for instance, uses about 99% certified organic ingredients. Good news for all concerned! Badger uses Rosemary CO2 extract as a fragrance-free anti-oxidant and natural preservative. Generally, Badger Balms are preserved with the essential oils, but many of the lip balms have such a low percentage of essential oils, especially the unscented products, that they needs something extra to help stabilize the base ingredients. The ingredients in Badger Balm are USDA Certified Organic.
 Credit: My review is in italic. Description of Badger Balm and photograph is property of LuckyVitamin.com. Read more and order this product at http://www.luckyvitamin.com

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