Well hello saucy lips!
Here’s a marvellous balm that will do away with all lip trouble, thanks to natural ingredients like Shea Butter, Cocoa Seed Butter, Olive Oil, Mango Seed Butter, Natural Vitamin E, Carrot Seed Oil and Plum Fruit Extract. A regular dash of this and you’ve got soft, healthy, kissable lips to sport, all year long. Say a permanent goodbye to unhappy, chapped lips, for the love of plum!
THE STUFF WE ARE MADE OF
WHO CAN USE IT?
- Suits all skin types, including sensitive skin
- All products must be first used on a small patch of skin to rule out any allergies. Thought, we’d let you know
HOW TO USE
WHY SUPER SMELLY?
Does my Super Smelly lip balm contain preservatives?
SUPER SMELLY products contain ONLY natural preservatives, which for most parts are food grade.
Does my Super Smelly lip balm expire?
You can use your lip balm up till 24 months from the date of manufacture. But why wait that long to enjoy the nourishing benefits of this natural buttery wonder when you could have glowing, healthy lips today? Give you lips that generous care which only you can!
Does my Super Smelly lip balm contain petroleum?
Most definitely not! We kicked out harmful chemicals like petroleum, along with parabens, BHA/BHT, oxybenzone, phthalates, lanolin, polyethylene glycol, phenoxyethanol and silicones. So rest assured and smear away!
How do you ensure that your products are toxin free?
We begin our formulations keeping the negative list of toxic ingredients in mind. After identifying the ingredients for a formulation, each ingredient is then scrutinized by Safe Cosmetics Australia (SCA). Post their approval we send our products to an independent French laboratory governed by international regulatory standards, where a panel of esteemed dermatologists clinically test our products for toxicity, ph balance and non-irritants. It is only after this stringent process that we pass the ingredients and formulations for manufacturing.
Could my lip balm trigger an allergic reaction?
All Super Smelly products are clinically and dermatologically tested for irritation and allergies. However, since everyone has different skin types, ideally it is best to test the product on a patch of skin first before applying elsewhere.