Almond oil is commonly used in skincare to soften and smooth the skin. Packed with Vitamin E, almond oil keeps your skin cells healthy and protects your skin from UV damage. The high Vitamin A content helps in stimulating collagen in the skin. Almond oil’s rich vitamin content and moisturizing properties are excellent for treating chapped lips.
Beeswax moisturises, heals and soothes dry cracked lips. It protects the skin, is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.
Coconut oil is an edible oil that is also an ideal remedy for chapped lips. This natural oil moisturises, has excellent skin nourishing properties, is anti-fungal, antibacterial and traditionally was popular for its anti-aging benefits.
Rose absolute is moisturising and soothing, making it a traditionally highly sought after ingredient in skincare. This natural oil also has excellent healing benefits as well as being antibacterial. With this combo of benefits, it packs a powerful punch in the Evali Naturals Lip Balm. And it smells wonderful!
Rosehip Oil is high in vitamins, promotes skin regeneration, is highly nourishing, is excellent at repairing damaged skin and fading scars. It also soothes irritated red skin, protects the skin from damage, brightens the skin and stimulates collagen production (with it’s high vitamin A & C content).
Sea Buckthorn Oil
Seabuckthorn Oil can assist to repair damaged skin. It is well-known for its skin-healing and rejuvenating effects.
Camelia Oil is rich in nourishing nutrients that support healthy skin. can help smooth rough patches of skin and lock in moisture. It is very quickly absorbed into the skin leaving a smooth non-greasy feel. Perfect for wearing day and night as it also has sun block properties. Traditionally, camelia oil was used in Japan as an anti-aging elixir.
Jojoba Oil is an oil extracted from the seeds of the Jojoba plant. The oil is beneficial for lip care as it provides great hydration. Jojoba oil also has anti-inflammatory properties. The Vitamin E, B-complex vitamins and zinc found in jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control
Tocopherol – Natural
Tocopherol is one of several alcohols that make up vitamin E which occur in wheatgerm oil, lettuce or spinach leaves, egg yolk, etc. Natural mixed tocopherols (forms of vitamin E) can help maintain the freshness and shelf life of products. They are a natural alternative to synthetic antioxidants.
Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate is a derivative of vitamin C that can be used in higher concentrations without drawbacks. It is one of the most stable derivatives of Vitamin C. Vitamin C is an effective antioxidant, brightens the skin tone and reduces signs of aging.
Alpha Bisabolol is the major active component of Chamomile. It has long been used in cosmetics for it’s anti-inflammatory, healing, soothing, and anti-microbial properties.