October 15, 2008

Organic Shell Lip Balm

These amazing sea shells are truly one of a kind! From Australia's own Organic Island, these beautiful natural cases house a certified organic lip balm that cares for the most important thing next to the planet – your smile.
Made from certified organic coconut, macadamia and jojoba oils to rehydrate and protect your lips for a sexy pout. But what makes this product special is the stylish shell, fastened by a shiny silver clasp that makes this a hot accessory for eco-conscious fashionistas. Instead of non-biodegradable plastics, shells break down naturally in the environment and these ones are sourced from landfill type environments and then specially treated to restore them to their natural brilliance! Have a look at Organic Island's video clip: www.organicisland.com.au
Available in a range of colours and sizes – each shell is as distinctive and unique as Mother Nature herself. And with a mini mirror available in most styles, they are the perfect choice for organic skin care on-the-go!100% Natural lipbalms packaged in Real Beach Shells
100% Natural Lip Balms packaged in Real Beach Shells

Organic Island provides shipping Internationally. www.organicisland.com.au
(Guest post by Samantha)

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  1. A very interesting read!

  2. Thanks for the info.

  3. Subhadra12:08 PM

    Lips are one of the most sensitive parts of the body. Using holistic and chemical free nut extracts and moisturizing organic vegetable oils, our lip balms provide protection as they soften and moisturize your lips

  4. Sabita8:18 AM

    Gorgeous colours and packaging! I love the details

  5. I want one too!!

  6. Lakshmidas8:56 AM

    Hi it´s my firt time here...I am so curious about the lip balm

  7. Aaditya8:57 AM

    Yum! I'm going to have to keep an eye out for this.

  8. Soubhagya5:25 PM

    I use Burt's Bee's only, and I think I should have been more specific when I stated using an lip balm SPF underneath is great for lip health.


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