Kiwifruit Lip Balm - 10 gms each
No more chapped lips, experience the satiny feeling!
Our Kiwifruit lip balm moisturises and rejuvenates lips, for that total juicy lips look. Kiwifruit is also a good source of vitamin E, another antioxidant that can help you fight against the formation of free radicals (your skin's greatest enemy).
Directions To Use
Apply the lip balm evenly and liberally on your lips, as often as needed.
The Lip Balm
- Helps nourish and moisturize the lips
- Is free of preservatives
- Smells and tastes delicious
- Contains Vitamin E and beeswax, both of which condition the lips and protect it from free radicals.
No Animal ingredient is used in our Lip Balms. We do not test our finished products on animals
Please Note - Erda - brand from the house of RMC (NZ) Limited accepts no responsibility for the incorrect use of information, related to the Lip Balms. Our products are all handmade and as a result, there may be slight inconsistencies between batches.
Whilst we strive for high quality and safe products, please understand that natural ingredients can have slight variance depending on the growing season and harvest. Erda Lip Balms do not claim to cure, prevent or treat anybody illnesses, disorders or conditions.
Our products are not medicinal and we only offer recommendations, on the suitability of different products in assisting with the relief of certain body ailments. When you purchase our products, you agree to accept responsibility to check with a medical professional before using products that may interfere with any medical conditions you may have or drugs you may be using.
The information accompanying our products (on this website and elsewhere) is general in nature and is not intended to substitute advice from medical professionals. We offer information about ingredients in our products that is considered widely accepted knowledge but lay no claim that said information translates specifically to our products.
Before the use of our products, it is advisable to test on a small area of skin and lips, to check for sensitivity or an allergic reaction. If irritation occurs you should discontinue use and if necessary seek advice from a medical professional.