6 Best Eco Friendly Lip Balm You Need

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Looking for the best eco friendly lip balm? I’ve been giving a lot of thought to the products I use in my day to day living – not just beauty products but everything I consume. It’s not just about how much I consume but also what goes into the products that I consume. I put together this list of the best eco-friendly lip balm after looking at the lip balm products I most enjoy using that have values I support. 

6 Best Eco Friendly Lip Balm You Need Today

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6 Best Eco Friendly Lip Balm

So what makes lip balm eco-friendly? In part, it’s the ingredients that go into the lip balm products. Are they made from oil-based (petroleum jelly) type products? Or are they made from more sustainable products like beeswax or cocoa butter? Here are a few eco lip balms you may want to try.

Burt’s Bees Superfruit Lip Balm

Burt’s Bees Superfruit Lip Balms delivers nutrient-rich moisture to soften, hydrate, and protect your lips while delivering a deliciously sweet finish. Shea butter promotes firmness and elasticity while sunflower seed oil and lanolin lock in moisture for a supple texture.

6 Best Eco Friendly Lip Balm You Need

Eco Lips Sport Lip Balm

Designed for extreme outdoor enthusiasts, this unflavoured lip balm will protect your lips under the harshest conditions. SPF 30. It contains Aloe vera, Organic beeswax, Organic calendula, Castor oil, Organic jojoba oil, organic soybean oil.

EOS lip balm

EOS lip balm is 95 percent organic, 100 percent natural, and paraben and petrolatum free. Packed with antioxidant-rich vitamin E, soothing shea butter and jojoba oil, eos keeps your lips moist, soft and sensationally smooth.

woman holding a tube of lip balm

Korres Mandarin Lip Butter Stick

Repair and protect with this deeply nourishing lip treatment formulated with a luxurious blend of softening oils, butters, and waxes. Each healing stick also features vitamin E, known for its advanced antioxidant properties.

Badger Lip Balm – Cocoa Butter

Badger makes certified organic and all-natural body and skin care products including healing balms, natural sunscreens, skin moisturizers, muscle rubs, aromatherapy, and other personal care products.

Dr. Bronner’s Organic Lip Balm

Dr. Bronner’s Organic Lip Balms made with organic beeswax, provide a protective barrier to the elements without any synthetic ingredients. Organic jojoba, avocado, and hemp oils help with extra moisturization.

woman holding a pot of lip balm

What is the best natural lip balm?

Here are a few that I recommend.

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Do you have a favorite eco-friendly lip balm to add to the list? What’s your favorite eco chapstick?

6 Best Eco Friendly Lip Balm You Need Today

10 thoughts on “6 Best Eco Friendly Lip Balm You Need”

  1. I love the Burt’s Bees line… I also use Trader Joes. I assume that is also Eco Friendly. But I know Trader Joe’s is regional. (West Coast)

  2. I use Burts Bees and EOS but I had never even heard of the other brands. I am definitely going to give them a try all summer long because it means a lot to me to buy eco friendly products. 

  3. I have tried Burt’s Bees before. I really like them, but I haven’t tried any of the others yet. 

  4. We are into Burt’s Bees here and EOS! I love the mint and strawberry EOS flavors and the peppermint Burt’s Bees. 

  5. I was hoping there would be some consideration for eco-friendly packaging as far as the dispenser goes. I don’t think recycling centres local to me recycle the plastic lip balms. Are metal ones better for the environment? Would love some info on this.

    • I would think that in order to be recycled, the entire holder would have to be made of the same recyclable material. Or, you’d have to disassemble it to recycle the pieces that are recyclable. Perhaps the solid metal tins would be the most recyclable?

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