Weleda’s Best-Selling Skin Food Now Comes in a Lip Balm

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* Skin Food Lip Butter nourishes, hydrates and gives your lips a natural gloss
* The effective balm is a follow-up to the popular Weleda Skin Food
* This product makes the perfect addition to any lip care regime

After the undoubted success of the Weleda Skin Food, a whole-body moisturizing cream that leaves your skin hydrated and filled with life, it was only natural that users of this effective skin care treatment were going to demand more. Weleda have answered those wishes and delivered another TLC-providing skin care product.

Where Weleda Skin Food is a body-wide skin care option, the Weleda Skin Food Lip Butter has been tailored for use specifically on, you guessed it, your lips. The oil-based cream delivers the nourishing care that your lips crave, leaving them feeling soft, beautiful and full of life.

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As you apply the plant-rich butter to your lips, you’ll be able to feel it melting in and bringing nourishment and moisture to your sensitive skin. The butter is great for use on your lips throughout the year. While it may feel most effective during the harsher, winter months, it’ll keep your lips in top condition whenever it’s applied.

The butter itself is made from a nutrient-rich blend of botanicals, including sunflower seed oil, calendula extracts and chamomile. Plus, the ‘natural’ emphasis in production means this product is free from parabens, phthalates, synthetic preservatives and cruelty.

The versatile nature of the lip balm also means it can also be used to add a natural, glossy sheen to your lips or alongside makeup.

If you were a fan of the original skin food or you simply want to switch to lip products you can depend on, it’s time to add the Weleda Skin Food Lip Butter to your skin care arsenal.


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