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Organic Jaffa Lip Balm

For soft, kissable lips use this delicious balm day and night. Nutritious cocoa butter,

 safflower and avocado oils soften and smoothes rough, chapped lips, while organic

orange and vanilla taste delicious.


Organic safflower (carthamus tinctorius) seed oil, organic shea
(butyrospermum parkii) fruit butter, organic unrefined beeswax (cera alba),
organic avocado (persea gratissima) fruit oil, organic aloe vera (aloe barbadensis)
 leaf juice, organic sweet orange (citrus dulcis) essential oil, organic vanilla
 (vanilla planifolia) extract, d-panthenol (pro-vitamin B5), annatto (bixa orellana)
seed extract, organic sugar-cane ethanol, non-gmo lecithin, honeysuckle
 (lonicera japonica )extract. Organic product 

II'm a vegan. Do you have to use beeswax in the lip balm?

We use certified organic beeswax in our lip balm and moisturisers. Whilst there are vegetable waxes that could quite adequately do the job - none are available in certified organic form. So, unfortunately, we cannot do without it with our present requirements of being certified organic.

Some people claim that all honey/beeswax production is cruel. Yes, conventional beekeeping IS cruel. There is a vast difference between conventional "mass-production" beekeeping and organic beekeeping.

Conventional beekeeping involves:

� artificial feeding regimes
� feeding of artificial pollen substitutes and white sugar syrup
� drug and pesticide treatment
� genetic manipulation
� artificial insemination
� transportation (by air, rail and road) resulting in stress, suffocation, overheating or freezing of the bees
� wing clipping and use of artificial pheromones to prevent queen bee from flying off
� synthetic pesticides and antibiotics to combat pests

I spoke to our apiarist and he was quite upset that his loving and natural method of bee-keeping could in any way be regarded as cruel.

His (our supplier's) version of bee-keeping:

"Our bees gather honey form nearby organic eucalyptus forests. As honey is the bees food, we only take surplus honey. We leave as much as we can to keep our bees happy and healthy. The wax is the protective cap of the hives, which keeps the honey nice and fresh. When we harvest, we take the wax cap off the hive, pull out the comb, and drain off the excess. The bees are not hurt in any way. The comb is the put back in the hive."

As you can see, there is no cruelty or artificial manipulation involved. Organic agriculture is a better way of doing things, and we wish to support those farmers who are doing the right thing for our planet.