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  • 6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today |
  • 6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today |
  • 6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today |
  • 6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today |
  • 6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today |
  • 6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today |
  • 6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today |
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6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today

Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

A good lip gloss can make your day. A bad one, not so much.

Bad lip glosses and tints are the worst – they dry out your lips instead of protecting them, they feel sticky, and sometimes have you looking like you’ve made out with a bag of Krispy Kremes rather than the luscious lip effect your were going for.

But a GOOD cruelty free lip balm? It’s worth it’s weight in gold.

That’s why we’ve rounded up our faves to share with you today. Viva la bunny!


100% Pure Pigment Lip Glaze
This range of organic lip glazes get their colour from natural fruit pigments – making them rich in natural antioxidants and vitamins. Each lip glaze has a moisturising base of avocado and cocoa butters leaving your lips super soft and nourished. They comes in 7 shades however my favourite pick is Peach Bellini.


Go-To Lips!
The hero product of Zoe Foster’s amazing Go-To Skincare range, Lips! is all about moisture and protection – and it WORKS. It uses medical grade lanolin, nourishing apricot kernel, avocado, almond, evening primrose, vitamin E and jojoba oils, as well as beeswax and soothing calendula and shea butter to ensure your lips are genuinely nourished, protected and conditioned. With a subtle sheen, the clear gloss is your answer to all those vaseline-y lip balms that promised moisture but left your lips dry, parched and greasy. Go-To won’t leave you hanging like that – a few applications and your lips will feel like they’ve won the moisture jackpot.



Becca Beach Tint
I couldn’t do summer without this little gem! The beautifully blendable crème stain for cheeks and lips suits all skin types and comes in 8 shades. Kiss-proof and water-resistant, it dries to a perfect, streak-free, non-greasy and non-drying finish. It leaves you with the flush of colour but no sticky residue. A great all-rounder.


The Body Shop Coconut Lip Gloss
This sheer gloss gives a slick, shiny finish – without any grease or mess. The creamy coconut flavour smells divine too!


Burt Bee’s Lip Balm with Pink Grapefruit
This juicy lip balm is made with nutritious, tropical Pink Grapefruit Seed Oil, bursting with powerful vitamins. It has a tangier flavour than other balms, with the grapefruit softening and protecting the lips. Lower sheen than other glosses, it’s also great for no-fuss application.


People for Plants Organic Lip Balm
These 100% organic lip balms are made with skin friendly ingredients (no petroleum!) including the finest coconut oil to moisturise, cocoa butter to soften and rosemary with its powerful anti-oxidant properties to prevent oxidative cell stress. Coming in a handy swivel stick applicator they leave your lips soft, plump and with a low sheen. They come in 6 different flavours.


Are you loco for lip gloss like me? What are your fave cruelty free picks?

Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

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5 responses to “6 Cruelty Free Lip Balms You Should Try Today”

  1. Julia says:

    I love all of these cruelty-free product posts! Please keep them coming! xo

  2. Miriam says:

    Thank you for this post, I will try to find some of this products in Germany 🙂 Your blog is so adorable!

  3. Morgan says:

    Just a tad bit of info. Burt’s Bees itself IS cruelty-free, but it is owned by a company (I forget who) that is not. The Burt’s Bees brand is doing what it should, but I still don’t buy Burt’s because I don’t want to support its owner 🙁

  4. meme says:

    Burt’s Bees is owned by Clorox, and they test on animals , won’t buy anymore

  5. Deedee says:

    Burt’s Bees…not to mention that any product that comes from bees (like honey) is likely not cruelty free.

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