The Healing Ingredients Found in the Different Flavors of EOS Lip Balm

January 12, 2017 @ 5:01 am

The line of lip balm products made by Evolution of Smooth have been quickly penetrating the health and beauty market. These little spheres of balm come in a variety of flavors designed to be both appealing and protective.

EOS lip balm recently launched a two pack limited edition balm containing the flavors of Strawberry Sorbet and Wildberry. This was done in association with Breast Cancer Awareness so the package containing the lip balms comes with a pink background that has words of inspiration printed across the front. They are packaged in both light and dark pink colored spheres. Both the Strawberry Sorbet and Wildberry lip balms are paraben free and contain ingredients that make them 100 percent natural and 95 percent organic. They are made with nourishing ingredients like Shea butter, vitamin E and jojoba oil to make lips soft and supple.

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EOS lip balm also makes a line that add extra protection to lips when out in the sun. Their Lemon Drop flavored balm comes in a .25 oz sunny yellow sphere to make it easier to apply the balm to lips. This flavor contains an SPF factor of 15 to provide people with protection against both UVA and UVB rays. This flavor is also 100 percent natural, is certified as gluten free and comes with a refreshingly light citrus scent.

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To help heal sore, dry lips Evolution of Smooth also has a medicated version of their balm. Their Tangerine flavored lip balm is made with vitamins C and E as well as zinc, jojoba oil and Shea butter. Designed to help promote healthy lips, this flavor is made with antioxidants that offer antibacterial protection. Their medicated Tangerine lip balm from EOS puts moisture back into dry lips to make them soft. This product is 95 percent organic, gluten free and has not been tested on animals. This variety is available on eBay.

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Get all the EOS products here: https://evolutionofsmooth.com/lip-balm/smooth-spheres.html

For a detailed info on how EOS’ history check out this Fast Company article.

 

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