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    Emilie Heathe Lip R&R Exfoliating Lip Balm

    $42
    Product Description

    Gone are the days  of harsh scrubs that leave behind unwanted residue and a dry pout. Meet the next generation of lip exfoliation. Natural dissolving beads and a unique scrubbing tip help to slosh off dead skin while simultaneously promoting a plumper, moisturized pout. 

    The gentle scrub-to-balm formula exfoliates to removes dry skin and to promote healthy, smooth lips. Use it to prep lips for color or alone as a hydrator with a pillow-soft sheen. It can also be used to help remove stubborn lipstick and prevent staining. Clean easily with warm water or simply wipe off the scrubbing tip as needed.  

    Details + Dimensions

    DETAILS 

    • Natural exfoliating beads and natural fragrance
    • Shea butter, squalane, coffee, jojoba, blueberry and white tea for moisturization and a dose of antioxidants
    • Never tested on animals
    • Medical grade unique silicone scrubbing tip
    • Paraben, sulfate, mineral oil and phalate-free
    • Natural exfoliating beads and fragrance 
    • Size: .05 Oz |  1.6 g
    • U.S. Ground shipping only

    DIMENSIONS 

    • 5 x .05 inches

    INGREDIENTS 

    • Octyldodecanol, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, squalane, caprylic/capric triglyceride, quaternium-90 bentonite, glycerin, silica, behenyl behenate, jojoba esters, ethylcellulose, tribehenin, hydrogenated dilinoleyl alcohol, isostearyl alcohol, water, coffea arabica (coffee) seed oil, camellia sinensis leaf extract, caprylyl glycol, vaccinium angustifolium (blueberry) fruit extract, hydrogenated lecithin, palmitic acid, glucose, stevia rebaudiana extract, phenoxyethanol, betaine, hexylene glycol, momordica grosvenorii fruit extract, flavor, propylene carbonate, tocopherol, c12-16 alcohols, fragrance, mica, titanium dioxide (ci 77891)

    Meet The Brand

    Made with clean ingredients and offered in extraordinary colors and a packaging that feels like an object of significance. Emilie Heathe believes that our bodies are a blank canvas—each one has the potential to be a masterpiece.