Rose Biodegradable Lip Balm
4ourclimate botanical balm protects and repairs kissers young and old while doing double-duty as a cuticle cream and healing all-purpose balm in a biodegradable tube.
Beeswax acts as a surfactant to form a protective barrier on the surface of the skin. This barrier provides a film of protection against irritants while still allowing the skin to breathe. Cocoa butter, made from the extracted oil of the cocoa bean, is a skin-loving wealth of fatty acids and antioxidants. It prevents dryness and peeling, healing cracked and dry winter skin as well as skin that’s been in the summer sun. It’s easily absorbed into the skin and stays locked in for hours.
Ingredients: beeswax,*∞ cocoa butter,* extra virgin coconut oil,* sunflower oil,* unrefined non-GMO vitamin e oil.**
Essential oils of rose geranium* and ho wood.
Net weight: 0.3-oz (twice the size of regular lip balms)
Handcrafted in the United States, Packaged in Canada.
Every product purchased funds the offset of 100 pounds of CO₂. Thank you for making a difference.
4ourclimate Clean-up Projects:
1. LifeStraw: Clean Water in Kenya
This project brings safe drinking water to more than 4.5m people in Western Kenya while cutting 2.4m tonnes of CO2 emissions annually. It is one of the largest climate and safe water projects globally. Some 877,505 families use LifeStraw Family water filters to purify water in their home, rather than boiling water for drinking over open fires. The gravity-driven filters require no electricity or consumables. In particular, the project leveraged carbon finance to employ 4,000 health trainers, who helped with distribution, education, and monitoring. It was one of nine ‘lighthouse’ projects selected by the United Nations in 2012 as best practice examples of climate action.
2.The Envira Amazonia Project: A Tropical Forest Conservation Project
The Envira Amazonia Project is a payment for ecosystem services forest conservation project, otherwise known as a Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+) project, protecting nearly 500,000 acres (200,000 hectares) of tropical rainforest.
The Envira Amazonia Project shall mitigate the release of more than 12.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions, while also preserving the habitat for an extraordinary amount of biodiversity and directly benefitting local communities.
Together, we can help avert a climate crisis.