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Weleda's Organic Everon Lip Balm Protects and Moisturizes Dry Lips Naturally

I have a bit of an obsession with lip balms. Lip glosses are too sticky {unless going out at night; then it’s appropriate}, lipsticks reminds me of my mother, but lip balms are not only moisturizing but has the added perk of giving you just a bit of a sheen for that elusive perfect pout. It’s an effortless beauty product that doesn’t look like you are trying too hard. With the perfect moisturizer and a lip balm, you are ready to start the day.

One of my absolute favorites is the Weleda Everon Lip Balm. As the lip balm queen who has tried every jar, tube, and stick imaginable, this is the creme de la creme of lip moisturizers without the hefty price tag. Weleda Everon is ultra nourishing with ingredients like Jojoba oil, Shea Butter, and precious Rose wax. Should I mention that it’s also 100% natural and all Organic?

  • It’s also Petroleum-free. Did you know most lip creams still use a petroleum base.
  • Contain no artificial preservatives, colors or fragrances
  • Cruelty-free

Made with purest ingredients possible, Weleda is a producer of natural and Organic beauty products way before it was hip to be green. Weleda is a company with Biodynamic® farming methods; They are also fair trade. Weledas natural ingredients are so sought after, that according a Whole Foods beauty care expert, Ole Henriksen gets his raw materials from them. Comparable to Ole Henriksen’s lip balm but for much less at $5 a pop. Another great thing about Weleda is its wide availability. You can probably find this at most health food stores and might be able to find it at conventional drug stores.

The Everon lip balm has a hint of vanilla with a touch of rose. Doesn’t feel too waxy or gooey. It feels very good on.

Written by Susie Kim-Carberry

Susie Kim-Carberry is a professional writer who's been featured in numerous publications, both in print and online. She started as a features writer for The Bayonet Newspaper in 1997 and studied print journalism at the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Media. Kim-Carberry is currently focusing on online media as a freelance writer, content producer and also serves as a site editor for Important Media. A self-confessed travel addict, her other equally important job is being a semi-crunchy mom to her two daughters. She tries to maintain a balanced life through her yoga practice and secretly dreams of being a Parisian one day.

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