‘Pucker up’ this Valentine’s Day with Dr. Bronner’s Magic Organic Balms
February 1, 2013
The winter months can have a brutal effect on our lips; cold blustery winds and too much central heating can leave our pout dry, flaky and in need of some serious ‘Magic’.
Not content with only soaps, the leading light in all things organic, Dr. Bronner’s now bestows upon us their utterly delectable and certified organic Magic Lip Balms. Scented using only Fair Trade organic essential oils and containing no synthetic ingredients or preservatives, these gorgeous balms make a perfect natural skin treat.
Not only that, but the mouth-watering range is the perfect fix for kissable lips this February 14th and they come in a variety of sumptuous flavours including Peppermint, Lemon Lime, Orange Ginger, and Naked. All contain jojoba and hemp oil moisturisers which are then locked in with beeswax to rejuvenate tired, chapped lips leaving them silky soft and smooth. The natural ingredients melt into the delicate skin from the very first application protecting lips from the elements and helping them to stay feeling fabulous, looking healthy and smelling beautiful.
Only the finest natural, Fair Trade and organic ingredients are used in all Dr. Bronner’s products. Each and every one of Dr. Bronner’s products is USDA and Fair Trade certified, with large portions of profits (between 30% to 70%) donated to charities each year.
Dr. Bronner’s Magic 100% Organic Lip Balms (RRP £2.95) Available at www.drbronner.co.uk
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Notes to editors:
Dr. Emanuel Bronner was a third generational soap maker who spent his life renouncing hate and war on a personal mission to unite mankind. His strong views and lectures landed him in a mental asylum in Chicago, but eight months later in 1948, Bronner escaped and continued with his message in California. During this time, he also began making peppermint liquid soap under the ‘Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps’ brand. He gave away soap during his talks but soon realized people were taking it without listening to him speak. As a result, he started writing his philosophy on the bottle in tiny script, which is still used on Bronner’s packaging today.