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Badger Balm Unscented Lip Balm - 4.2g

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Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

Scents often made me feel nauseous including my old lip balm whose scent I used to love. I was relieved when I found an unscented option.

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About Badger Balm Unscented Lip Balm - 4.2g

The Badger Balm Unscented Lip Care Stick provides heavy-duty moisture to dry, chapped chemo lips. 

Key Benefits: 

  • Unscented Badger Balm Lip Care Stick moisturises and hydrates lips 
  • Extra virgin olive oil, beeswax and organic aloe help to soothe and protect
  • Contains no added scents, colours, flavours or sweeteners 

Chemotherapy can lead to dry, cracked and chapped lips. Several cancer treatments also result in nausea and an aversion to strong scents. This natural and unscented balm is an ideal way to hydrate your lips without irritating scents. The lip stick contains organic extra Virgin olive oil and beeswax, as well as organic aloe, seabuckthorn and rosehip extracts. These ingredients help soothe and protect the lips. The Badger Balm Lip Care Stick has a light texture that leaves the lips smooth and glossy. Enjoy instant relief and long-lasting moisture!




*Olea Europaea (Organic Extra Virgin Olive) Oil, *Cera Alba (Organic Beeswax), *Ricinus Communis (Organic Castor) Oil, CO2 Extract of *Rosmarinus Officinalis (Organic Rosemary). * = Certified Organic

How do I use it?

  • Uncap and apply to the lips as frequently as needed

Customer Reviews

  1. It works for me...

    M. LewisTuesday, 17 May 2016

    ... At least, it has so far. I've suffered from cracked lips for several years now. I've tried various lip balms and ointments, but this is the first one that has really been effective. I've been using it about twice times a week for about six weeks, and while it isn't a complete cure, it does go a long way towards reducing the problem. I also like the fact that it is unscented.