PURE Papaya Care Papaya Lips
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P'ure Papayacare, Papaya Lip Balm
Papaya Lips is formulated to nourish and moisturise the skin on our lips, leaving it feeling soft. The skin on the lips is thinner than the skin on our body so it's important to prevent them from being dry and cracked. This vegan and cruelty-free lip balm contain Candelila Wax which acts as a natural barrier to help protect and prevent moisture loss.
Papaya is a superfood that's rich in nutrients, antioxidants and vitamins A, C, and E. It contains unique enzymes that gently exfoliate away dead skin cells and repairs dry, damaged skin to stimulate skin regeneration. Made from 100% natural ingredients. No petroleum, preservatives, castor oil and palm oil.
- Australian fermented Papaya: Nutrient-rich, with high levels of vitamin C and unique enzymes to gently exfoliate and repair dry lips
- Shea Butter, Macadamia and Jojoba: Ultra nourishing, lip healthy ingredients to soothe, moisturise and hydrate
- Candelilla Wax: A vegetable wax which acts as a natural barrier to help prevent moisture loss
Natrue and BioGro Certified. Made in Australia. Packaged in a recyclable cardboard box and plastic tube.
P'ure Papayacare creates high quality skincare formulated by naturopaths with natural ingredients that have been purposefully selected for their healing and moisturising benefits. Many skincare products on the market contain Petroleum, Mineral Oil and harmful chemicals that can get absorbed directly into your bloodstream. P'ure Papayacare believes in working with genuinely good and effective ingredients that combat different skin conditions. Featuring hero active ingredient, the Papaya or Paw Paw for its rejuvenating enzymes to help restore, moisturise and renew the skin. Their Australian papaya fruit is non-GMO, organically grown in tropical parts of Queensland. The whole papaya is fermented to concentrate the ingredients and ensure their nutrients are preserved.