Juniper Seed Mercantile's lip glosses feel so creamy and delicious going on. Super moisturising too.
Here we have the Sugared Peach - the lightest tone of the three lip glosses. It is a nice bit of sparkle and pinkish tint, for those who want something just a little more than a plain lip balm. (Please compare to the other colours in the second photo). The lip tints are named for their colours not their flavours.
It is lightly flavoured with vanilla and bergamot, sweetened with stevia and coloured with powdered mica and oxides. Completely natural and perfect for anyone with sensitivities to artificial flavours. The gloss uses real vanilla absolute, not fragrance or flavour oil.
Please note these glosses are very subtle compared to what you might expect from a commercial lip gloss with lots of added ingredients. Think more of a tinted balm with a shimmer! The darker colours, plum and boysenberry give more colour.
A note from Tiffany at Juniperseed Mercantile:
"You might think lip balm is just lip balm. Who really knows the difference between brands? But I have been told over and over again, this lip balm is the best my customers have ever tried. I didn't really set out to make the world's best lip balm. I just tweaked my recipe again and again until it came out just the way I like it. Turns our everyone else likes it just that way too!
Mission: Providing 'Down to Earth Decadence' - natural produts at a reasonable price
Founder Tiffany Norton started Juniperseed Mercantile in 2007. She is passionate about using earth-friendly ingredients and responsible packaging. A scientist and science teacher with a self confessed obsessive interest in chemistry, green living and herbal lore.
Juniperseed Mercantile is based in Colorado, USA and is run by Tiffany and a small team who all share the same passion for the environment and responsible living. They use predominately organic ingredients and their organic cotton, bamboo and hemp cloth is all grown in the USA and Canada.
All ingredients are fully disclosed because they believe consumers deserve to be informed and empowered to take good care of themselves.