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Moisturizing Lip Balm - Muse - 5g


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  • Brand: Musa
  • Product Code: MM-BLHMM
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Moisturizing lip balm with intense and fruity aroma with a coconut, cocoa or strawberry flavor formulated to moisturize and soften the lips. Moisturiz.. See More

Moisturizing lip balm with intense and fruity aroma with a coconut, cocoa or strawberry flavor formulated to moisturize and soften the lips. Moisturizer without leaving any shade on the lips. Its tone is obtained through crushed minerals. Ideal for moisturizing dry and chapped lips. The lips remain perfectly soft, protected and moisturized. Creamy in appearance and texture.


Instructions for Use:
Use frequently and whenever necessary. Use for a shiny finish or as a base for your favorite lipstick. Do not expose to high temperatures.


Highlights in the composition of the product:
This product is based on natural and conscious raw materials such as materials extracted from the apricot kernel to promote hydration and Shea Butter and Cocoa which form a protective barrier and bring smoothing properties with it. Contains flower nectar derivatives that soothe and encourage the natural skin renewal process. It also contains natural flavors, natural pigments and minerals and Vitamin E.


Ingredients: Prunus armeniaca kernel Oil, Theobroma cacao, Butyrospermum parkii Butter, Ricinnus communis Oil, Wax alba, Honey, Flavor, Honey, Benzyl Alcohol, Linallol, Alpha-iso-Methylionone, Anisaldehyde.


NO parabens, NO synthetic fragrances, NO synthetic dyes. Pure and Natural Ingredients only.







Additional information


Lipsticks: toxicity that we bring to the lips
It is often claimed that the toxic elements are in small concentrations and even then they are only applied superficially, on the skin and hair. Controversial claim, since what we use on the surface of the body can be absorbed! Lipsticks and other elements applied to the lips are an example.

Lipsticks are applied on average 20 times a day. The average annual consumption of lipsticks was calculated and it was concluded that they can be ingested (yes, we frequently ingest lipsticks). And the small portions that are ingested, accumulated throughout the year, with toxic components in small quantities, it's not about something so harmless, do you agree?

Concern about lipstick composition
One of the concerns expressed by researchers from the FDA - Food and Drug Administration, found lead, in a reasonable concentration, in 400 different samples of lipsticks from renowned brands. The FDA-imposed limit for lead use is on the order of 20 ppm - parts per million. Viewed as permissive, this FDA decision conflicts with other studies that do not establish a safe threshold for human body contact with the lead element. It is worth pointing out that in Europe, according to legislation, there was a total ban on the use of lead in cosmetic products.
And lead is just the tip of the iceberg...
In addition to lead, there are also other toxic elements in the composition of lipsticks, such as chromium, aluminum, cadmium, copper, manganese, cobalt and titanium.

In lipsticks, sunscreens, moisturizers and eye pencils.

Chromium, for example, has harmful effects on the body:

  • agitation,
  • premature birth,
  • Alzheimer's,
  • aggression,
  • loss of concentration,
  • IQ deficit,
  • insanity,
  • depression,
  • hyperactivity,
  • reduced cognitive abilities
  • dysregulation of the menstrual cycle,
  • Parkinson, among others.

Did you find it alarming? Unfortunately... An American video explains, in a light and humorous way, how the cosmetics industry uses toxic substances in its products and the reasons for this – yes, there are reasons for the industry to do so. Watch the video with Portuguese subtitles by clicking on the subtitles button.



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