Coenzyme Q10 Lip Balm

$3.18
Size: 4.2 g

CoQ10 lip revitalization with a kiss of mint. Paraben-free mint flavoured lip balm, fortified with the antioxidant CoQ10 to help reduce oxidative damage due to sun and other exposures.

  • CLEAN, ALL-NATURAL FORMULA
  • NON-GMO
  • SUSTAINABLY-SOURCED
  • PARABEN-FREE

Enhance Your Routine

  • Great relief for chapped, dry lips
  • Blend of five natural ingredients
  • CoQ10 antioxidant to reduce damage and signs of premature aging
  • Non-toxic and paraben-free!

Features

The quality of your lip product not only affects your lips, but the rest of the body upon ingestion. Organika’s Coenzyme Q10 Moisturizing Lip Balm not only is non-toxic and all natural, but it also includes antioxidants to protect your lips from damage.

Organika’s Lip Balm contains a blend of five natural ingredients:

  • Lanolin: The wax secreted from the oil glands of sheep, this is a fantastic waterproofer. It’s also a rich source of cholesterol, which is actually an important lipid for our skin cells.
  • Mint: This herby goodness lightly flavours this product, making it friendly for the whole family to use.
  • Beeswax: A natural wax produced by honey bees, beeswax makes a lovely lubricant and sealant to keep lips moist.
  • Tocopherol: As an antioxidant, vitamin E is often used as a natural preservative, helping to keep oils and fats from spoiling.
  • Ubiquinone: Coenzyme Q10 is vital for helping to produce energy in all our cells, including our skin. It’s also a powerful antioxidant and reduces the oxidative damage that can lead to uneven skin tone, fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of premature aging.

Ingredients

  • Lanolin
  • Beeswax
  • Mentha Piperita
  • Tocopherol
  • Ubiquinone

FAQ

Q: Is this lip balm vegan-friendly?
A: Unfortunately, no. Due to the use of lanolin from sheep and wax from bees, this product is not appropriate for vegans.

Q: When I put CoQ10 on topically, does it benefit anything other than the top layer of skin?
A: Studies show that CoQ10 can penetrate the skin when applied topically.

Q: Is adding CoQ10 to skin products a new concept?
A: No, you may have seen it before. It’s often just called ‘Q10’ in the beauty world. And it’s been used in Japan for skin care for much longer than North America. We’re finally catching on here!

Q: What else should I be looking to avoid in my lip balms?
A: Ingredients to stay away from include fragrance, sunscreens like oxybenzone and parabens. Those are best kept away from your body in all your personal care products.

Q: CoQ10 is also called ubiquinone because it’s ubiquitous in nature. If it’s found everywhere, does that mean I can find it in food sources as well?
A: Yes indeed. The highest sources of CoQ10 are in organ meats like heart and liver. Beef, pork, chicken and fish all contain modest amounts, plus oils and nuts. Even some vegetables and fruits contain low amounts like parsley, broccoli, avocado, and grapes.