Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Baby Lip & Cheek Balm

With winter weather still lingering around us, whether it may be snow, rain or sunshine- this can be an unkind test on baby’s delicate skin. Chilly breezes of mother nature and dry, warm air can leave behind dry-chapped lips, cheeks and hands.
Erbaviva Baby Lip and Cheek balm - Made with an all natural blend of organic shea butter, lavender, chamomile and organic oils of jojoba, safflower and calendula; has become a popular staple among many of our Erbaviva babies and friends. Its calming scents of lavender and chamomile provide soothing and comforting protection; while it's base of organic shea butter acts as a moisturizing barrier and natural healing agent.
Packaged in a special wide stick for easy application to baby's lips and cheeks, and easy for little hands to hold.
Great for adults as well.
Petroleum Free!
Nearly 100% organic - Organic products are made with ingredients that were grown or produced without the use of pesticides, artificial fertilizers or sewer sludge.  By eliminating these components, organic products not only have a low impact on our environment, but also are much healthier for our bodies. The skin is the largest organ we have, it is important to remember that it is a living part of our body.

USDA Certified Organic:
Certified Organic products have gone through a third party verification to ensure that they comply with organic standards. Because there is no organic standard for skin care products, they must meet the same organic requirements that food products go through.  Erbaviva is proud to be one of the few skin care producers to carry the USDA certified organic seal. This means, our ingredients, the facility, and the process our products go through meet the stringent National Organic Program standards.  Products carrying the USDA seal contain 95% or more USDA certified organic ingredients.

Keep in mind that there are MANY products that claim to be organic. In the United States. The only true organic seal is the USDA organic  seal. 
All others are self-regulated and are not inspected by the USDA.
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