Hippie Stick Lip Butter
Let your natural beauty shine with this healthy and sustainable lip butter.
Non toxic and vegan, these lip butters use all natural and organic ingredients of the highest quality, and mineral pigments for knock-out color. Plus, this creamy formula is ultra-hydrating so you get the benefits of a lip balm and a lipstick all in one!
Lightly apply for a hydrating tint, add a second layer for bold colour or even dab on some setting powder for a matte finish...
This environmentally friendly compostable tube comes with a generous amount of product (about double the amount of a normal lipstick).
The tubes are designed to be planted after use and will grow into cornflowers, you can sow the tube directly into soil until the lid is barely covered, or sow the lid only in seed raising mix (the rest of your tube can go in the compost).
Corn flower information;
Food for beneficial insects like bees
DAYS TO GERMINATION:7-14
PREFERRED GARDEN POSITION : Full sun
When to sow:
EARLY SPRING Sow indoors in containers and protect against low night temperatures.
LATE SPRING EARLY SUMMER Indoors or once danger of frosts has passed.
LATE SUMMER EARLY AUTUMN Best time for planting.
The tube itself is 100% biodegradable and it will take 3-4 months to decompose.
Always use a good quality soil or seed raising mix.
Never sow too deeply (Seed should be barely covered).
Never allow soil or seed mix to dry out or become waterlogged.
Be vigilant of low light levels and seedling damping off.
Because of many factors that could prevent germination, Hippie Stick does not 100% guarantee that your tube will grow a flower.
Handmade in New Zealand
Net Weight 0.3oz/ 8.5g
The Hippie Stick ingredients and products are never tested on animals.
Ingredients; Ricinus communis, Simmondsia chinensis, Butyrospermum parkii, Theobroma cacao, Helianthus annus, Euphorbia antisyphilitica, Theobroma grandiflorum, Eco cert approved Benzyl alcohol & dehydroacetic acid, Plant derived Stearic acid, D Alpha Tocopherol (1000 IU), D&C Red 33 Alum Lake, Vanilla planifolia, Titanium dioxide, Oenothera biennis.