Lip To Lid Duo Set
Lip-to-Lid Balmies are planet-friendly, wear-anywhere crayons that hydrate like a balm. Packed with oils, butters, and antioxidants such as elderberry, hemp, and plum oil to nourish, heal and hydrate skin. Balmies are 100% zero waste which means they're tube and cap free. They're wrapped in paper and rest in a recyclable carrying case.
Get the Axiology Lip-to-Lid Balmies Duo Set to try out a variety of colors.
HOW TO USE ITApply directly to eyes, lips + cheeks and blend in with fingers. Tear the recyclable paper as needed and keep Balmie in its red, recyclable box. Boxes handmade from recycled trash by a women's cooperative in Bali.
Kokum Butter, Elderberry, Hemp Seed, Neem, SunflowerFull Ingredient List
Castor Oil*, Kokum Butter, Sunflower Oil*, Sunflower Seed Wax, Hemp Seed Oil, Plum Seed Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Elderberry Extract, Neem Seed Oil
ABOUT THIS BRAND
Axiology was founded by Ericka Rodriguez, who combines her commitment to fruitarianism and healthier, safer cosmetics in her artisan makeup line. Ericka spent over a year testing ingredients and concocting the perfect formula for Axiology's lipstick line. The result was a product that serves kind, vivacious people everywhere who want to look glamorous while also giving back. Axiology believes in a world where using an everyday luxury like lipstick doesn't include polluting the planet, hurting its beings, or ingesting harmful chemicals through our skin.
Axiology is a member of PETA and financially supports the Orangutan Foundation to protect this endangered species and rain forests from palm deforestation. Axiology's lipstick boxes are sourced from Bali where Ericka discovered a woman-owned recycled-paper boutique. After personally witnessing all stages of production, Ericka wanted to support this sustainable business that gives local women opportunities and a healthy work environment. The paper used for each gorgeous triangular box is collected from all over the island of Bali and is taken to a small factory where it's then boiled down to a pulp, dried in the sun, and finally folded and decorated by hand. The gift inherent in these boxes is that their production helps trash reduction on the island, a growing concern as the population of Bali and popularity of the destination continues to rise.