Buffer, a cinnamon and strawberry natural lip scrub, will exfoliate dry, flakey and chapped lips. Buffer is a powerful lip exfoliator to slough away dead skin and ensure smooth and well conditioned lips at all times. Natural lip scrubs are a great prep for wearing lipstick as the scrub means better and longer lasting coverage.
What it is?
A lip scrub that makes lips way less flaky and way more luscious. Bet the thought of including a lip scrub in your beauty routine hadn’t even crossed your mind until you suffered a classic change-in-temperature, or morning-after-the-night-before dry lip and now here you are! Buffer will become a staple part of your regime because it’s one of those products you didn’t know you needed until you had it. A dual action scrub that buffs away those dreaded dry, chapped, flaky bits of skin. Softer lips that look really healthy and also make a great base for longer-lasting lipstick. Oh and p.s it’s strawberry and cinnamon flavour, so smells REALLY great. Housed in our iconic eco-tubes made from sugarcane rather than plastic.
Smooth, well conditioned lips and not a flake in sight.
Why it is awesome
Brown sugar granules wipe away the flakey bits of skin and both agave and cherry oils hydrate dry lips. As if that wasn’t sweet enough, strawberry extract and cinnamon oil encourage improved circulation underneath the skin, which in turn enhances shape and definition. It smells lovely and if you accidentally get a bit in your mouth as your scrub, it tastes lovely too.
10 ml, recyclable sugarcane tube
All skin/lip types If your lips are very irritated then it’s best not to use any kind of exfoliation.
Scrub into wet lips and rinse thoroughly. Can be used 3-4 times a week.
How to recycle
Remove tube from carton. Carton is 100% recyclable so can be disposed of in your domestic recycling. Separate cap and tube. Cap and tube are 100% recyclable so can be disposed of in your domestic recycling.* *Check local facilities to see if you need to rinse before disposing. Please note: the sugarcane material of the tube will degrade at industrial composting facilities but as it’s able to be recycled without contaminating the recycling process, we recommend giving it another life to reduce the amount of virgin materials produced.