• PETA Cruelty-free & Vegan
• No EWG high hazard score ingredients
• Recyclable Packaging
#07 Plum Peony - bright fuchsia pink
Lip care is not just a lip care. No lip balm is the same as another. Melixir has set itself the task of creating lip care that absolutely anyone can use with pleasure and a clear conscience.
The following main ingredients ensure that even the driest lips become soft again:
- Agave – provides tons of moisture, nutrients and even brings chapped lips back into shape
- Shea butter – seals everything that the agave brings with it, thus ensuring long-lasting moisture effect
For the Animals. Of course, all Melexir products are not tested on animals, how could it be different. Unfortunately, ingredients of animal origin are used in many cosmetic products, especially for red pigments. Melexir has deliberately avoided it and, despite its variety of colours, does not contain any animal ingredients. It also doesn’t use beeswax or honey. These products are also popular in many lip care products. However, Melexir has proven that you can have silky smooth lips even on a purely plant-based base.
The design. The packaging is simple, elegant, and neutral. The “Back to the Basics” approach is lived here. No elaborate frills, no bright metallic colours, no glitter or glam. The box is made from simple cardboard, easy to recycle. The tube is also made of recycled plastic, light, small, compact, and easy to use.
Simple packaging and still something very special. Due to the variety of tones, there is something for everyone. From colourless to neutral colours, to classic red tones, even strong oranges and finally a beautiful plum. We are convinced that there is something for everyone.
For the environment. “Zero waste” is a top priority at Melexir. At every corner and every end, unnecessary use is reduced. Not only the boxes and filling material are FCS-certified (Forest Stewardship Council), but the cardboard is also biodegradable in order to pollute the environment as little as possible, because is it our responsibility