Jaggr Lip Balm
Jaggr is for pouting, strutting, smack-talking lips. With SPF 15 protection, Kawakawa and Manuka to soothe, Jaggr delivers lips on the improve. Apply a small amount directly to lip region. Reapply throughout the day.
1/ Protection is key to great lips, our bottom lip in particular takes a lot of heat, and we are not talking about biting it. No its about the sun and UV rays hitting it all day, its about being dry and cracked and baking even more. So protection is key and we use zinc based spf 15 in jaggr to deliver this protection.
2/ Hydration - Dry cracked lips, enough said. Feeling great and having soft hydrated lips gives you that edge, our formulation focuses on establishing hydrated lips and keeping them that way by locking in moisture.
3/Natural ingredients that calm and soften, Kawakawa and manuka oil both known to protect, calm and treat skin and lips serve to do exactly that in Jaggr, keeping your lips surface calm and soft to touch.
Kawakawa Extract - Kawakawa in Te Reo Māori refers to the bitter taste of the leaves, from kawa meaning bitter. Kawakawa or NZ Pepper Tree was one of the most important plants in Rongoa (medicine), Maori used it externally for cuts, wounds and bruises and also applied it as a treatment for toothache, nettle stings and eczema. All of which leads us to believe that it makes for a great ingredient in a cleansing, calming body wash.
LIST OF INGREDIENTS
Jojoba Oil, ZinClear XP65coco, Beeswax White, Apricot Kernel Oil, Castor Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride MCT Oil, Coconut Oil Organic, Cetiol C5, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Candelilla Wax, Dermosoft GMCY, Kawakawa Oil, Vanilla Oil, Vanilla Bean 2780/1200, Dermofeel Toco 70 Vit E non GMO, Manuka Oil.
Apply a small amount directly to the lip region. Reapply throughout the day as needed.
Naturally prevents UV light from hitting the skin. Think of it as a physical barrier or a “physical” sunscreen. It reflects the sun’s UV rays and prevents most of them from damaging skin. Because Zinc oxide is not absorbed into the skin, it is non-irritating, non-allergenic, and noncomedogenic.
Kawakawa in Te Reo Māori refers to the bitter taste of the leaves, from kawa meaning bitter. Kawakawa or NZ Pepper Tree was one of the most important plants in Rongoa (medicine), Maori used it externally for cuts, wounds and bruises and also applied it as a treatment for toothache, nettle stings and eczema.
Probably New Zealand's most widely used native plant. Everything from tonics and teas to lip balms and Honey are infused with Manuka's goodness and sold on our shelves. In Jaggr, we use it for its protecting and moisturising benefits, that leave lips feeling firm and hydrated.