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Labello Soft Rose Lip Balm 4.8g
Labello Soft Rose Lip Balm 4.8g
Labello Soft Rose Lip Balm 4.8g
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Labello Soft Rose Lip Balm 4.8g

Pack size : 4.8g

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Germany
highlights
•Labello soft rose lip balm provides daily intensive care and protection with a touch of rose colour
• The rich formula with moisturizing Jojoba Oil and valuable Vitamin E protects lips from dehydration even in cold and dry weather

DESCRIPTION

•Labello soft rose lip balm provides daily intensive care and protection with a touch of rose colour
• The rich formula with moisturizing Jojoba Oil and valuable Vitamin E protects lips from dehydration even in cold and dry weather

Ingredients

Cera Microcristallina Octyldodecanol Hydrogenated Polydecene Cetyl Palmitate Ricinus Communis Seed Oil Myristyl Myristate VP/Hexadecene Copolymer Cetearyl Alcohol Polyglyceryl-3 Diisostearate Mica Butyrospermum Parkii Butter Cocoglycerides Pentaerythrityl Tetraisostearate C20-40 Alkyl Stearate Glycerin Copernicia Cerifera Cera Rosa Gallica Flower Extract Rosa Damascena Flower Oil Glyceryl Glucoside Aqua Cera Alba Benzyl Alcohol Benzyl Benzoate Citronellol Parfum CI 77891 CI 77492 CI 15850

INFORMATION

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from sunlight

Preparation and usage

For best results apply daily to your lips.

Brand Message

Labello is a brand of lip balm stick. It is produced by Beiersdorf AG in Germany and Austria. The labello lip care sticks are also sold under the name Labello Nivea, Liposan and Nivea Lip Care. Labello makes lip care products that are used for medical treatments, moisturizing, protection from sun or solely for cosmetic purposes. In 1909, Dr. Oscar Troplowitz created a lip caring balm. The brand was introduced in Germany and later in Switzerland and Austro-Hungary. At that time, the products were sticks wrapped in paper that had to be applied with a finger. In 1911, a new sliding case made of tin was introduced. This turned out to be a rather successful approach. During the First World War, the shortage of the tin resources caused the production of tin packaging to be stopped. However, refills that could be inserted in the existing tubes were available in the market.