302 LIP BALM: Introduction

Many times the cause of parched, dry lips can be poor circulation to the area. In addition, many lip balms create a dependency effect from glycol or salicylic acid actives that weaken the skin. If an alpha acid like glycolic or lactic acid is in the mix, the skin can become very weak, very quickly and a true addiction response can occur.

With 302 LIP BALM the formula mix is skin softening organic oils with shea butter and peptides, and circulation enhancing niacinamide. No glycols, no acids, no dependency.

This formula is expensive to produce but is worth it. Another one we made for ourselves, gave to our friends and now is available to everyone.

For your skin if these conditions exist:

  • Normal/dry

Not for your skin if these conditions exist:

  • Dermatitis
  • Continuous use of benzoyl peroxide – LIP BALM is unable to overcome the destructive nature of this chemical.
  • Inflammation from continuing use of acid exfoliators – you must first stop the use of these and wait a week before applying any more topicals, including LIP BALM.

Recommended frequency of use:

  • As needed (observe and adjust)


Additional actives while using LIP BALM:

  • Any

Additional leave-ons acceptable:


  • Scrubs
  • Acid peels
  • Benzoyl peroxide