Waterproof Temperature Changing Moisturizing Lip Balm

Day to day exposure to pollution makes your delicate lips, dull and irritated. Harsh chemicals from lip products, sunburns, toxins, and poisoning can also cause discoloration of the lips.

When it comes to maintaining the health of your lip without using harsh chemicals, natural remedies are the ideal solution. Delicate lips in particular needs special care and benefit greatly from the use of all-natural products such as Candelilla resin, cocoa butter, beeswax, olive oil.

Our WATERPROOF TEMPERATURE CHANGING MOISTURIZING LIP BALM recipe starts with a foundation of Candelilla resin. This resin has a wide range of applications, from food additives to beauty aids, and is known for its glossiness and viscosity— designed to treat dry lips, lip darkness, and leave your lips feeling hydrated and nourished—it’s also friendly to your lips and your wallet.

This lip balm comes with some unique ingredients and decorations, including jelly, gold flakes, and a tiny flower placed directly in the center of the tube. Remember that glass-encased rose in Beauty and the Beast? This lip balm looks kind of like that. The flower is mysteriously placed in the middle of the tube. The unique appearance makes it incredibly attractive.

Isn’t it interesting enough that the color of the lip balm changes on your lips depending on your body temperature? All of the shades are some version of glossy pink color.

As mentioned above, This lip balm changes color after it’s applied to your lips. The jelly lipstick changes color, giving your lips a pink tint as it responds to the temperature of your body.

Let’s have a closer look at how your lips benefit from each ingredient of the lip balm:

Candelilla Resin:

Candellila resin extracted from candelila plant is found in the cosmetic industry as a component of lip balms and lotion. It is mainly used as a glazing agent which makes your lips super glossy when applied.

Cocoa Butter:

Cocoa butter is an excellent moisturizer, plus it does more than just hydrate the lips — it actually helps heal them from the inside out too. It’s a great source of natural antioxidants that are found in cocoa beans. Saturated fats are especially beneficial for healing dry, chapped lips because they’re easily absorbed and remain on the skin for hours.

Cocoa butter is an emollient, which means it adds a protective layer of hydration to your lips, useful for blocking the effects of very cold temperatures, sun damage or indoor heat, which can leave your lips dry.


Beeswax is a natural substance used by female bees in the construction of their beehives, specifically in the building of their honeycomb cells. One way that beeswax is being used today with great success is in the manufacturing of lip balm. In order for lip balm to be truly effective, it should have healing properties, a soothing effect, and a softening agent that creates a protective layer from whatever the environment may hurl at you. Beeswax act as an all-rounder in all aspects.

Olive Oil:

Olive oil alone is conditioning and protect lips from drying out or becoming chapped. Use it just the way you would use any lip balm or petroleum jelly — smear a bit on whenever your lips feel dry, and put a little on at night for good measure.  Olive oil penetrates deeply into the skin and provide a long-lasting shield of moisture to keep your lips smooth and supple.

This lip balm comes in a variety of flavors like lemon, grape, and juicy peach and it’s waterproof, so it won’t go anywhere throughout the day! Grab one now and feel the difference!!