Organic Lip Balm - Peppermint

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This nourishing vegan lip balm is made with a protective blend of natural and organic ingredients to leave lips feeling soothed, moisturised and protected. Cocoa butter and jojoba oil is blended to soften and provide a naturally glossy finish, and carnauba wax is added to seal in the moisture and provide a protective layer. Finally peppermint essential oil is infused for its fresh flavour and fragrance.

Hand made in Gloucestershire, UK and comes in a handy aluminium tin, which is fully recyclable and reusable and mounted on beautifully illustrated FSC certified card. All packaging meets the COSMetic Organic & Natural Standard (COSMOS), which means minimising the amount of material used and maximising the amount of material that can be reused or recycled.

Organic and natural.

Vegan friendly.

Approximately 2cm high x 4cm diameter. 12ml.


Soap Folk source the highest quality, natural and certified organic ingredients for their soaps. Each ingredient is sourced sustainably, farmed without the use of herbicides and GM ingredients and in ways which protect wildlife and biodiversity - be it fields, prairie or rainforest.

Not only are all the ingredients used for this soap totally natural, they are also totally biodegradable, which means that the lather that washes away down the drain and out to sea does so with minimal impact on our water and aquatic life.


Made by hand using the cold process method. This is a traditional soap making technique which requires lots of stirring and plenty of patience.


Made by hand at Inchbrooks Mills, in the Stroud Valleys, Gloucestershire. The workshop is part of a recently renovated Victorian factory which lay abandoned for 30 years.


Carthamus tinctorius (safflower) seed oil, Theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, Copernicia cerifera (carnauba) cera, Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil.

Naturally occuring allergens: d-Limonene, Linalol.

Founder Fiona built Soap Folk literally from the ground up, after reading a Facebook post from Made in Stroud asking for local soap makers. It was a lightning bolt moment for Fiona who had young daughters and felt she had lost sight of who she was and needed to come out of the shadows. Fiona built her business based on her own values, and wanted to show her daughters that anything is possible.

Since then Soap Folk enjoyed continued success and in early March 2018, moved to a beautiful new workshop in the Stroud Valleys. Heavy snowstorms made the actual move rather eventful but they made it to their new home at Inchbrooks Mills, part of a recently renovated Victorian factory which lay abandoned for 30 years.

A month later the company received organic certification through the Soil Association. This is not simply about the ingredients they use, it’s also about making sure that all aspects of the business is sustainable and environmentally sound. As a result, all procedures, packaging and even their premises have all been independently inspected.