WHY I STARTED USING MOROCCAN MAGIC LIP BALMS

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve been obsessed with using chapstick and lip balms. There is absolutely nothing worse than that feeling you get when you NEED chapstick and you need it now! I used to rely on petroleum jelly (Vaseline) as my lip balm/chapstick source, because it was so moisturizing. But, recently I’ve switched over to Moroccan Magic.

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve been making a conscious effort to start using natural beauty products in replacement of my toxic beauty products. I’ve been able to completely transform my skin care routine to consist of 100% natural products (let me know if you want me to write a blog post about this)! Since I made such a conscious effort to do this, I decided it was about time to find an all natural lip product.

Did you know that petroleum jelly isn’t as good for our lips as we thought it was? Neither did I, until I read this blog post. This is exactly why I switched over to Moroccan Magic.

Moroccan Magic lip balms are made from organic argan and essential oils. They are available in five different flavors, including: Rose, Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Lemon Thyme, and Coconut Almond. I honestly LOVE every flavor, but my all time favorite has to be Rose. These lip balms are completely organic, cruelty free, and feel amazing on your lips! Everything I could have possibly asked for in a chapstick.

The Moroccan Magic lip balm line is available at Walgreens, CVS, Whole Foods, and some other smaller retailers, but if you want a chance to win their entire lip balm line for FREE go enter my giveaway on my Instagram page! You can find out how to enter by visiting this post.

Also, this blog post is NOT SPONSORED. I seriously just love that these lip balms are completely natural and I love the values behind this organization. The owners are such kind and empowering women, and I’m happy to promote this company via my blog. If you try out any of their products, let me know!

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xoxo,

Morgan

 

 

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