I received a Roxy Grace Lip Balm kit ($28 value), in exchange for this review. Any opinions express here are honest and my own.
I was recently introduced to an amazing company with a pretty amazing concept. Roxy Grace offers “All Natural Handmade Bath & Body products, but with a nice twist. They also have a Roxy Grace Kindness Club. It’s a great way to convey the message that kindness is indeed cool and to encourage you to regularly demonstrate your kindness by sharing with others. With that said. I received their DIY lip balm kit.
Here is what I received in the kid:
- White beeswax
- Shea butter
- Castor Oil
- Natural Flavor Oil
- Mica Color
- Lip balm containers
- Brand stickers for lids
- Ribbons and Tags
- Gift bags
This was a fun activity for me and my girls to do together. They are each giving a lip balm away to someone they look up to or to a friend. The lip balm turns out wonderfully as long as you follow the instructions included in the kit.
“Roxy Grace kits are made with all natural ingredients. Although our products are not ingestible, we wanted you to be aware that we do use soy lecithin in our lip balm preparation. The amount used is minimal and we do not anticipate any problems, however, for those of you with severe soy allergies, it is always better to check with your doctor prior to preparation.”
Check out images of some of their other products!
In celebration of these great products by Roxy Grace, they are offering Michigan Mom Living readers 25% off when you use the code:MichiganMomLiving25 What a great deal!
I would like to thank the folks over at Roxy Grace for allowing me to try their lip balm kit. It was a blast. I can’t wait to share it with my friends.