$36 – $38
A 3-in-1 multi-use color for eyes, lips and cheeks. Lip-to-Lid Balmies are planet-friendly, wear-anywhere crayons that hydrate like a balm. Packed with oils, butters, and antioxidants such as elderberry, hemp, and plum oil to nourish, heal and hydrate skin. Balmies are 100% zero waste which means they’re tube and cap free. They’re wrapped in paper and rest in a recyclable carrying case. Tear the recyclable paper as needed and keep Balmie in its red, recyclable box. Boxes handmade from recycled trash by a women’s cooperative in Bali.
– Out of Office: Electric berry meets watermelon pop.
– Cotton Candy Skies: Soft, rosy nudes to lighten the mood.
– Golden Hour: Strawberry sunsets and a golden chestnut glow.
– Malibu Magic: Salty hair and the perfect coral sun-kissed glow.
– Of the Earth: Desert spice and warm, earthy blush tones.
*This product appears tiny because Axiology ditched the lipstick tube (i.e. no packaging!). Balmies are the standard lipstick size at .12 oz.*
How To Use+
How To Use
Apply directly to eyes, lips + cheeks and blend with fingers or brush.
Tear the recyclable paper as needed and keep Balmie in its red, recyclable box.
*Model is wearing Nude Plum found in “Of The Earth”
Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil*, Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, Garcinia indica (kokum) seed butter, Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed wax, Cannabis sativa (hemp) seed oil*, Sambucus nigra fruit extract, Prunus domestica (plum) seed oil, Tocopherol**, Azadirachta indica seed oil*
May contain: Mica (ci 77019), Titanium dioxide (ci 77891), Tin oxide (ci 77861), Iron oxide (ci 77491, Ci 77492, Ci 77499), Manganese violet (ci 77742), Synthetic fluorphlogopite, Silica
- Synthetic Fragrance Free
- Alcohol Free
- Fragrance Free
- Gluten Free
- Cruelty Free
- Soy Free
Axiology Founder, Ericka Rodriguez, started with a personal problem — she couldn’t find a good lipstick that didn’t harm animals or the planet. So she got to work in her kitchen and two years later, created the 10-ingredient formula that launched Axiology. Because finding good makeup that doesn’t harm humans or the planet shouldn’t be so complicated.