Thinking about how to get clients or customers to keep coming back or for them to try something new? Our luscious handmade Lip Balms, which come in a mouth watering array of flavours, make the perfect little incentive gift.

If you own a salon and just say 20 of your clients booked in for a massage or facial on top of their usual treatment, how much extra money would that bring in? Our Lip Balms are much cheaper than offering a discount on your services and who doesn't love a freebie? Your clients will love their free gift from you and love you even more than they already do :-)

The promotional Lip Balms which come pretty much just with your logo and tel. number/web address on the sticker are currently £3.35 each (plus £6 p&p) with a minimum order of 30. If you order 50 or more, they are £3.10 each. Each tin is 15ml.

Flavours wise (minimum of 15 per flavour) they are:

Vanilla     Coconut     Strawberry     Pina Colada     Peppermint     Lemon Sherbet     Pear Drops     Pineapple Cubes    Chocolate     Rose Turkish Delight

Plus limited edition Christmassy flavours of Cranberry, Prosecco, Mulled Wine and Christmas Cake.  Once these are gone they're gone.

They come complete with your salon/business details on.

You can order via the Contact Form and I will send over an invoice .To complete this I will need to know how many Lip Balms and in which flavour/s you'd like, plus your email & delivery address and tel. number. Also your logo and any info you'd like on the stickers - you can send your logo in reply to your invoice. 

Logos can be sent as Jpeg, PNG or PDF files. Please do NOT send as an AI file.

Ingredients list: Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Butter, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Aroma

These Lip Balms are intended to be gifted to clients/customers but if you wanted to retail them, the RRP would be £6 ish but you *must* list the INCI ingredients above at point of sale.

All Lip Balms are made to order, plus I outsource the stickers so delivery depends on how busy she is, but I usually say to allow 2-3 weeks from settlement of invoice at the moment.