Beeswax Lip Balm: NJBA Honey Show Winner


Our lip balm is a chemical-free product made with beeswax from our own honeybees and loaded with moisturizing and soothing oils.

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Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer? Kids and adults love these lip balm tins.

We are very proud to announce that our beeswax lip balm ranked not only first in the Lip Balm Category, but best in the Cosmetics Division, which included creams, lotions, soaps and lip balm at the 2016 New Jersey Beekeepers Association Honey Show. Furthermore, it ranked first for a second consecutive year at the 2017 NJBA Honey Show.

Winning entries were on display at the New Jersey State House in Trenton, New Jersey.

Our beeswax lip balm is a chemical-free product. Our own beeswax is a fantastic ingredient in lip balm, because it moisturizes the skin, it protects from ultraviolet sun rays, and it has natural antibacterial properties. The emollient nature of sweet almond oil penetrates the skin offering further lip conditioning. Avocado oil is deeply moisturizing, and it is known for encouraging the production of collagen. Vitamin E oil restores irritated and chapped lips. Finally, a blend of peppermint and lavender essential oils offers a refreshing tingle.

Ingredients-Almond: Sweet Almond Oil, Beeswax, Vitamin E Oil, Essential Oils.

Ingredients-Avocado: Avocado Oil, Canola Oil, Cocoa Butter, Beeswax, Vitamin E Oil, Essential Oils.

Let us know if you have a preference for the tin pattern and we’ll make every effort to accommodate your request.

container: printed metal tin
net weight: 0.25oz

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Vendor Information

  • Store Name: South Mountain Bees
  • Vendor: SouthMountainBees
  • Address: South Orange, NJ 07079
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Adriana Compagnoni has been a South Orange resident for over a decade, and she personally makes all the products listed here, in small batches and with the best available ingredients.

In 2012, backyard beekeeping started as a family adventure, hoping to help mitigate the decline in honeybee population. They started with two hives and a lot of enthusiasm. Over time, they discovered that beekeeping makes for the best show-and-tell providing material for many of their kids’ school projects.

Today, their bees forage in the South Mountain Reservation, stopping at their favorite flowers along the way. From linden, poplar, Japanese bamboo and a variety of wild and garden flowers, they collect nectar to produce delicious honey.

Using the surplus of honey and beeswax their bees produce, she strives to offer top quality products with the safest ingredients, since their suburban bees are not exposed to commercial farming pesticides or harmful chemicals.