Eco Lips Launches New Hand & Body Balm with a Commitment to Support Frontliners
The Organic Lip Balm Brand Gives Back with Latest Product Unveiling Mission to Donate to Frontline Hero Fund
Marion, Iowa (May 15, 2020) - Eco Lips, known as the original organic lip balm brand, has just released their latest Hand & Body Balm and announced a new initiative to help support frontliners. From now until June 1, 2020 Eco Lips will be donating 20% from every online purchase to the Frontline Hero Fund, a non-profit to help financially support families of Frontline Heroes who pass away or are critically ill from COVID-19. This Fund is part of a special initiative of The Giving Angels, a 501(c)3. Funding from donations is directed towards funeral expenses, food, and other critical needs so families can focus on healing.
“Right now we’ve all been increasing hand washing and hand sanitizing, but it’s been taking a toll on our hands, causing extreme dry skin, especially for health professionals who wash and sanitize more than anyone,” begins CEO and Founder of Eco Lips, Steve Shriver. “I’m really proud of our new Hand & Body Balm. It’s perfect for moisturizing every day, all day long if you need it. We even designed the blue color used on our label to symbolize the typical blue scrubs worn by frontline workers.”
The new Hand & Body Balm is a gentle, all-over moisturizer – like a lotion in a stick. The soothing formula features Fair Trade Certified™ Cocoa Butter, which is high in fatty acids to help nourish and provide a protective barrier over the skin. Paired with organic beeswax and organic coconut oil the balm comes in a convenient .56 oz. stick. No fragrances or flavors were added, and the fast-absorbing balm makes for an accessible, natural remedy for daily use at home or on-the-go..
"As a B Corporation, we have an obligation to be socially responsible,” continues Shriver. “With that we are always looking for opportunities to use our business as a force for doing good. We can't think of a better way to honor our frontline workers at this moment than giving to an organization that helps them and their families directly."