June 11, 2019 | Nationwide
Eco Lips Launched New Lip + Cheek Tints Line
Brand Releases Multi-Tasking Beauty Balm For Women of All Skin Tones
The story behind the Eco Lips brand is essentially a love story. As the creators of the first USDA-certified original organic lip balm, the family-owned company has expanded their line over time to encompass lifestyle and beauty products. All Eco Lips products are made with wind power offsets, fair trade, gluten-free, and cruelty-free. As a B-corp, they take customer satisfaction, product effectiveness, and good-for-the-world ethos seriously.
Eco Lips recently launched their Lip + Cheek Tints, a line of three multi-tasking beauty balms that add color and hydration to every look. The line uses organic jojoba, coconut oil, organic and fair-trade cocoa butter, and sunflower seed wax, making it vegan-friendly, and cruelty-free as well as lightweight. The tints are made for all skin tones and provide a perfect pop of natural color to compliment every beauty look that goes on smooth. The colorway currently includes Pink, Nude, and Red and features a fresh hibiscus aroma.
You can buy Eco Lips’ Lip + Cheek Tints at https://ecolips.com/collections/lip-cheek-tints, and store near you such as Everything Natural, Grassroots Natural Market, The Whole Wheatery, Wedge Co-Op, Elliot's Natural Foods, Pacific Health Foods, and more. You can locate a store near you using the Eco Lips Bullseye Store Locator.
Lip + Cheek Tints are available now on the Eco Lips website for $8.99
Eco Lips has been in the balm business for years and understands our customer base’s need for clean convenient beauty products. Lip + Cheek Tints are truly the multi-tasking beauty balm that works as blush, lip color and a contouring & highlighter tool.
March 2, 2009 | Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Eco Lips Moves Back Into Former Manufacturing Facility After the Great Flood of Cedar Rapids!
Eco Lips, America’s premium organic lip balm company, is moving back into their downtown Cedar Rapids manufacturing facility after the great flood of Cedar Rapids in June, 2008. The company was forced to quickly mobilize and set up a temporary location to manufacture product when the Cedar River flooded and downtown businesses were unable to access their offices for weeks.
According to Mark Patterson, CEO, “This move is important to us to not only rejoin the business community downtown but to continue the work that was done around our solar initiative in 2005.” Eco Lips had worked through IRENEW (Iowa Renewable Energy Association) to add solar power to its manufacturing facility, which ended up being one of Iowa’s largest solar power projects ever, with support from the State of Iowa, Alliant Energy and the Department of Natural Resources. “Our solar project put solar energy into the entire neighborhood and has drawn attention statewide as well as interest from tourists wishing to view the solar panels,” adds Mark. “We hope to expand our endeavor in the future with additional solar capacity in the works.”