Hippie Stick Skin Nutrition

(75 g / 2.65 oz)

A universal balm that melts onto face, body, hair, and anywhere you need moisture, Hippie Stick acts as a barrier against the elements. A buttery and non-draggy everywhere-moisturizer that smells like bliss.

  • CLEAN / CRUELTY FREE

Hippie Stick Skin Nutrition

(75 g / 2.65 oz)
Current quantity:1

A universal balm that melts onto face, body, hair, and anywhere you need moisture, Hippie Stick acts as a barrier against the elements. A buttery and non-draggy everywhere-moisturizer that smells like bliss.

  • CLEAN / CRUELTY FREE
Current quantity:1
Hippie Stick Skin Nutrition
Bobbi's Tip

Hippie Stick can also be used on the heels of your feet, elbows, the ends of your hair, and any other spots that need rich moisture. 

How to use
Run Hippie Stick over any area that needs deep moisture. Face, legs, hands, elbows, fingers, heels.
Hippie Stick is made from:
Sunflower Seed Oil
Rich in vitamins and fatty acids, this natural plant oil helps the skin to rid itself of acne-inducing bacteria and to retain moisture. Sunflower seed oil is packed with beta-carotene, a compound that converts to Vitamin A and has antioxidant properties.
Coconut Oil
This humectant hydrates skin while creating a protective barrier to shield skin from environmental toxins.Coconut oil allows skin to repair itself while reducing signs of visible damage.
Shea Butter
Packed with antioxidants and polyphenols, this rich plant extract calms with Vitamins A and E, while skin-replenishing linoleic and stearic acids may help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Allantoin, a by-product of uric acid that naturally occurs in the body, boosts healing.
We never use:
Parabens
These antimicrobial agents, often used as preservatives, are potential hormone disruptors and allergy triggers.
EDTA
Used to stabilize formulas and preserve makeup products, this binding agent has been tied to organ and environmental toxicity.
PEGS (Polyethylene Glycol)
PEGS are thickening and softening compounds that often contain 1,4 Dioxane, a known carcinogen.
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