GoddessNaturals

"Handcrafted Lip Balms"

Myrtle Point, Oregon · 1502 Sales

GoddessNaturals

"Handcrafted Lip Balms"

Myrtle Point, Oregon 1502 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars
(1049)

Announcement   Greetings Everyone~

I've recently made some life changing decisions to my company "GoddessNaturals" by creating and specializing in lip wellness only...Below are the four new branches that flourished from my Tree Of Life)O(My Soul Support

Bee Bountiful Beauty~ Earth Tinted Mica Based Balms
Easy Going Vegan~ Non-Animal Based Balms
The Hemp Revolution~ Hemp Seed Oil Based Balms
The Roaming Bee~ Beeswax Based Balms

I'm very particular and seek only the highest quality ingredients that are non-gmo, organic, unrefined and most times bought straight from farmer, my preferred method...I'm blessed to have an abundance of green minded people from around the world to draw from, an example would bee I buy straight from local beekeepers for all my beeswax...So with that in mind if your a producer of any of the materials I use, please contact me privately I would love to speak with you...

bee)o(well much <3 love carrieann

Announcement

Last updated on Jun 16, 2016

Greetings Everyone~

I've recently made some life changing decisions to my company "GoddessNaturals" by creating and specializing in lip wellness only...Below are the four new branches that flourished from my Tree Of Life)O(My Soul Support

Bee Bountiful Beauty~ Earth Tinted Mica Based Balms
Easy Going Vegan~ Non-Animal Based Balms
The Hemp Revolution~ Hemp Seed Oil Based Balms
The Roaming Bee~ Beeswax Based Balms

I'm very particular and seek only the highest quality ingredients that are non-gmo, organic, unrefined and most times bought straight from farmer, my preferred method...I'm blessed to have an abundance of green minded people from around the world to draw from, an example would bee I buy straight from local beekeepers for all my beeswax...So with that in mind if your a producer of any of the materials I use, please contact me privately I would love to speak with you...

bee)o(well much <3 love carrieann

Carrie Ann

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Carrie Ann

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(1049)
Jackie

Jackie on Mar 25, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I absolutely love this citrus bliss lip balm! I don't want or need any artificial flavors or colors in my lip balms. This balm goes on smoothly and stays on. It feels comforting and rejuvenating to my lips. I'm extremely pleased that Carrie Ann is offering it again!

kristinemachine

kristinemachine on May 10, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

great deal free ship and super lady!!! thank u for EVERYTHING!! lovely products!! very pleased customer here! :)

kristinemachine

kristinemachine on May 10, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Great stuff and great Lady!!! shes super great to work with love the packaging too!!!! thank u !! <3

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About

Simple Tips for Reusing Materials Everyday

Paper:
Save used paper as scrap for shopping lists, notes and drawing paper for children.
Write your shopping lists on junk mail return envelopes, or any used envelope and carry your coupons inside the envelope.
Wrap postal packages or cover textbooks in brown paper bags that you've saved.
Reuse newspaper as gift wrapping paper, or use as lining for your animal cage. You can even enhance your indoor compost bin with a few sheets of newspaper!
Reuse last year's holiday cards to make this year's gift tags.

Plastic: It can be very re-useful!
Fill empty plastic bottles (such as mouthwash bottles) with water and freeze to use in your coolers for picnics and camping.
Use empty yogurt, dip, or cream-cheese containers to hold individual portions of food.
Buy a lunch bag (or lunch box!) instead of using a paper bag.
Bring Tupperware when going out to dinner to bring your leftovers home in instead of a 'take out' bag or box for packing your lunch (or use them to pack cookies and chips so they won't get crushed).

Glass:
Turn a large pickle jar into a cookie jar or a coin jar and decorate the outside.
Punch holes in small jar caps to create a spice or cheese shaker.
Keep bits and pieces, such as screws or nails, in jars and know at a glance what's inside.

Metals:
Reuse aluminum foil many times (and buy recycled aluminum foil to support buying recycled).
Thoroughly clean out used aluminum cans from vegetables or beans and cover in old paper to use as pencil, pen and marker holders.
In the Home:

Please:
Use sponges and towels in lieu of disposable paper towels.
Wash out sandwich bags and reuse over and over.

Use stale bread for croutons, crumbs, stuffing or french toast.

Use rechargeable batteries.

Use your own coffee mug when frequenting coffee shops; bring your own mug to work instead of using disposable cups. Most coffee shops will even give you a 'good customer' discount for bringing in your mug!

Use old toothbrushes to scrub hard-to-reach places.

Reduce hazardous waste associated with cleaning products by substituting some less harmful cleaners. For example: vinegar and scrunched up newspaper for cleaning windows; baking powder and water for removing mold and mildew and vinegar for cleaning toilets.

Drop a Toilet Bank waste saver in your toilet tank to save water on flushing.
Buy energy efficient light bulbs from supermarkets, hardware stores and electrical shops. They last for around 10 years they will save you money.

Make two-sided copies.

DO NOT PRINT EMAILS. Save them electronically.

Circulate original memos instead of making numerous copies.

Use one-sided scrap paper for notes and drafts.

Use refillable pens, pencils and tape dispensers. According to the Minnesota Office of

Environmental Assistance, Americans throw out 1.6 billion single-use pens each year.

When receiving a package with polystyrene "peanuts" find a place to recycle them or that will take them back to recycle, or reuse them in new packaging.

Turn your computer monitor off when leaving for more than an hour. Monitors use more energy than your computer does.

With the Kids:
Give children free reign over your unwanted papers, cardboard scraps and packaging--their creativity will take over from there.

Get a bike! Do you drive five minutes to pick up a loaf of bread at the supermarket? 25 percent of all car trips are less than a mile. By riding a bike or walking for short trips, you'll save energy and money, and you just might slim down in time for swimsuit season.

So How Much Carbon Are Your Producing?
12,000 mile average per year per passenger vehicle (cars, minivans, pick-ups, vans and SUVs) ÷ 25.5 average miles per gallon

= 470.6 average gallons per year

× 17.68 average pounds of CO2 per gallon of gas

= 8,320 pounds of CO2 per vehicle per year

So more than four tons of new greenhouse gas are floating around our atmosphere each year for every car on the road!

please visit>
http://www.americanforests.org/a-carbon-conund

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  • GoddessNaturals

    Owner, Creator

    I've been creating and selling my artisan organic based products for almost decade now...It's been a wonderful experience meeting a community of like minded people~ One LOve

Shop policies

Last updated on May 3, 2015
"IMPORTANT MESSAGE" GoddessNaturals.etsy.com will only be selling wholesale for the summer that means I have a "5 Box Minimum" in my shop, thank you for your understanding...

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"Instant Paypal Payment" would be greatly appreciated after purchase

"To Use Your Visa, Master or Debit Card> You Will Need To Email Me Your Order And I'll Send You A Paypal Invoice For Goods, One Clink Payment"
Shipping
Your order will be made & shipped within "48 hours" of cleared payment...Excluding Weekends and Holidays...
Refunds and Exchanges
If your not satisfied with your purchase please notify me so we can work something out with a one time only exchange for another product shipping cost will be paid by me so please be mindful when picking your scents...If it's an essential oil or product your unfamiliar with please don't hesitate to ask and I'll do my best to describe the aroma and health benefits...bee well much love carrieann