Fat Lips! Tallow Lip Balm - Matcha Mint Rose



This is not your Grandma's rose bush! Antioxidants, chlorophyll, and vitamins galore make matcha a no brainer for not just sipping in a latte, but for slathering on your skin as well. Paired with spearmint essential oil with its enlivening respiratory qualities and ability to stimulate mental activity, this makes a fantastic choice before a busy day on the trading floor. Dried roses petals are not only pretty, but add a host of skin love with a healthy dose of Vitamin C, and have been generously donated by local event planners post events, while rose geranium and a touch of rose absolute make for a luxe and fresh bar that even those that don't normally like rose will be begging for by the dozen!

The slide top lip balm tin is a super convenient alternative to BPA leaking plastic tubes or bulky and non-waterproof cardboard ones! Just slide open the top, glide the balm directly on your lips, and snap shut! No need to use your fingers to apply!

Vellum Street sources their tallow from local, regenerative agriculture farms. They never use synthetics, soy/coconut/palm oils.

0.25 oz 

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***PLEASE READ BEFORE ORDERING! When temps are high (above 70) it is doubtful your tin of fat marshmallow tallow lip balm will make it to you in the same state it left our shop. Like other fats & oils, it is solid at cool temps and liquid in warmer ones. This product may leak as a result of melting in warmer temperatures. Due to potential melting/leaking during warmer months of shipping, these products will be shipped at the buyer’s risk. Please purchase with this in mind. We recommend choosing local pickup for this product during the months of April-October.***



tallow, jojoba, beeswax, essential oils (spearmint, rose geranium), rose absolute, calendula, spinach, matcha, rose petals, spearmint leaves

How To Use

Slather liberally anywhere your skin needs a little love. For use on lips, hands, face, ass... tallow’s great for skin when it's been fed grass!