Thai lip balm from beeswax Nourish your lips with natural extracts.
Thai Lip Balm or Siphueng that Thai people have used since ancient times.
The use of thai lip balm or lip wax is an age-old beauty ritual with royal origins in Thailand. As time went on, the locals at large began using it as well. and was handed down from generation to generation All of the recipes include regionally specific preparation and cooking variations. While the “Thai Siphueng” saffron has been around for centuries, it was only recently rediscovered and extensively pushed to the point where it is now widely recognized and used, both in Thailand and internationally, for its premium quality and unique production.
The texture of Thai lip balm
This is truly Thai wisdom. That although the ingredients are the same, the cooking methods are different secrets for each recipe. It makes the honey color with different textures for different uses. The texture of the ancient bee color. Therefore, the honey color according to the texture is divided into 2 types:
- Ancient bee color with sticky texture applied and coated on the lips.
- Ancient honey color with soft texture
Honey in the Thai sense of the word is a golden tint, and it pairs well with Thai balm. Fiber that has been cooked to a honey color and is soft, transparent, and golden, per the ancient recipe. In contrast to other products on the market, Golden Beeswax uses only all-natural ingredients to achieve its beautiful honey hue. However, the honey-gold hue and light aroma are the results of real frankincense.
Honey-colored Golden Bee Color or Thai balm, sometimes known as “bee color,” has a thick, sticky consistency that prevents dryness and chapping on the lips. An all-natural aroma permeates it. Provides much-needed moisture to chapped lips and helps rebuild dry skin around the mouth. Continuous use will result in soft, supple lips. In appearance only, the pale hue suggests health.
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