Why Eco Lips?
Eco Lips searches the globe for the purest, highest quality certified organic ingredients available. There are no shortcuts in creating great products. Our supply chain consists of vendors who have undergone the scrutiny of our purchasing team and have committed to our environmentally responsible product and manufacturing specifications.
We are proud of the steps we have taken to secure the proper certifications for our lip balms.
Our facility is approved to produce and label USDA, and our products are certified to the gold standard of the USDA’s National Organic Program.
We only source raw materials that have not been genetically modified.
We use Fair Trade Certified™ cocoa butter, coconut oil, and raw sugar in a variety of our products supporting fair wages and safe working conditions for farmers.
Our vegan bee free lip balm is made with certified organic ingredients that meet NSF/ANSI 305 Organic Standards.
We are a certified Benefit Corporation focused on the triple bottom line - people, planet, and profits.
We do not use any gluten-derived ingredients in our products.
Our 0.15 oz. tubes contain 30% less plastic than a standard lip balm tube and are manufactured in the USA.
We use food grade manufacturing processes to ensure cleanliness every step of the way. From our low batch temperature, slow-fill manufacturing process to our lot coding and labeling lines, we are acutely focused on the details of the entire process.
We are centrally located in Marion, Iowa. Our roof features 5,900 square feet of solar panels. With nearly 300 modules, the on-site renewable energy is feeding power directly to Eco Lips' production facility. It is projected to supply 75% of the site's electricity demand!
With the mission of satisfying the needs of customers, Eco Lips has been first to market with several innovative organic lip care products and packages. With environmental initiatives in place, a focused marketing and sales strategy, award winning packaging, and a relaxed, yet productive work environment, Eco Lips is making its way around the world, one set of lips at a time.