The εὖSKIN® Lip Care is a mild fusion of rejuvenating and moisturizing constituents, specially created to soothe dryness and cracks in the lips. Its principal elements consist of Sweet orange peel oil, Calendula, and Shea butter.

Sweet orange peel oil is mainly composed of monoterpene hydrocarbons, specifically limonene1. D-Limonene contributes as an anti-inflammatory agent in dermal inflammation and wound-healing2.

Calendula officinalis flower extract has been approved by the EMA to be used in products that aim to reduce inflammation in the skin. It has been shown it can impact the inflammatory phase of wound healing by activating a pathway that increases IL-8 in the keratinocytes, thus increasing wound closure3.

Shea butter is a rich source of fatty acids, such as stearic, oleic, palmitic, linoleic and arachidic4. The topical use of Shea butter has shown anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties5.


  • Perioral dermatitis
  • Cheilitis
  • Stomatitis
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Apply daily on clean and dry lips as needed.

Apply before bed to repair and soothe the lips overnight.

It soothes dry, itchy, and cracked lips.

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  1. Sarrou, E., et al. (2013). ‘Volatile constituents and antioxidant activity of peel, flowers and leaf oils of Citrus aurantium L. Growing in Greece’, Molecules, 18(9):10639-47.
  2. D’Alessio, P.A. et al. (2014). ‘Skin repair properties of d-limonene and perillyl alcohol in murine models’. Anti-inflammatory & Anti-Allergy agents in medicinal Chemistry, 13(1), 29-35.
  3. Nicolaus, C., et al. (2017). ‘In vitro studies to evaluate the wound healing properties of Calendula officinalis extracts’, Journal of ethnopharmacology, 196, 94–103.
  4. Ferreira, M. S., et al. (2021). ‘Trends in the use of Botanicals in Anti-aging cosmetics’, Molecules, 26(12).
  5. Malachi, O. (2014). ‘Effects of Topical and Dietary Use of Shea Butter on Animals’, American Journal of Life Sciences, 2(5), 303-307.