KISS SIDE STORY for balm romantics, lèvres adventurers, and foodies everywhere.
A concentrate of love in a turquoise blue tube! A soft and reassuring touch, a sweet and gourmand smell, an ineacuable moisturizing.
The first step in the development of a new product.
Prépare yourself for an experience full of love and greed for your lèvres. A 100% Mira, 100% natural, 100% overpowering composition.
The first ingredient in our balm is moringa oil. The powerful, rich and rare moringa oil to nourish your lips. Pure castor oil to restructure, strengthen; coconut oil to protect and for softness of touch. And beeswax for the texture of our balm.
We made a soft texture, which is not dry so that the balm stays on your lips, the time to protect them well and nourish them well; a rich composition so that your lips come out strengthened. A softness.
All formulated and manufactured in our workshop in France, in-house, by our team. Incredible isn’t it? Oh yes, and the tube is biodegradable. Nothing is left to chance for Kiss Side Story.
We wanted a super-powerful, pleasant, soft, comforting and even greedy balm. What is it? It’s a story of kissing, coconut, and moringa. Moringa oil is incredibly nourishing and leaves a smooth touch. Coconut oil brings that soft, gourmand touch; in addition to effectively protecting your lips. Castor oil strengthens your lips. All these oils are Mira seal of quality, they come from our producers à Madagascar, cold pressed, from wild trees and shrubs. And the beeswax made in France for the texture and to fix the balm on your lips. The whole thing is of course made in France, in our workshop!
Lauric acid (12:0):
A fatty acid with antibacterial and antiviral action. To protect you naturally.
It is thanks to this fatty acid that our coconut oil is so pénétrant and rénèyour skin. Envious.
St. Acid (18:0):
A structuring fatty acid. The skin’s natural bum is composed of 11% of it.
Palmitic acid (16:0):
A stable stainless and anti-microbial fatty acid. It protects against environmental aggression through its occlusive action.