Have you started your holiday shopping yet? I’m happy to say I’ve partially finished my list, and I’m hoping to be done sooner than later!
I created my Christmas shopping list a little earlier this year so I could get a head start on the holidays.
I not only spend a lot of time choosing what to buy everyone on my list, but I probably spend just as much time wrapping! I LOVE wrapping gifts. Sometimes I spend almost as much money on wrapping a gift as the cost of the actual gift being wrapped!
One of the gifts I will be giving this year will be the eos Holiday Packs. For years I’ve been using these little lip balm spheres, and I usually have one in my pocket, purse or in my car. My son always mistakes them for toys so I often find them hidden in his toy chest.
I have super sensitive lips, and these lip balms have always been easy to use and haven’t caused me any irritation at all. Their flavors always have such a great scent to them as well. The spheres contain vitamin E, shea butter, and jojoba oil which not only add moisture to my lips, but they keep them hydrated longer so I don’t need to reapply often!
These organic lip balms are 100% natural, 95% organic and non-GMO so they are suited for someone like me who is sensitive to modified products. One thing that is interesting to note is that eos organic smooth sphere formulas do not contain water! This means that they can be preservative free. They really are the healthy and natural choice when it comes to lip balm!
eos Organic Smooth Sphere Lip Balms are the perfect little stocking stuffer, and these Holiday Packs actually don’t really need to be wrapped – they have the perfect packaging to give as a gift.
These limited edition eos Holiday Packs come with either two or three lip balms, and they include flavors like Visibly Soft Honey Apple, Wildberry, and Passion Fruit.
Even though these Holiday Packs are pretty enough on their own, I do love wrapping so I put together a very simple and rustic look for my holiday wrapping.
I love wrapping gifts in brown paper! It’s like having a blank canvas to be more creative with the rest of the gift.
In this case I added a strip of burlap and pulled the ends to create a frayed look. I added some crochet ribbon to the burlap, and picked up some pine branches from the backyard and voila!
It only cost me $8 for the materials, and I really love the final look. Especially the packaging of the limited edition eos holiday two-pack or three-packs!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of eos Products LLC.
The opinions and text are all mine.