Carrollton, Texas, Feb. 2, 2018 – Flavor layering is the blending of two familiar flavors to create an original and appetizing sensory experience. This increasingly popular trend affects products as varied as confections, beverages including cocktails, and frozen desserts.
Mint and Citrus, Herbacin's newest taste sensations, contain plant-based ingredients and natural beeswax. Combined with our proven Lip Balm formula, Herbacin's Kamille Mint contains waxes of carefully-distilled essential oils from fresh peppermint and aromatic rosemary, treating your lips to a feeling of ultimate freshness.
Herbacin's Kamille Citrus contains waxes of natural extracts from ripe lime and ginger. Thanks to the zesty taste of citrus, this balm offers a distinctive and mouthwatering flavor experience.
Both of our new balms contain organically-sourced chamomile extract and natural beeswax. They have been dermatologically tested and contain no preservatives. We have specifically designed these products to comfort and delight your dry lips with moisturizers and protectants combined with uniquely delicious flavors.
With an anticipated retail price of $2.49-$3.99, Herbacin Kamille Mint and Herbacin Kamille Citrus will be available online and through retailers nationwide in March 2018.
For additional information about these and other Herbacin products--as well as important lip care tips--visit www.herbacinusa.com.
About Herbacin cosmetic
Founded in 1905 by pharmacists Otto and Hedwig König in Eisenach, Germany, Herbacin® very early on created a distinctive brand image that has reflected until today its close proximity to deep green forests and flowering meadows. Herbacin® products have become known for tradition and experience in what has now become the highly popular field of natural cosmetics. The range of products includes hand and skin care creams, plant-based shampoos and shower products with organic extracts for sensitive skins as well as aroma baths and bath additives. With its own production facilities in Germany, its products are sold in drug stores, mass merchandisers and grocers in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australasia, North America and Brazil. For more information, please visit the company's website at www.herbacin.com.