Pin Up Lip Balm

All Natural Lip Care with Glamorous Retro Flair


Green Options with Pin Up Lip Balm

Green Options with Pin Up Lip Balm

Who could ask for anything more? – Wenona Napolitano (love the ice cream and the city of Naples) has officially placed Pin-up Balm on the “Green Gift List”.  Being a writer is definitely a tough job and then add searching out “environmentally sound” products to the list.  Wenona makes it look like an effortless task. 


Yes, fans the “Green” craze has taken effect, and has hit an all-time high (no-pun intended) in my long list of century buzz words, let’s add organic toeh mix and make it really explosive. 

Some advertisers make it look like they’re doing you a favor like “it’s made with all-white chicken meat” well what in carnation were you feeding us before then?  We couldn’t agree more with Feel Good Style’s sense of Beauty with Integrity – it’s your choice don’t let them make it for you.

Enough of my rantings – head on over to Feel Good Style with Wenona’s recommendation of Pin-up Balms for stuffing your stocking this season.

About Wenona.  Wenona is married with three crazy kids that range in age from 2 to 17. She is a freelance writer, poet and the author of The Everything Green Wedding Book.  Her writing has appeared in several local and regional publications, Pack O Fun and Today’s Creative Home Arts magazines as well as numerous online sites including,,, eHow, Associated Content, and


Bionic Beautys Take on Pin Up Lip Balm

Bionic Beauty's Take on Pin Up Lip Balm

Wow – is beauty really in the eyes of the beholder – who beholds your beauty?  We believe that you should be your biggest fan and Bionic Beauty gave us the platform to express just that.  Head on over to Jami’s fantastic montage of beauty and makeup tips and recommendations tried and true.  She’s one fantastic Pin-up girl doing one super fantastic job at bringing this all to you in forum that is open, welcoming and absolutely right on!


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Well here i was thinking the other day, where would I be without the bees?  One of the ingredients in our fabulous lip balm is beeswax direct from the California and Pacific Northwest apiaries.  It’s golden color, and sweet scent when melted are absolutely mesmerizing.   Interestingly enough whenever we start production, we have a few bee visitors trying to check out the meltdown process.

I can not wait for the Secret Life of Bees to  hit the screen October 17th.  I read the novel by Sue Monk Kidd, about two years ago, it’s a long one but I just couldn’t put it down.  The author wraps you in her world but you don’t go unwillingly.  The symbolism is intense and as a reader you identify with so many of the interweaving threads that form the amazing foundation of this novel in the development of the characters and their separate but equal journeys. 

I loved the references to the Black Madonna, growing up in a Polish parish, Our Lady of Częstochowa was a symbol I greatly identified with, and honey, Honey who doesn’t love honey. We had to have an 8 x 8 foot section of a party wall removed in a townhome that we once lived in because a colony of honey bees decided to move in and not split the mortgage with us. The honeycomb that was removed was absolutely breathtaking, nature’s architects. The bees were not harmed in the removal process, John of Adkins Bee Service is a true professional, he was able to feel the bees through the drywall and pinned their exact location with the touch of his hand. Check out the Adkins gallery.

In an article by Rita Williams included is the following section of an interview with Sue Monk Kidd:

“”Why write about these black women when you’re white?” I asked her.

“Because I grew up surrounded by black women. I feel they are like hidden royalty dwelling among us, and we need to rupture our old assumptions and develop the willingness to see them as they are,” she replied. When I asked her to tell me the origin of this story, she grew pensive, closing her dark eyes almost as if she were meditating.

“As a girl, I lived in a country house where at least 50,000 bees hived within the walls of one of our shut-off rooms,” she said. “When I went in there, I could hear humming-honey leaking through the wall and puddling on the floor. That image stayed with me for years before I decided to write it. And then when I finally did begin, I was told it might sell as a short story but not as a novel. I sold the short story…. But it wouldn’t let me go. Four years later, I had to go back and write the novel.”

The girls and I will be the first on line to enjoy this movie and I am so glad you went and re-wrote that short story Ms. Kidd – it’s a story that needed to be told and one we will definitely pass down from this generation to the next.

Send us a scan of your movie ticket and when you buy one lip balm, you’ll get our Honey-Do lip balm free!

Gayot - the Guide to the Good Life Gayot’s guide to the good like now includes Pin up lip balm. They loved our “fierce femme flavor” and wished our spa product junkies “luck in resisting the temptation to collect them all”.  We agree that we didn’t sacrifice form over function, slide the top on our retro top tin to reveal our all-natural moisturizing balm.

The Pin-up Diaries We love Retro model Sari – the German pin-up girl and and we felt the love back in this latest entry in The Pin-up Diaries.