Jacob Hooy CBD Lip Balm is
- Free of chemicals
- Easy to apply
- For daily use
100% natural lip balm
Jacob Hooy Lip Balm does not contain paraffin or other harmful additives. Therefore your lips maintain their natural humid balance and there is no need for continuous application. The CBD lip balm is made of natural ingredients and has a powerful UV filter.
Cosmetics with CBD
Because of the caring properties of CBD, more and more cosmetic products with CBD are available on the market. After different skin oils also lip balms contain CBD nowadays. Jacob Hooy has launched this fine product and now you can responsibly enjoy beautifully soft and supple lips.
Jacob Hooy receives nationwide recognition. What started as a small herb stand on the Nieuwmarkt in Amsterdam in 1743, has now grown into a renowned company that enjoys nationwide recognition thanks to its natural products. Since 1815 Jacob Hooy is even one of the 383 companies that are allowed to carry the name of Purveyor to the Royal Household.
How to use?
Jacob Hooy Lip Balm can be thinly applied onto the lips several times a day. For optimal spreadability it is important to save the lip balm at room temperature and not in direct sunlight.
Composition Jacob Hooy CBD Lip Balm
Ricunus Communis seed oil, Cocos Nucifera oil, Cera Alba, Simmondsia cinenses seed oil, Cannabis Sativa oil, Oryza Sativa Crea, palmatic acid, stearic acid, tocoferylacetate, glycine soy oil, Butyrospermum parkii butter, Olea Europaea fruit oil, Calandula Officinalis flower extract, tocoferol.
History Jacob Hooy
In 1743 Jacob Hooy opened a spice stall at the Amsterdam Nieuwmarkt. This is where the rich history of the company began, with the sale of herbs and spices.
And the company not only has history, but also a chunk of nostalgia. Nostalgia especially for the old and trusted trading of herbs. The scent so characteristic of the ridge-filled spice warehouse in Limmen revives memories of the days of the V.O.C., when the intrepid East Indiamen brave the oceans to fill their holds with oriental herbs and spices.
But it was also the time of the spice traders of the North Holland spirit lands who offered their goods for sale on the Amsterdam Nieuwmarkt.
Employee Piet Heerschop mixes herbs in the old copper bascule from 1743, which Jacob Hooy probably used between 1747 and 1778, when he was still on the medicinal herb market on the Kloveniersburgwal. Photo 1952
At the age of 21, Jacob opened his first shop in dryers on the Barndesteeg and two years later he moved to the now well-known shop on the Kloveniersburgwal. Although the company has been owned by the Oldenboom family since 1846, the name Jacob Hooy has always been retained.
The Amsterdam canals with its stately warehouses of yesteryear are also still there, but the activity surrounding the loading and unloading of the herb ships is unfortunately past glory. But around the herbs, teas and spices of today, there is still the mystique of the strange and the aroma of the distant. And at the Limmen wholesaler you can still taste, from the raw jute bags and bales, the smell and taste that have been so characteristic of this hard-working family business over the centuries. With his interest in and knowledge of fruits, flowers, plants, roots and seeds, Jacob Hooy continues to value everything that is natural and original. Jacob Hooy shares his knowledge and supplies to wholesalers and retailers all over the world.
The designation Royal Warrant was introduced in 1815 by King Willem I and, together with the designation royal (1806), is one of the oldest Royal decorations in our country. This designation gives Jacob Hooy the right to use the Royal Coat of Arms, with the addition “By Royal Purveyor to the Royal Household”.
Her Majesty the Queen has awarded this designation Royal Warrant to Jacob Hooy. Jacob Hooy was founded in 1743 and is therefore more than a hundred years old and the entrepreneurs are of impeccable behavior. Jacob Hooy is one of the 383 companies that can call themselves Royal Warrant Holder.