EOS Lip Balm Delicious Vanilla Mint and Coconut Milk Review

EOS Visibly Soft Lip Balm have several appealing mild scents, including vanilla mint and coconut milk. The vanilla mint has more of a vanilla than mint flavor. But you will still slightly notice the mint. This lip balm product is 99% natural, gluten-free, paraben, and petrolatum free. Made with shea butter, and other essential nutrients, including vitamin E and C. These EOS Visibly Soft Lip Balms, will have no color or tint when applied to your lips. These products will feel smooth, soft, and hydrating. These lip balms are also not greasy and have a bit of shine and gloss to them. These EOS Lip Balm products will leave behind a slightly sweet and pleasurable flavor.

The EOS Visibly Soft Lip Balm packaging is small, convenient and cute. These lip balms can easily fit in your bathroom, purse, or even your desk. Each lip balm flavor has its own color. The color of the vanilla mint flavor is blue and white striped. And the color of the coconut milk lip balm flavor is pink and white striped. The EOS Visibly Soft Lip Balms look much like little colorful Easter eggs. You can buy these lip balms in single or multiple packs. To open these EOS lip balm products you just have to twist off the top and you are ready to go.

Graeme Holm Floored By Infinity Group Australia Support.

There is a good reason to believe that people are struggling with their finances due to a lack of proper help and assistance. Throughout life, we are given numerous sets of training wheels in order to help us get from point A to point B. Only, we are never given the right skill set in order to properly navigate the tricky world of financing. This is the area in which Graeme Holm, founder of Infinity Group Australia, is looking to make his mark. Holm knows that most citizens of Australia are struggling to work with their finances and with a little bit of extra knowledge and coaching on their sides, they can succeed. While Holme’s mission is largely a selfless one, that hasn’t stopped his company from gaining nation-wide acclaim. Recently, Infinity Group Australia was accorded with an honored spot atop the list of the Australian Financial Review’s Most Innovative Companies ranking.


It was recently announced that the Australian Financial Review (AFR for short) had named Infinity Group Australia the 58th Most Innovative Company in Australia or New Zealand and Holm could not have been more proud. 1,000 companies were entered into this list which would point out that Holm’s company made it to the top 5.8% of the entire nation. While Infinity Group Australia’s team were proud of the selection and honored by the fanfare surrounding the award, they all but knew that this was something that they worked for and deserved. While Holm would never admit it, this was a job well done and one that reflected on the values that he sought to instill into his business.


This is just the seventh year that we have seen the Most Innovative Companies List made public, after a run as the ‘BRW Most Innovative Company’ list, and landing in the rankings is a big deal. At 58th, Infinity Group Australia has a prime spot ahead of some of the best companies in all of Australia and New Zealand. The list will be disbursed to nearly 2 million readers after it makes publication.


For Graeme Holm, this recognition has been a long time coming. Holm has operated inside of the financial sector for nearly 20 years now. The vast majority of his career has been spent working inside of a banking environment where he focused on connecting individuals to financing, real estate, and financial planning goals. After spending the majority of his career in this environment, Holm knew that he needed a change of scenery. More importantly, Holm knew that he could bring something important into the world that could actually help people in a big and real way.


Holm calls the work that he does at Infinity Group Australia something akin to financial coaching. In life, a coach will help you to stay on track and focused on what it is that you need in order to accomplish your goals. This is the same concept for Infinity Group Australia. With Infinity Group Australia, Holm seeks to help those that are vulnerable financially to find a way to better themselves while improving their financial portfolio.

Gareth Henry-Gay Rights Activist

Gareth Andre Theodore Henry was born on October 20,1977 in St. Mary’s, a small northern coastal town of Jamaica. Raised mostly by his grandmother and aunt, Gareth was a loner. He graduated from Titchfield High School in Port Antonio, Portland Parish before studying at Excelsior Community College and the University of the West Indies, both in Kingston. He hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work, and a master’s in Communications for Social and Behaviour change.

Gareth Henry is a badminton player. He has won numerous tournaments as both a singles and doubles player. He played mixed doubles with his sister Geordine Henry, and won the Jamaican National Badminton Championships six times.

Because of homophobic violence and harassment in Jamaica, Mr. Henry felt he could not come out to anyone during his teenage years. But once he moved away from his hometown he felt free to be himself.

In 1997, Gareth Henry starting volunteering his time at JASL (Jamaica AIDS Support for Life). In 1998, he started volunteering at J-FLAG (Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays), a newly formed, and first in Jamaica, human rights organization supporting the LGBTQ community. In 2004 the cofounder and spokesman for J-FLAG was murdered and Mr. Henry became the new director.

From 2004-2007, Gareth Henry had 13 friends killed in homophobic attacks. He was the victim of three such attacks. Police either turned a deaf ear or were involved in the attacks. So in 2008, he left Jamaica and sought refugee protection in Canada. He was granted refugee status that same year thanks to groups like EGALE Canada, Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto, and Amnesty International’s assistance.

Gareth Henry currently works at the Toronto People with AIDS Foundation. He also volunteers at Rainbow Railroad. There he helps relocate LGBTQ refugees that are also trying to escape persecution and oppression.