NEW Living Nature Tinted Lip Moisturiser / Hydrator is the perfect balance between lip care and lip colour.
Streets ahead of any old lip balm, a swish of this tinted lip moisturiser delivers deep hydration to keep your lips supple and conditioned with vitamin E, active Manuka honey and enriching 100% natural botanicals.
Lush # 14 - The subtle red hue will brighten and enhance your natural lip colour anytime, anywhere. Lush is flattering for all seasons and skin tones and is the perfect addition to all makeup bags.
Containing ingredients such as active Manuka honey and Vitamin E, Jojoba Ester, Candelilla, Carnauba waxes, certified organic Cupuacu butter, and Calendula oil, Living Nature Tinted Lip Hydrator supports healthy lip care and healing. Living Nature Tinted Lip Hydrator is certified natural by BDIH Germany and is cruelty free, carmine free, gluten free and New Zealand made. Create a dressed up or dressed down lip and apply as required for a hint of colour, natural hydration and shine.
Size: 3.9g stick.
Create a dressed up or dressed down lip and apply as required for a hint of colour, natural hydration and shine.
Mica gives lips a healthy sheen, and natural sun protection.
Supports healthy lip care, moisturisation and healing.
Lush colour #14:
Ricinus communis (castor) oil, Jojoba esters, Cera alba (beeswax), Euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, Copernicia cerifera (carnauba) wax**, Theobroma grandiflorum (cupuacu) seed butter**, Limnanthes alba (meadowfoam) seed oil, Mica CI77019, Iron oxide CI77491, Titanium dioxide CI77891, Calendula officinalis (calendula) oil**, Tocopherol (vitamin E), Mel (manuka honey).**Certified organic.
Cosmetics and personal-care products are poorly regulated, but many pharmacy and supermarket brands (including those with 'natural-looking' branding contain chemical and/or GMO ingredients such as fragrances, stabilisers, and preservatives. Parabens are in MOST pharmacy/ supermarket brands skincare products and cosmetics. A 2004 study found parabens in 18 out of 20 samples of human breast tissue.
Awareness is evolving as consumers change their lifestyle and consumption habits. Now we can begin to understand why you must do away with your non-natural skin products - especially as there are such wonderul alternatives availble!
The chemical components of many products also don't break down and instead accumulate in our ecosystems, harming our environment. Some of the damage is done when we wash our face or body and these chemicals are washed down our sinks, which are then streamed to our lakes, rivers, and the water systems. Toxic ingredients contained in non-natural products can (and do) cause cancer.
The manufacturing process of creating nasty chemical personal care products can be harmful to the environment, too. Petroleum based oils are byproducts of the oil industry. And most palm oil used in cosmetics is the result of razing rainforests to grow palm plants, and non-organic rapeseed or cottonseed oil is almost always the result of GMO farming.