A gorgeous dusty pink natural lipstick that’s perfect for a delightful afternoon. Get a rich boost of colour for your lips, formulated with healthy olive oil for luscious lip perfection. A wearable shade that moisturizes, conditions and hydrates. This party-themed lipstick is soft and lovely.
Released just in time for winter’s harsh conditions, Ere Perez’s Rich Olive Oil Lipsticks hydrate and condition, while delivering on-trend colours, such as the dusty pink of High Tea and Birthday’s peachy coral pink. For a real party favourite, brush on the glossy red of Fiesta. The lipsticks are toxin and cruelty free.
Derived from the seeds of the castor oil plant. Gives cosmetics a soft, supple texture and helps to moisturise.
Obtained from the honeycomb, beeswax serves as a thickener and humectant.
Derived from coconut. It is considered to have smoothing and replenishing properties.
Candelilla wax is derived from a shrub native to Mexico. The wax helps keep the skin moisturised.
Tridecyl trimellitate is an ester.
Carnauba (fix spelling error) wax is extracted from the leaves of a Brazilian palm tree.
Olive oil is extracted from olive fruit. It naturally contains monounsaturated fats (omega 9) and polyphenols (a potent antioxidant).
Ozokerite is a naturally occurring fossil wax found near soft shale.
Tocopherol is derived from sunflower seed oil. Natural vitamin E has antioxidant and moisturising properties.
Titanium dioxide TiO2 is a naturally occurring mineral-based pigment, derived from the mineral ore bauxite that is formulated into a creamy white ointment. It provides broad UVA and UVB sun protection when applied externally. *TiO2 may be an occupational hazard when inhaled as a nano size particle. The TiO2 used in our formulations is pigment grade; we do not use nano size particles.
Derived from iron ore, iron oxides are the most important mineral pigments in natural decorative cosmetics. They occur in various different shades, from yellow to red-brown to black.
Mica is a natural component of sand that is rich in silica. The silica-rich composition of mica is thought to support the formative processes in the connective tissue and bring vitality to the skin.