100 Percent Pure Cocoa Butter Matte Lipstick

I’ve been trying out more natural make-up products lately. I decided to try the 100 Percent Pure all-natural Cocoa Butter Matte Lipstick. I got the lipstick in the color Currant. I love that it’s cruelty-free, 100% vegan, and gluten free.

100 Percent Pure Cocoa Butter Matte Lipstick in Currant

The lipstick is a dark berry color. The color is a bold pink on my lips. The blend of cocoa butter, shea butter and vitamin E moisturizes my lips. It goes on smooth and the color is vivid and full. The matte color lasts for hours even with eating and kissing. I usually find matte lipsticks drying, but this one is creamy and very light on my lips. The natural makeup is formulated from fruit pigments which give it stunning colors just like lipsticks with synthetic ingredients.

100 Percent Pure Cocoa Butter Matte Lipstick

I love the cool, bright pink color on me. I’m glad I found a wonderful lipstick that has natural products and since we do swallow part of our lipstick, I won’t be eating anything bad for me. I love the slim packaging which has a great leaf design on it.

100 Percent Pure Cocoa Butter Matte Lipstick

Buy the great 100 Percent Pure Lipstick at Natural Healthy Concepts (NHC), which is a vitamin and supplement company run by a licensed certified nutritionist who firmly believes that the foundation of health and wellness lies in proper nutrition and supplementation. The NHC blog features topics such as essential oils, collagen, and turmeric.

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Comments

  1. March 31 / 6:02 am

    Great review Jen,

    The Currant colour is gorgeous on you, I think I’ll go for the neutrals like Mojave and Mirage for myself!

    Sometimes brands claim to be natural but pack their lipsticks full of harmful ingredients anyway. So I had a quick look at the ingredients for this lipstick – I was really impressed! As you point out, it’s vegan (no beeswax, carmine, or lanolin oil) and gluten free – but not only that, it’s also free of irritants like ricinoleic acid!

    Just in case your readers (who are vegan or prone to allergies) are not aware of the lipstick ingredients they may want to avoid, we recently published a piece on this topic:
    https://makeupscholar.com/what-lipstick-made-of/

    Thanks again for the recommendation – can’t wait to try!

    Laura

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