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Shimmer Creme

Organic Shimmer Creme For Cheeks And Lips

Berry - cool red

A hint of colour with a subtle shimmer for anywhere you'd like a natural blush of colour.

Comes in a convenient clasp compact for fingertip application.  


Organic jojoba (simmondsia chinensis) seed oil, organic unrefined beeswax (cera alba), mica, organic vanilla (vanilla planifolia) extract.

May contain: +/- iron oxides
**Please Note**

The shimmer and lip cremes look darker in the containers than they actually are. They are translucent and give off just a hint of colour. They make great natural looking blushers.

Containing beeswax, they keep your lips nice and soft and have a lovely vanilla aroma.

The shimmer cremes contain natural iron oxides which come in black, yellow and red and explains why the cremes look so dark. There are no pink iron oxides!



There's an internet rumor that says you can check for lead in lipstick by rubbing a gold ring on the lipstick. If the lipstick turns black, it contains lead. Is there any truth to this?

See EWG org