Creme Lipstick - Plenty
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Creme Lipstick is a medium pigmented vegan lipstick that provides an effortless, satin colour to the lips that stays put for hours! Made of sustainably sourced ingredients like jojoba oil, shea butter and mango seed butter, these creme lipsticks deliver environmental protection and moisturizing benefits to encourage you to feel your best self. Enjoy the light scent of vanilla essential oil with every application.
Plenty is a light to medium coral with peachy, orange undertones.
Ricinus Communis (Organic Castor Seed Oil), Simmondsia Chinensis (Organic Cold Pressed Jojoba Seed Oil), Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla Wax), Limnanthes Alba (Organic Meadowfoam Seed Oil), Butyrospermum Parkii Fruit (Unrefined Organic Shea Butter), Mangifera Indica (Organic Mango Seed Butter), Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba Wax), Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Vanilla Planifolia (Vanilla Absolute Oil), +/- CI77499 (Black Oxide), CI77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77820 (Manganese Violet), CI77491 (Red Oxide)
*Elate’s Creme Lipsticks contain iron oxides and ethically sourced mica to achieve the beautifully-sheer colours
How to use
Apply your Elate Lipstick directly from the tube, or with a lip brush for precise and clean colour. To enhance the colour apply directly from the tube, blot gently and apply another sweep of lipstick. This lipstick is also suitable to apply on your cheeks for a monochromatic look.
This lipstick is secured in a recyclable plastic insert to maintain freshness, and an infinitely-recyclable aluminum wrap for durability. Water-treated, sustainable bamboo creates the natural lipstick tube and is fully compostable.
DISPOSAL: Crush the bamboo lipstick tube with heavy pliers and compost. Clean out, then recycle the inner casings in your household recycling. The sticker will need to be disposed of in the trash as we chose to source this locally as the most ethical alternative.