Rejuva Minerals - Natural Look Pressed Powder Foundation - St. Tropez
This titanium dioxide and mica free product is EWG VERIFIED™, MADE SAFE® and rated "CLEAN" in the Think Dirty app! Ingredients include Certified Organic Fruits, Berries & Botanicals. Celebs who have worn Natural Look powder on set include cast members from CBS "The Talk", Emily Ratajkowski, Shailene Woodley and Nickelodeon's "Knight Squad" cast here!...Read more under links below!
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Natural Look Pressed Foundation Powder will provide a silky smooth, natural 'semi-matte' finish. St. Tropez and Bahama Mama may also be used as a bronzer. Suitable for all skin types. Will not dry out skin (apply light moisturizer underneath for best results). Resists caking and settling in lines and pores. Layers to provide a light-medium (buildable) coverage. Colored with minerals and enhanced with Certified Organic Fruits, Berries & Botanicals. Infused with conditioning organic jojoba oil. No gluten derived ingredients. Vegan Friendly formula. Natural Look Pressed Powder compacts are made from regenerated plastic.
14.2 gm. Sea Shell, Sand & St. Tropez, + 2.8 gm. Sea Shell & Coconut Cream: Boron Nitride, *Tapioca, Lauroyl Lysine, *Carnauba powder, *Jojoba, Caprylyl Glycol, *Grape Seed Oil, *Cranberry Seed Oil, *Rosemary Leaf Oil, Iron Oxides. *Certified Organic
Remaining shades: Boron Nitride (derived from natural mineral), *Tapioca, Lauroyl Lysine (amino acids), *Jojoba, *Carnauba powder, Gluconolactone (non-gmo vegetable), Sodium Benzoate, Cocoa, *Blueberry, *Grape, Iron Oxides. *Certified Organic. The following shades contain Certified Organic Raspberry: Glow, Taffy, 2.8 gm. St. Tropez. Tiny flecks of fruit and botanical particles may be visible in powder.
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