Fruu.. Cherry Up Colour Tinted Lip Balm 4.5g
- Cherry Up Vegan Lip Balm
- Rich Cherry Red Colour
- Made Using By-Products of Fruit Waste
- Earn 10 Points
FRUU.. Cherry Up, Red Colour Vegan Tinted Lip Balm, available exclusively at Flora & Fauna.
If you like matte lip balms with colour we have you covered. Fruu.. tinted lip balms have a really strong colour so almost verge on lipstick territory. Top tip: you'll want a mirror to apply properly. The Cherry Up colour is a rich red.
This smooth, buttery lip balm contains nourishing coconut oil, watermelon seed oil, jojoba seed oil, mango seed butter and with aloe vera which is calming and hydrating.
FRUU.. is a UK brand focused on making the best natural cosmetics using the freshest ingredients. They are exclusively available at Flora & Fauna in Australia.
Their lip balms are largely made of ingredients extracted and derived from more than 15 different types of nutrient bursting fruits. Most of the ingredients are produced as a by-product of processed fruit waste, which generates vital extra revenue for small fruit farmers.
FRUU.. love animals, like us! As with everything at Flora & Fauna they do not test their products on animals and do not use any animal products. Vegan-friendly and PETA certified. They donate a portion of profits to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to help preserve natural diversity.
Apply regularly to your lips to keep them luscious and with a slick of colour. Note: the colour is strong so you might want a mirror!
Euphorbia cerifera cera (Candelilla wax), Cocos nucifera (Coconut) oil, Simmondsia chinensis seed (Jojoba) oil, Theobroma cacao seed (Cocoa) butter, Citrus limon (Lemon) seed oil, Aloe barbadensis (Aloe Vera) leaf extract, Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) butter, Ricinus communis seed (Castor) oil, Mangifera Indica (Mango) seed butter, Citrullus lanatus (Watermelon) seed oil, Octyldodecanol, CI 77491, Titanium dioxide, Musa sapientum (banana)fruit extract, Tocopherol (vitamin E), CI 15850, CI 77499, Aroma, Stevia rebaudiana leaf/steam extract