bella cupcake’s Gee emailed us for some product samples to review for her blog. If you know anything about Gretta, our Director of Fullfillment here in the office, she LOVES cupcakes and was so excited to meet a fellow cupcake and cosmetics lover.
Be sure to check out the PeaceKeeper review and check back in at bella cupcake for other reviews as well. Its a great site for anyone that loves cosmetics (and cupcakes!) and is supercute to boot.
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PeaceKeeper Cause-metics is not just another natural mineral makeup company. They are the first cosmetics line to donate all their after tax profits to women’s health advocacy and urgent human rights issues. Their approach is unique as they use our consumer buying power to raise funds and awareness. With a purchase, YOU make a direct contribution to helping women around the world. Finally, have your cake and eat it too with the help of PeaceKeeper. Please check out the video below for more information about PeaceKeeper Cause-metics.
I have an all natural, lipstick in Paint Me Healed. It applies creamy and is extremely moisturizing as it contains shea butter and jojoba oil. I even had slightly chapped lips and the moisturizing formula healed some of it. I’ve never tried mineral lipstick and I was thinking it might not be so pigmented, but this is very pigmented! The color is very vibrant and surprisingly long lasting. There is no scent or flavor, which I prefer in a lipstick. Paint Me Healed is a gorgeous matte coral shade. The color looked dark, but applies a bit lighter than it appears. PeaceKeeper offers a total of 12 beautiful shades to choose from for $16.50 each.
I also have a mineral lip gloss in Eternal Equity, named after an organization PeaceKeeper donates to. It comes in a standard tube with a doe-foot applicator. This gloss is completely non-sticky, which I absolutely love! You can apply it liberally and it will never feel sticky. It has a very slick and creamy texture. Similar to the lipstick, it’s made with moisturizing ingredients and kept my lips hydrated. The gloss has light sweet vanilla, sugar cookie essence scent with no flavor. It’s not very pigmented, but just enough to leave a noticeable amount of color. The formula itself makes for a shiny gloss, but it also contains a subtle shimmer. Eternal Equity is a deep pink, mauve shade with gold shimmer. I’ve now tried several mineral glosses and I have to say that I really like the formulas, because they provide non-sticky shine. At $16.50 each, you’ll be making a helpful contribution as well giving your lips some much deserved loving.
PeaceKeeper even has a lip balm, called Eco-Sensual. It’s not just your average chapstick. It’s 100% natural, 100% vegan, and 73% organic! It comes in a standard twisty tube, which I like. Lately, I’ve noticed balms come in jars and I just don’t like using my finger for it. Plus, sticks are smaller and take up less room in my already crowded purse. It glides on to keep your lips thoroughly moisturized and chap-free. It has a slightly methylated feeling because it contains spearmint oil. It actually feels refreshing! I don’t know how to describe it. It’s just very soothing. The scent reminds of Wrigley’s chewing gum because of the spearmint, but it’s very mild. If you have severe dried lips, this should heal ‘em right up! This is a Self Magazine reader favorite product, so you know it’s gotta be good. Snatch some up for only $3.18 for a stick!
Lastly, they even have natural nail polish! These are mineral based lacquers that are densely nutritious with amino acids for healthy nails. They apply creamy and smooth. They dry fairly quickly and so far have minimal chipping. My shade in Paint Me Forgiving looks like dark pink, mauve with shimmer in the bottle. When applied, it’s more of a light pink, nude shade with shimmer. It reminds me of the word “seashell,” just a pretty nudy pink. It may be my particular shade, but you might have to do a few coats to get the color to show. Mind you, I naturally have very white tips so I always have to do extra coats. Also, in the picture, I quickly did 2 thin coats and if you don’t have very white tips like me, the color should be decently pigmented for you. These nontoxic, vegan friend nail colors are available for $12 a bottle.
I urge you to check PeaceKeeper Cause-metics out! Not only are their all natural products great, their mission to do goodwill is even better. Please support PeaceKeeper Cause-metics, make a contribution, and spread the word!
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