Coconut Matter Tinted Coconut Oil Lip Balm
Lightweight, sheer, and intensely nourishing, our tinted coconut lip balms are one of the easiest way to boost your natural lip color.
Available in five sheer shade. Depending on swipe strength, the color can range from a sheer tint to a juicier, more saturated sheen.
What Should I Choose?
Finding your favourite tinted lip balm ultimately comes down to your personal perference.
For a barely there pink, CORAL provides is a natural shimmer.
For a subtle crimson sheer, go for our top seller SMOOCH.
For a sheer, warm metallic red, PASSION is yours.
How To Use
Soothe onto lips to nourish and boost your natural lip color for a no-makeup makeup look.
Repurpose the tinted lip balm for the cheeks. Add a sweep to brighten the skin and dab it gently.
Tinted coconut oil lip balm are handmade with 100% natural ingredients as listed below:
Vitis vinifera seed oil, *Cocos nucifera oil, Euphorbia cerifera cera, *Butyrospermum parkii butter, *Ricinus communis seed oil, Citrus aurantifolia Oil distilled, Tocopherol, Helianthus annuus seed oil
May Contain [-/+]: **Mica (CI 77019), ***Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), ****Tin oxide (CI 77861) Iron Oxides (CI 77491, 77492, 77499)
All our colours have a particle size range of 10-60 μm upwards and they do not contain any particles of Titanium Dioxide ≤ 10 μm.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lists Mica as a color additive exempt from certification. Mica, is safe for use in coloring products, including cosmetics and personal care products applied to the lips, and the area of the eye. FDA also includes aluminum and potassium silicate (Mica) on the list of indirect food additives and permits its use as a colorant for polymers with incidental contact with food. The Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) has deferred evaluation of Mica because the safety has been assessed by FDA. This deferral of review is according to the provisions of the CIR Procedures.
EU Regulation (EU) 022/63 which is now in force states that Titanium Dioxide can no longer be used as a food additive. Cosmetic Regulation (EU) 2021/850 lays down the rules for when Titanium Dioxide may be used and in what concentrations. This regulation however does not apply to our Titanium Dioxide as the Opinion of the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety clearly states’ As such, the Opinion is not applicable to any pearlescent pigment because of the composite nature of such materials, of which TiO2 is only a minor constituent.
formulations containing Tin(IV) oxide, there is no indication that this ingredient would have any irritation or sensitisation potential at use concentrations up to 1.3% in cosmetic products. In 2014, the CIR Expert Panel concluded that tin(IV) oxide is safe in the present practices of use and concentration described in this safety assessment.