MG Naturals - Lip n Cheek Tint

RRP: $34.95

Finalist
Non-toxic
Formulated from excellent, non-toxic, organic ingredients including jojoba oil and cocoa butter.
Ethical
MG Naturals is Australian made and use all Certified Organic ingredients where available. Only Mica from Malaysia is used as its certified child labour-free.
Sustainable
Glass packaging and biodegradable tubes are used for MG Naturals products. They offer refills and encourage the re-use of all containers. MG Naturals also use recycled paper for all printing purposes and reuse all boxes and packaging materials.
Responsible
MG Naturals donate to Kiva each month and employ working mums whom they offer flexible working arrangements to.

What our experts say...

I like the creamy texture and how pigmented this product is. It was flattering on the cheeks especially. Lovely to see a company that is conscious about business practices in terms of being child-labour free, environmentally-friendly, and trying to use organic ingredients too. Their contribution to Kiva is great too.

– Neha Hobson

This product is a dream to apply. It blends well and melts into the skin without separating makeup underneath. The shade is also very wearable and flattering. I love that MG Naturals has a strong focus on providing employment for mums and offering them the flexibility that is needed to juggle both home life and a family.

–Ash Quinn

So much radiant colour in such a little jar! Highly pigmented, a true tint/stain rather than a cream. I can’t wait ‘til I’m actually packing to go travelling or off on a night out – this would 100% be in my purse for use on both lips and cheeks. I love that it has real lasting strength, is organic and comes in a beautiful variety of colours.

–Emily Fletcher

I love this little pot of cheek and lip tint – so handy for a busy mum to use while on-the-go. Only a small amount is needed to rub onto my cheeks and lips for a subtle colour lift. It’s also quite moisturising. I can see this little pot lasting a long time! I appreciate the brand’s efforts to use reusable and biodegradable packaging.

– Emma Freeman

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