Pretty Pink Cosmetic Gift Set


This delicate pink cosmetic set is perfect for the organic-minded, eco-conscious person on your gift list, or as a treat for yourself.

All the products in this set contain organic ingredients and come in reusable, recyclable tins with compostable labels. They're packaged together in recycled, recyclable kraft paper materials so you can feel good about what's inside AND outside your gift.

Save $5 compared to purchasing the products individually!

This gift set includes:



This matte powder blush offers the softest pop of color. Perfect for when you want to add a subtle flush of pink to your cheeks, or, for a pink-toned highlighter, to the bridge of your nose, your forehead, and your chin.


- Organic Arrowroot Powder
- Organic Pink Rose Petal Powder
- Organic Hibiscus Powder

To use:

Dip a clean makeup brush into the powder. Tap the brush against the rim of the tin to rid it of any excess product. Smooth what's left onto the apples of your cheeks (or wherever you want to add a flush of warmth).



This silky, barely there finishing powder not only works like a charm, but smells like a dream thanks to the subtle hints of chocolate and rose petals that permeate this blend.

It can be used to set your makeup, or, if full-face makeup isn't your thing, on its own. In both cases it will minimize the appearance of pores, reduce shine, and add the softest flush of warmth to your skin.

Made of organic arrowroot powder, kaolin clay, organic pink rose petal powder, and organic raw cacao powder.

Packaged in a reusable, recyclable 2 oz metal tin with compostable labels and shipped in recycled, recyclable materials so you can feel good about what's inside AND outside your product.

To use: dip a clean makeup brush into the powder and tap to remove excess. Swirl, dot, or press onto your skin (no application judgement here!).



Vine-choked canopies. The flashy plumage of jungle birds. Air heavy with humidity and redolent with the scent of a million blooming flowers. That's what I think of when I see dinner plate-sized hibiscus petals unfurling in my gardens.

These tropical plants represent many things to many different peoples. They're the national flowers of Haiti, South Korea, and Malaysia, are traditionally worn to signify whether or not a Tahitian woman is married, and are part of a bubble-making process favored by children in the Philippines. They can be candied, eaten as a delicacy, and made into tea. They also make an excellent natural dye when dried and ground into a fine powder.

To bring out the richest tones of this powder, I've added it to sweet almond oil and heat infused the mixture. Hardy beeswax, nourishing fair trade cocoa butter, and silky fair trade coconut oil round out this recipe. All organic, of course.

Dab it onto your lips to keep them moisturized or to add a light blush of color to your kisser!


* Hibiscus are often intercropped with peanuts. Those with severe peanut allergies may want to avoid products that utilize parts of this plant.

* For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. This information has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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