Shade: Beet Red
100% Natural, No oxybenzone, No parabens, Vegan-friendly
Real beet juice extract (as colorant)
Made without ANY artificial ingredients. Our freshly prepared beets produce a deep watermelon-y hue. This can be layered on to give you a pale pink cheeks or a more dramatic evening look. This can also be used as a lip stain! But if you'd like a more long-lasting color, check out my other listings for the all natural Hibiscus Red Lip Stain.
Truly natural cosmetics and skin care. All handcrafted and made in my own kitchen. I use my own recipes, not from a pre-made base. Our products do not contain chemical preservatives, artificial fragrances, or synthetic chemicals. No mineral colorants here either! Only pure fruits & vegetables, herbs & spices, and oils & butters. Organic ingredients used whenever possible!
Ingredients: organic beet extract and vegetable glycerin
THAT'S IT! The ingredients couldn't be more simple! So natural, you could eat it!
Convenient, compact, and reusable glass roll-on applicator.
Application: For cheeks, dab a tiny amount on apple of cheeks, wet finger and blend.
Beet Red Cheek Stain makes an ideal cheek stain as it blends easily with water to give you that perfect amount of color, a little or a lot. As this is not a real "stain", you can wash it off easily with water if you make a mistake and start over.
This cheek stain is smudge-proof and can tint your cheeks all day.
Each glass tube contains 1/3 ounce.
Please note: This stain is made from all natural ingredients. This product will not last forever like traditional cosmetics, so please use in a timely manner. Maximum shelf life would be up to a year depending on how product is stored (cool & dry are ideal).
Special thanks to Marigold for modeling the product. Please visit her Etsy shop too: https://www.etsy.com/shop/dreadfulgirl
For more info, please read all the terms and conditions in my Shop Policies.
Bohemian Beetnik is committed to REDUCING WASTE.
1. Packaging: Your item will be shipped in recycled/recyclable packaging. I REUSE junk mail flyers to wrap each item.
2. Plastics: Although plastics can be recycled, they can only be recycled so many times before they eventually become UN-recyclable. We try our best to avoid using plastic (however, we do have some). This includes containers, packaging, and even starts with the ingredients we use.