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Ingredients: 

 

We have also added some carefully chosen wonderful ingredients to the product. We added honey extract, camellia essential oil and grape seed oil. Honey extract can improve the shine of the lip stain, making the texture as crystal clear as the honey. Honey is also hygroscopic, which means that it can draw moisture out of the environment and dehydrate bacteria, and its high sugar content and low level pH can also prevent the microbes from growing.

Camellia oil adds moisturizing properties and is non-sticky. Camellia oil is absorbed very quickly by the skin. It permeates deep into lower layers of skin, promoting cell growth, and giving skin support and flexibility.

Grape seed oil is known for its r its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties. It also makes the lips more elastic, soft and even in tone. 

 

Opacity: 

 

Can be applied as a thin layer of color or build up to a high medium opacity, not too heavy on the lips and moisturizing. 
Will leave a subtle stain after wear. 

 

Color Description: 


The name of each color is named after the flower matching the color. We have carefully chosen colors that are suitable for everyday wear. 

 

A101 Miss Canna:  A warm under toned classic red with subtle gold sparklers. 

 

A102 Little Jasmine: The classic nude color that suits the majority of skin colors, your everyday nude that is not too grey. 

 

A103 Sweet Tulip: Juicy tomato red that brings vibrancy to your complexion.

 

A104 Water Lily: Coral nude with muted red sparkles. 

 

A105 Lady Camellias: Camellia pink with muted purple undertone, a perfect mixture of pink and purple. 

 

A106 Poppy Girl: Modern brownish brick red that will be your favorite fall and winter everyday color. 

Alva cream lip stain

€12.90Price
Color
  • The theme of the lip stain is the elves and flowers from the Nordic mythical garden. The name of each color is named after the flower matching the color.