Shade Description: A creamy peach, perfectly suited for anyone who wishes for a touch of warmth
Finish: A matte texture (not glossy) which makes it suitable for use on cheeks as well as lips. Opaque coverage (not sheer); apply sparingly.
Flavour: Mango Peach
Size: 5g glass jar
- Canada's first Ecocert COSMOS certified organic lip and cheek stain
- made with certified organic botanicals and 100% natural pigments: the same ones used in formulas at the turn of the century.
- highly pigmented balm
- high in vitamin E
- subtle mango peach flavour
74% of Ingredients from Organic Farming
100% of Ingredients from Natural Origin
COSMOS ORGANIC certified by Ecocert Greenlife
named after Isabella Valancy Crawford (read more about her below)
Swatch Shades (beginning at the wrist): Abigail, Charlotte, Nellie, Isabella, Harriet, Maud, Viola
Each of the shades is named after a historic, noteworthy, Canadian woman who had a positive impact on our society. We hope that wearing Pure Anada cheek rouge, inspires women to share their God-given gifts to the world! A portion of the sale of Pure Anada Certified Organic Lip & Cheek Rouge will be donated to World Vision's Women & Girls in Crisis Fund. This program helps to support women globally in numerous ways, including education, skill training, small business loans, healthcare, counselling and recovery services. Thank you for loving Pure Anada! Your support helps fulfill our mission to be more than just an ordinary makeup brand.
NOTE: Lip & cheek rouge is not tested on animals. It is certified cruelty-free by PETA. However, it is NOT vegan, since this vintage-inspired formula contains certified organic beeswax, and Ecocert approved Carmine. Carmine is a 100% natural crimson pigment derived from carminic acid which is produced by the cochineal beetle. It is the only way to achieve naturally true pinks in an Eco-certified formula. It is a natural, renewable and non-toxic pigment, used as a dye for over 1000 years. The harvesting process is sustainable and helps to support family business in South America. We are proud to incorporate this raw material, but realize it may not be appreciated by all. The shades Isabella and Abigail do not contain Carmine.
An Irish-born Canadian writer and poet, Isabella Crawford was one of the first Canadians to make a living as a freelance writer. Though her life was marked with tragedy and poverty, Isabella had the opportunity to be introduced to writing in the home of the Strickland family who had taken Isabella and her relatives in to live with them out of charity. Being close friends with the Strickland’s daughter, a writer, Isabella began the journey of writing. Isabella’s first poem was published in 1873 and was followed by many more until her literary earnings were enough to support her mother, sister, and herself. Upon moving to Toronto, Isabella focused more seriously on her writing and contributed a number of her writings to New York and Toronto publications. Isabella became the first local writer to have a novel in 1886 and also published one book in her lifetime. Isabella’s poetry has lived on even after her time, and her writing and legacy have received recognition through the years. A fundraising campaign begun in 1899 to raise money for the placement of a Celtic cross on Isabella’s unmarked grave with the inscription, “Isabella Valency Crawford/Poet/By the Gift of God.”