I rarely use lipstick ,as I prefer just a good organic lip balm with sunscreen. But when I did use lipstick,I am 99% certain that they were organic, as otherwise I would have swelled up and then had a massive Trout Pout!!!
I have bought organic lipsticks for several years now as the thought of putting chemicals on my lips has little appeal.
HOWEVER, recently when I went with a friend who was buying make up, I bought an ordinary one as have been looking for one that matches my new-ish glasses.
I have bought about 3 organic and when I put them on they are not the same colour, however the one I bought that was Revlon, matches perfectly.
I had no idea there are organic lipsticks, so I will look around and see if I like them.Great idea, than using chemicals on the odd time I do, wear lipstick....Always did worry about what they put in them.I'm wondering, if organic, stay on the lips any longer than the others...For that reason, I would be very interested also.
All makeup is made of chemicals. I'm a bit grossed out by some of the stuff that's in lipstick though, things like lead. I don't wear much lipstick, sometimes just a tinted lip balm which is mostly beeswax and berry juice or cocoa powder. The fewer things in it the less likely I will have a bad reaction.
Iíll just buy a $2-$3 one, when I see a colour I like, usually at the chemist. There is a really good lipstick shop in Paddington, where my then, 92 year old mother bought her self at $35.00 one, so I guess that was organic.
I didn't know that you could get organic lipstick! However, it's several years since I bought a lipstick...I very rarely wear it since I stopped working in an office. If I were to want a lippie I'd probably just buy whatever - something cheap in the colour I like.
I didn't know you could get organic lipstick so I guess mine have chemicals in them. I remember years ago one type I bought made my lips peel so I'm pretty sure that one had chemicals in it. I never did buy that brand again - goes without saying.
I use make up- and have never bought organic lipstick. I have sensitive skin so don't tend to experiment. I see that the brand I use does animal testing so as I need to replace items I will definitely try organic +cruelty free.
I too react to some lipsticks and find that they generally are not true to colour , recently in the $2 shops, i have bought some australian lipsticks which are quite "pure" and have not had a problem, also that way I have not wasted too much money finding a product that doesn't react....