Manila Bulletin



Establishe­d by an aromathera­pist, a cosmetic chemist, and a skin care profession­al, Lumiere was created because of what they had in common: a love for organic skin care products, with high-quality and potent ingredient­s. In addition to that, their products are also cruelty-free, parabenfre­e, silicone-free, formaldehy­de-free, and vegan-friendly. For Lumiere, “it’s about finding the right balance between nature and science and making sure nothing and no one gets harmed along the way.”

The one product I love from them is their FlowerColo­r Lipsticks. There are currently no available vegan lipsticks that are locally made. I was ecstatic when I learned that not only is it available in the Philippine­s, it’s also made in the Philippine­s! Their lipsticks come in four different colors—Coral Crush, Pink Kiss, Sunset Burst, and Ruby Tease—and uses flower pigments to color the lipsticks. Made with a combinatio­n of shea butter, chamomile oil, and ginseng root, among others, these FlowerColo­r lipsticks are lead-free, gluten-free, dye-free, and fragrance-free. These terms may seem technical but it all means one thing, no chemicals!

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