Fruit Pigmented Pomegranate Oil Anti-Aging Lipstick

Fruit Pigmented Pomegranate Oil Anti-Aging Lipstick


Give your kisser a little love with this lipstick that actually moisturizes your lips, instead of drying them out. It’s pigmented with bright, natural bright hues from fruits like pomegranate, tomato, raspberry and red grape for the ultimate anti-aging cosmetic.


If you hate that fake chemical taste of most lipsticks but love the way they make your mouth look, then you’ll love the 100% Pure fruit pigmented lipstick as much as we do.

With nourishing ingredients like shea butter and vitamin E, this lipstick works like a moisturizing lip balm, but with the bonus of beautiful, natural color that stays. Plus, they come in 16 different shades of red and pink, so you can easily find a color that compliments your skin tone.

Every component of this lipstick is chosen with care. 100% Pure hand selects only the safest, naturally moisturizing and colorful ingredients, like vitamin C and organic chocolate.


Apply to lips as desired. For a matte finish, blot with tissue after application.


  • Shea Butter
  • Pomegranate Seed Oil
  • Cocoa Seed Butter
  • Fruit Extracts (Cherry, Plum, Cabernet Grape, Raspberry, Blueberry, Blackberry, Peach, Apricot, Tomato,
  • Pomegranate, Cacao)
  • Flower Extracts (Rose Petals, Lavender, Rosemary)
  • Cocoa Powder
  • Vitamin E and Vitamin C
  • Candelilla Wax


Simply apply as you would any other lipstick.


This lipstick provides full coverage with a satin finish. For more of a matte look, blot with a tissue after applying.


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While you might apply and reapply your lipstick all day without thinking twice, it’s important to take a moment and consider what’s on that label. After all, it is common practice for commercially produced cosmetics, particularly inexpensive ones, to contain hormone-disrupting toxins like phthalates that can harm reproductive organs and even contaminate breast milk.

Lipstick in particular is more likely to contain harmful metals than other cosmetics, like lead and aluminum. Lead is a neurotoxin that is extra concerning for hormonal health because it can cause problems like menstrual irregularities and delayed puberty in girls. Since lipstick gets applied right to the mouth, the likelihood of ingesting these chemicals is nearly guaranteed.

100% Pure’s fruit pigmented lipstick is completely free of these toxic chemicals, and uses only natural ingredients to achieve color, moisture, and shine. As a bonus, all ingredients are vegan and gluten-free, so even those with sensitivities or special diets can feel safe using this lipstick.