Bloom 'Pink For Prevention' Lipstick

13 October 2016

'Bloom' Lipstick from Living Nature

To celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month, New Zealand’s original certified natural skin care and cosmetics brand Living Nature, is donating NZ$1 from every sale of this ‘pink for prevention’ lipstick to support the work of Breast Cancer Network New Zealand (BCN).  BCN focuses on risk reduction and preventative education to help stop cancer where it starts; assisting women to reduce their toxic overload and address their breast cancer risk.  BCN endorses the Living Nature range and Living Nature, who has been an inaugural supporter member since 2011, is proud to be assisting the work of this worthwhile charity. 

Strong and sophisticated, Bloom is a stylish, vintage ‘hot’ pink shade that’s also kind and gentle to the lips.  A daring dash of colour that you can wear day or night, anywhere and everywhere, casual or formal; the perfect pink to enhance and finish a natural mineral makeup look with a little extra ‘oomph’. 

Certified natural by BDIH Germany, Living Nature’s lipsticks are moisture-rich using a special combination of vegetable waxes, including candellia and carnauba, beeswax, Squalane and Vitamin E, for optimum nourishment.  Remarkably light, soft and smooth, Living Nature’s lipsticks also provide the reassurance of a smooth application and long-lasting coverage. Each Living Nature lipstick is hand-crafted and individually flamed to a perfect finish.  With a mission to share safe, healthy natural beauty with the world whilst treating the planet with respect, Living Nature also adopts eco-friendly practices, never tests on animals and all packaging is recyclable and contains no dioxin or elemental chlorine bleaches.

Stockist Information: Living Nature’s Bloom Lipstick is available nationwide from selected salons, pharmacies and health stores and online.  For further information, contact Living Nature on Freephone 0508 548 464 or +64 9 4077895, email or visit the company website  For further information about Breast Cancer Network New Zealand visit