- Quantity: 3 g
- For all skin types
- Vegan & Cruelty-free
- Colors: stone, cold, fox
- Certificate: PETA cruelty-free & vegan
- Argan oil
- Vitamin E
- Mineral color
How to use it?
Easy to apply with your finger.
Color that is built in layers.
Country of origin: USA
Pacifica is known for innovation and sustainability. The brand raises the experience of cosmetic products and prevails the perception that natural ingredients do not give excellent results. The brand’s mission was achieved when they delivered products with the best performance, using safe ingredients, recycled packaging and components to the largest possible audience of beauty consumers. All products of the brand are gluten free, 100% vegan and cruelty-free.
Brook founder Harvey-Taylor has loved scents since she was a child, and as a teenager she picked up a copy of Tom Robbins' novel Jitterbug Perfume. For a girl who was always aware of the world of scents, this book was her invitation to follow her nose and that, if she did, miracles would await her.
At that time, Brook begins to mix her fragrances with the essential oils she bought at a local grocery store where her mother worked. Obsessed with perfumes, Brook found herself on her own personal journey, creating scents that were unlike any other.
Their blends are sophisticated and complex, but fun, happy and easy to wear. Scents come to life differently on each person, becoming a unique and integral part of them. People also trust Brook’s careful attention to product development, where she is becoming a true leader in the natural products industry to formulate innovative, safe and sustainable products.
Today, Pacifica has become known as the most innovative, creative and natural beauty brand on the market with a full range of cosmetics, perfumes and skin care products.
Check out all the Pacifica cosmetics here.
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