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Living Nature Launches New Natural Pink Lipstick

Living Nature Launches New Natural Pink Lipstick
Precious By Lorraine Downes’

If you look pretty in pink and want to create a natural nude look to your lips, for a gorgeous natural smile and a soft, subtle effect to your make-up, then you’ll love the latest addition to the Living Nature Lipstick rangePrecious by Lorraine Downes (rrp NZ$40); because you are!  Instigated and guided by Lorraine Downes, Living Nature’s Global Brand Ambassador and New Zealand’s only ever winner of Miss Universe, Precious provides anyone who loves pink with a new shade of certified natural lipstick to help bring them closer to nature.  What’s more, for every purchase of Precious by Lorraine Downes, Living Nature is giving NZ$1 to help assist the vital work of Breast Cancer Network NZ.

A role model to many women in New Zealand and beyond, Lorraine Downes is a highly respected advocate of natural beauty, actively promoting healthy natural skin care solutions to reduce toxic overload.  She is also an active campaigner for women’s issues and supports various children’s and cancer charities.  Introducing Precious Lorraine says, “I believe all women are precious to their families.  As a mother, wife, sister, aunty, I do my utmost to educate women to remove the unnecessary toxic load on their bodies.  Lending my name and voice to this cause emphasises that all women should regard themselves as precious by taking great care with their choices.  For Living Nature, Mother Nature is the most precious and has the answers to all.  Women just need to be closer to nature to hear her answers.”

The collaboration between Living Nature and Lorraine Downes brings you the pleasures of wearing new Precious pink lipstick but it also provides invaluable support for such a worthwhile charity.  Breast Cancer Network NZ helps educate women about preventing breast cancer by promoting better understanding of the risk factors and also supports women with breast cancer in very real ways.   Living Nature is an inaugural supporter member of BCN and proud to be associated with an organisation that actively encourages women to reduce their toxic load.   

As with all Living Nature Lipsticks, Precious by Lorraine Downes is formulated with the highest quality, certified natural ingredients to bring luscious, healthy colour to your lips in the safest, most natural way.  Each moisture-rich lipstick includes a special combination of vegetable waxes, beeswax, Squalane and Vitamin E, for smooth application and a comfortable, natural feel that delivers reliable, long-lasting coverage.  With Living Nature you can also rest-assured your lipstick is entirely safe to use, only includes totally natural ingredients and, more importantly, that it’s lead-free.  In fact, Living Nature’s Lipsticks are also so pure and natural they’re even safe enough to eat, which is great news for regular lipstick wearers who are estimated to ingest 2.4 kilos of lipstick in a lifetime!   

Precious by Lorraine Downes joins nine other shades from nature and extends the Living Nature colour palette to provide you with the prettiest of pinks, just perfect for everyday use.   Lorraine Downes says, “In my travels I meet many amazing women, from all walks of life, telling me they always want that one shade they can use everyday that would go with everything and save the dramatic shades for special occasions.  This was my inspiration for Precious; the perfect natural pink tone that works for a day and evening look.”

Complement with Living Nature Laughter Lip Pencil and for added gloss, finish with Living Nature’s Manuka Honey-based Lip Balm.  As with all Living Nature skin care and cosmetics products, Living Nature’s Lipsticks contain only 100% natural preservatives, fragrance and ingredients and are certified natural by BDIH Germany.  Living Nature is also listed as a Safe Cosmetics Champion on the Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database.

Stockist Information: Precious by Lorraine Downes and Living Nature’s other Lipstick shades are all available nationwide from selected salons, pharmacies and health stores and online.  For further information, visit the company website

Founded in 1987, Living Nature was one of the world’s first companies to produce a skin care line without the use of synthetic preservatives or parabens and has grown from being a natural skin care pioneer to an internationally-respected leader and innovator in the field of natural beauty.   Using the native healing plants of New Zealand that are organic and wild crafted, Living Nature blends science and nature to produce high performance, naturally potent botanical products that are free from synthetic preservatives such as parabens, alcohol, phenoloxyethanol, sodium lauryl sulphate, artificial fragrances, phthalates and petroleum and mineral based oils along with other chemical nasties.  The company is also committed to adopting ecology-friendly practices, sourcing botanicals only from sustainable sources and using simple, recyclable packaging that uses inks and papers, which are free-from dioxin and chlorine. Living Nature’s uncompromising standards have gained international attention resulting in natural certification by BDIH Germany, the world’s strictest certification body, endorsement by Breast Cancer Network New Zealand and the company being named as a Safe Cosmetics Champion on Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database.


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