Does your skin have a pink or more neutral tone? That will help you choose either the regular or the golden line. The regular line, which has pink undertones tends to looks younger and more cheery, but it has to go with your skin tone. The golden line has more neutral undertones, and tends to look more sophisticated.
All of our shades are customizable. They come with extra lightening and darkening powders, so you can mix in what you need to correct your shade, if necessary. See simple instructions below. They are also included with your package.
Unscrew the silver lid and pull the tab back to remove the transparent plastic cover over the openings. Turn the center ridge of the sifter to open.
Shake a little of the powder into the lid. Dab your powder brush into it. Then turn the brush upside down and tap the handle on the counter to make the excess on the tips go into the brush.
You can also apply the powder using a wet brush. The coverage will be higher and the finish will be flawless.
To get the powder back into the bottom of the container, make sure that the perforated side of the sifter (with the small round openings) is open, and not covered by the clear half of the sifter top. Replace the cover and gently shake the container side to side, keeping the container level (top side up). The powder should gradually sift into the bottom of the container. Store the jar right side up.
If you would like a more open sifter that makes it easier to get the powder back into the container, we’ll send you one at no charge, we just ask that you pay the shipping of $2.75. Or ask for one to be included free with your next order.
Yes! Non-nano and uncoated. We use only the safest, finest quality ingredients in all of our products.
Yes. And a significant amount of Titanium Dioxide as well. The Titanium Dioxide we use is rutile only.
Noor (like moor) eese’ (as in east, but without the “t”)
(with emphasis on the second syllable)
Nourisse is a form of the French verb to nourish.
Our mission at Nourisse Naturals is to avoid all suspect substances. We go as far as to say that if an ingredient hasn’t been accepted as an edible substance, we avoid using it.
WHAT ARE PARABENS?
Parabens are common preservatives to prevent bacterial growth and extend the shelf life of the product. Some studies have linked parabens to breast cancer due to their estrogenic effects and that parabens have been found in breast tumors. Even without positive proof they cause cancer, we choose to avoid them.
Parabens have many variations and names: methylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben, or benzylparaben are the most common, but they can also be identified as Alkyl parahydroxy benzoate’s, 4-
While some product are preserved with ethylhexylglycerin (which is plant-derived) or phenoxyethanol, a naturally derived ether alcohol, we prefer to use a food preservative: potassium sorbate, which will preserve the product for a year or two. We don’t feel that it’s necessary – or desirable – to preserve it beyond that, since after that time the oils have oxidized and you shouldn’t use the product regardless of the amount of bacteria in it.
Yes, we offer both next day and second day delivery to most places within the U.S. Please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 978.626.1107. We will email you a bill through Paypal for shipping and send that day, as long as we can accomplish this all by 3 p.m. You can pay this shipping bill with a credit card or Paypal account.