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Fruit Pigments

100% Pure color cosmetics are a true beauty breakthrough. While other color cosmetics are colored with either synthetic dyes or minerals, only 100% Pure color cosmetics are colored from pure fruit and vegetable pigments.

What are Fruit Pigments?
Fruit pigments are what makes strawberries red, blueberry skin blue and concord grape skin purple – they’re the actual fruit colors. 100% Pure uses the pigments of cherries, plums, grapes, raspberries, blueberries, peaches, apricots, tomatoes, and more to color our cosmetics. The antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables are contained in the actual pigments, so when you use our fruit pigmented cosmetics, you’ll be applying all the healthy antioxidants and vitamins directly onto your skin.

No Synthetic Dyes or Minerals
“As much as 60% of topical skin-care products are absorbed through the skin and into the bloodstream,” says Dr. Nancy Lonsdorf, M.D. an Iowa-based physician (via Women’s Health Magazine). 100% Pure does not use any artificial dyes or minerals to color our cosmetics as some of these ingredients have been known to cause a range of reactions including skin irritation, disorders, tumors, and cancer.

100% Pure Fruit Pigmented Cosmetics are Health Food for the Skin
100% Pure fruit pigmented color cosmetics are packed with antioxidants and vitamins and as with all 100% Pure products, never made with any synthetic chemicals, artificial fragrances, chemical preservatives, or any other toxins. 100% Pure cosmetics are truly health food for the skin!

We carefully hand-select products based on strict purity standards, and only recommend products we feel meet this criteria. 100% PURE™ may earn a small commission for products purchased through affiliate links.

The information in this article is for educational use, and not intended to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should not be used as such.

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