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Hurraw! Black Cherry Lip Balm

It’s the secret weapon of natural beauties. A little tube of perfection, stashed in a tiny back pocket or at the bottom of a giant bag full of god knows what else. Vegan, of course. Organic, bien sur. Fair trade? Yes, indeed. And raw, to retain optimal skin-soothing benefits.

Smooth a little on your lips for hours of softness from wildcrafted, cold-pressed coconut, sweet almond and jojoba seed oils, blended with natural seed butters into a base of candelilla wax.

To be honest, Black Cherry is just one of six Hurraw! balms that we’re obsessed with. But this one has super powers.

Infused with the juice of sweet cherries hand-picked in Montana, the balm is perfectly tinted to give you just a hint of sheer red color on lips or—in a pinch—the apples of your cheeks.

It’s the kind of color you get when you walk out of hot yoga or a hot date. Flushed. Sexy. Naturally beautiful. And with Hurraw! Black Cherry, you can apply it anywhere—with or without a mirror.

Did we mention it tastes like cherries, too? Because with a lip balm this perfect, you’ll probably want to share.

What Are You Wearing?

Check out the beautiful—and totally sustainable—dresses (Vaute Couture and ecoSkin) that LOVE GOODLY founders Justine Lassoff and Katie Bogue Miller wore to our recent Los Angeles Business Journal photo shoot.

Katie’s wearing ecoSkin’s Carmen dress in Columbia—that’s green, in fashionspeak—which is made of woven Tencel, a fabric made from eucalyptus.

Justine’s dress is Vaute Couture’s The Graham Dress in Linen, made of a blend of organic linen and organic cotton in NYC. Find out more about Vaute Couture’s vegan fashion pop-up in LA here!

Both ladies are wearing nail polish courtesy of the sleek new Greige LVX Polish—the perfect blend of gray and brown for the fall transition—which is “big five” free of formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, DBP, toluene and camphor.

And they got just a hint of lip color from Hurraw! Black Cherry vegan lipgloss. Love!

What’s your favorite eco fashion label or sustainable beauty line? Please leave us a comment, thanks!