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Couleur Caramel

Couleur Caramel - Natur'Fluid Foundation Sample 2ml


*Unfortunately we can only allow 1 sample of each colour per customer*

A light coverage, liquid foundation suitable for all skin types. Provides a radiant, natural glow to the skin. For anyone looking to even out the skin tone with a natural, sheer coverage.

How to use: Apply to moisturised skin, either with fingers or a brush. Massage and blend onto the skin and down the neck. Finish with a loose powder to keep in place and prevent shine.

Key Ingredients:

  • Organic Damask Rosewater - Rebalances the skin and softens the epidermis.
  • Organic Apricot Oil - Rich in vitamins A and E, helps to revitalise, nourish and moisturise the skin to provide a healthy glow.


  • 11 Light Beige - Fair skin with a neutral undertone.
  • 12 Natural Beige - Light skin with pink undertone.
  • 13 Apricot Beige - Medium skin with a warm undertone.
  • 14 Golden Beige - Medium skin with a neutral undertone.
  • 15 Tanned Beige - Dark skin with a neutral undertone.

*Contains 100% Vegan Ingredients*

INGREDIENTS: Aqua (Water) - Rosa Damascena Flower Water * - Glycerin - Glyceryl Stearate Citrate - Sesamum indicum (Sesame) seed oil* - Prunus armeniaca (Apricot) kernel oil* - Dicaprylyl ether -Polyglyceryl-6 distearate - Camelina sativa seed oil* - Coco-caprylate/caprate - Persea gratissima (Avocado) oil* -Theobroma cacao (Cocoa) seed butter* - Benzyl alcohol - Stearic acid - Palmitic acid - Tocopherol - Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) seed oil - Dehydroacetic acid - Xanthan Gum - Sodium citrate - Citric acid - Parfum (Fragrance) - D-Limonene - Geraniol - Linalool [+/– May Contain : CI 77 891 (Titanium dioxide) - CI 77491 (iron oxides) - CI 77492 (iron oxides) - CI 77499 (iron oxides) - Silica]
* Ingredient sourced from Organic Farming *
*99% of The Total Ingredients Are From Natural Origin *15% of The Total Ingredients Are From Organic Farming

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