Swap it Out Sunday- Goodbye M.A.C Lipsticks

Every glam girl has loved M.A.C. cosmetics at one point or another, however, I am happy to say that I have tossed out all of my M.A.C. items after learning about how unsafe they really are.

Every Sunday I do “Swap it out Sunday” where I let you know the toxic reality of some of my favorite old products, encouraging you to dump them for safer options that perform just as well! Today’s Swap it Out is for M.A.C. lipsticks.

Many M.A.C. lipsticks score the worst possible on the Think Dirty app because they contain class 3 carcinogens like Red 33 Lake. This is what gives their lipsticks their vibrant colors, but in return, it can be damaging to our health, especially when used on lips that lead to accidental consumption and absorption.

Why sacrifice your health when there are awesome lipstick colors out there that are much safer, and that still perform just as well? One of my favorite lines to use for fun, safe colors is Nudus. Nudus lipsticks are certified organic from Australia with a wide variety of colors to choose from, made mostly from flowers, fruits, and vegetables!

So, do what do you think? Will you keep using your M.A.C items, putting yourself at risk for cancer? Or, will you try out a safer option? Be sure to share to share this with all of your M.A.C. loving friends!

You can shop all Nudus lipsticks and many other safer, non-toxic lipsticks from Beau Tea Bar here.

nudus lipstick

2 thoughts on “Swap it Out Sunday- Goodbye M.A.C Lipsticks

  1. I know this is a super old post, but I am obsessed with your website. I love looking at beauty bloggers sites, but it makes it hard for me because no one uses all natural products! Thank you for staying true to this and thank you for this post! Good lipstick is a lifesaver. Cheers! Xo Jenn

    1. Hello Jenn,

      I agree with you. There are a lot of beauty bloggers who promote large cosmetic companies such as MAC etc. Thankfully The Organic Bunny promotes brands like Nudus which I love.

      I also support brand owners that do not use toxic ingredients in their cosmetic formulations.

      Feel free to check out which brands I feature on http://ecobeautyreviews.com

      Happy New Year!

      Take care,
      Erin xo

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