PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Mineral Blusher Review

As part of my quest to live a more sustainable life,  I’m trying to replace my regular beauty products with more natural versions. Some are easier than others… I’m still looking for a great shampoo and conditioner for example! But I’ve struck gold with my latest buy: PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Mineral Blusher.

Packaging of PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Mineral Blusher in Camellia

PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Mineral Blusher ECO CREDENTIALS

The blusher has impressive eco credentials:

  • 100% natural
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty Free
  • Halal Certified
  • Gluten Free
  • Paraben Free
  • No Nano Particles
  • No Talc or Fillers
  • No Mineral Oils
  • No GM Ingredients
  • Suitable for all skin types, even sensitive
  • Pallet made from eco-friendly materials, and is recyclable
  • PHB is a family business
  • 20% of their profit goes to charity

PHEW, that is quite a list isn’t it?

PHB ETHICAL BEAUTY PRESSED MINERAL BLUSHER FINISH

All of that would be pointless though, had they not made such an impressive product! This blusher is a gorgeous colour. It gives a slightly radiant sheen, without being at all sparkly. It has SPF15, but I’d always recommend having an SPF in your moisturiser and foundation too.Packaging of PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Mineral Blusher in CamelliaThis blusher has a really strong colour pay off – in fact the first time I used it I was kind of shocked as it was so bright!

Me wearing PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Blush brush loaded with Mineral Blusher in Camellia

The first time I used it, I put on far too much!

I was used to my old blusher, where you have to put on loads to get any colour at all – so was a bit gung ho about applying it. If you get into this situation, just rub some cotton wool over your cheeks to remove the excess, and add some loose powder.

Blush brush loaded with PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Blush brush loaded with Mineral Blusher in Camellia

You can see the high impact colour pay off when you see it on this dark blusher brush.

Now I know how strong the colour is, I go carefully. As with all make-up, you can always add more, but it’s tricky to take it away. You need to buff it into the skin with your blusher brush. As you can see from the photo above, it does make a bit of ‘dust’ as you dip your brush in, so do take care if you have a white carpet!

I’ve got the hang of it now, and wear it every day.I like a nice subtle flush, like I have here, but you can easily get a really strong colour as there is such a high concentration of pigment in the blusher.

PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Mineral Blusher

PHB ETHICAL BEAUTY PRESSED MINERAL BLUSHER DETAILS

PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Mineral Blusher comes in eight shades. I love it, and am looking forward to trying some more products in this range. I initially ordered Peach, but when it arrived it looked too dark and warm for my skin tone, so I sent it back and swapped it for a more pinky colour. Buying make-up online always carries that risk, but as I hadn’t used it, it was easy to exchange. The Camellia shade is really flattering and I think it would suite fair skin like mine, but as there are seven other shades, ranging from pale to dark, cool to warm, so I think most skin tones would find a good match.

It costs £14.95 which is line with other premium beauty brands, but I think it is good value as you have to use so little it will last for years. Added to that all the eco credentials listed above, I think it’s definitely worth it. I ordered it through Love Lula, which is one of my favourite online beauty stores, and gives you points when you make a purchase, which are then converted into money off your next purchase.

Have you discovered any great natural brands? I’d love recommendations please!

*If you buy a blusher through my affiliate  link, I will receive a tiny commission as a thank you, without you paying any extra.

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10 thoughts on “PHB Ethical Beauty Pressed Mineral Blusher Review

  1. Kat Squire says:

    Hi Becky

    With reference to the comment you made about shampoo and conditioner; John Masters is very good though expensive, Ogario London is also brilliant. Both are available from Lovelula. Personally I use Paul Mitchell. I hope this helps.

  2. Louise Pink Pear Bear says:

    Ooh that looks so pretty! I love how ethical it is too, those really are amazing credentials for a product! It’s great when something is high pigment as it lasts so much longer. Thanks for joining us at the #bigpinklink

  3. Sarah HP says:

    I always find blusher quite tricky as I have really pale skin and it is really easy to overdo it! That is a really lovely photo of you – I think your make up looks very natural and not overdone at all.

    • Becky Pink says:

      Thanks so much Sarah, I know what you mean about the fear of too much blusher, it can be tricky to get right! This one is such a natural colour though that it is perfect for me – I have very pale skin too, getting foundation is a nightmare! xx

  4. Rachel Allen says:

    Hi Becky your skin looks lovely and I’m going to try this as i need a new blusher. Would you recommend I purchase the same shade? X

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