Natural Beauty: Vapour Organic Beauty Aura Multi-Use Blush

I’m developing quite the penchant for natural beauty. Maybe it’s the years of breakouts from unknown synthetic ingredients or the desire to understand everything on the label, but it’s something that this Product Girl is becoming much more aware of lately. Plus, there are so many natural beauty companies out there that make amazing makeup and skincare. Case in point; Vapour Organic Beauty.

I’ve been quite smitten with Vapour’s Aura Multi-Use Blush. They remind me of another beauty product in a stick that I love (NARS Multiples!) but are made with 70% certified organic ingredients and 30% mineral pigments and vitamins. Vapour also infuses these sticks with frankincense, which acts as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant tulsi and lotus flowers, which are known to be moisturizing and calming.

Aura Multi-Use Blush
My favorite way to use the Aura Multi-Use is the traditional way: as a blush! I blend a fluffy blush brush over the product and then dust onto the cheeks. They blend well with the warmth of your fingertips, so I just toss in my bag if I feel like a touch-up later in the day.
L-R: Crush, Spark, Torch
These have a lovely creamy finish, and blend into the skin with no problem! While I’m partial to the baby pink Crush, I’ve been reaching for Spark almost every day! It’s a lovely coral that also has a bit of a gold illumination.
Vapour Aura Multi-Use Blushes are $28, and available online at Let us know if you’ve ever tried anything from Vapour, and if so, what’d ya think?

9 thoughts on “Natural Beauty: Vapour Organic Beauty Aura Multi-Use Blush”

  1. Hello! I just found your blog, and I really like it. 🙂 I have not tried Vapour Beauty yet, but you have made me curious. I will be back to visit again soon!

    1. Hi Courtney! Callie has many obsessive-worthy products. We are both loving the line! Come visit us again…and your blog is so cute. I LOVE shoes:)

  2. Hello, I’ve actually tried their two foundation formulas in my quest to use the most natural foundation (it does cover your whole face after all and it’s the first layer that goes on after moisturizer etc, so it may have an impact on your skin). I like both a lot, I also like that they make colours light enough for us pale-faced girls. That pink blush looks lovely too, it’s a shame I live in Europe and it’s almost impossible to get over here. As to your skin problems, I recently read an article on Truth in Aging about the hormones in milk that may cause acne, I’m not sure whether that’s the cause of your problems, but it may be worth switching to organic milk. All the best, Eva.

    1. Thanks Eva! Where do you live? We always get envious of all of the great products you have over there that we don’t get in the states:)

  3. You’re welcome! I live in Amsterdam. I think hard to get items always seem more desirable. 😉 I’m terribly sad I can’t get Tarte over here either.

    1. Eva, you are so right! We want what we can’t (easily) have! But, Tarte is amazing:) Stock up if you ever take a trip here!

  4. Great post – I’ve been looking into organic beauty products for quite some time and this review was really helpful. I completely agree that organic is the best way to go, especially as you get older and don’t want any harsh or synthetic chemicals to speed up the aging process. I haven’t tried Vapour yet, but I’ve heard great things about Lavera’s organic makeup line in case you or your readers are interested.

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