Make applying your lip whip even easier with the new Lip Brush from Kari Gran. Designed for the woman on the go, this rose gold tinted casing has a retractable design, so you never have to worry about losing a cap or damaging the brush head. The brush itself is made from silky-soft synthetic bristles that are easy to clean for continuous use. Customers can’t get enough of the new Lip Brush, saying “This brush applies the lip whip so evenly and I love the design of it. It's a keeper!”
About this brand
We’re obsessed with Kari Gran’s hydrating lip whips – they’re luscious and luxe and smell heavenly. It’s hard to try Kari Gran and not fall in love! Their hand-poured products use only the finest naturally derived, organic, wild-harvested, and non-GMO ingredients.
Kari Gran and Lisa Strain co-founded the company in 2010 after Lisa convinced Kari to move beyond the small batches of clean, eco-luxe products she was making in her own Seattle kitchen. Kari, a self-described “beauty junkie,” had been diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder and gotten interested in clean beauty when she realized that what she puts on her skin affects her health.
Fabulous clean products include the hydrating, heavenly lip whip
Premium organic and naturally-derived ingredients, safe formulas, and simple applications
Made without petrochemicals, parabens, phthalates, mineral oil, chemical additives, known toxins, preservatives or synthetic fragrance
No added water to ensure ingredients are in a potent and effective state
Beautiful, eco-luxe packaging
Commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainability includes recycling and using less packaging –and encouraging retail partners to do the same
Based in Seattle, Washington
From Kari Gran:
“At Kari Gran, we consider ourselves the anti-beauty beauty company. We believe that beauty is not measured by an age, a dollar sign, or a stereotype and that women are not figures to be fixed, but to be celebrated. When it comes to caring for yourself and your skin, we champion healthy prevention over critical correction.”