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RMS Beauty now in the TIA shop

November 10, 2011 Reviewed by Marta 3 Comments

I’ve been trying to sweet-talk RMS Beauty into letting us make their makeup line  available in the TIA shop for a few months now. At first they politely declined because they were focusing on bricks and mortar shops. But they just came back – after some gentle campaigning from the TIA community (hey, “I want my TIA” could be a great slogan) – to me and I am delighted to start carrying RMS.

The RMS Un Cover Up Concealer has been my go-to for several months now and the RMS Living Luminizer is an excellent highlighter. I’ve also added in their bestseller, the RMS Beauty Raw Coconut Cream ($19) a natural versatile product that can be used as a make-up remover, facial cleanser and skin/body moisturizer!

For those that aren’t familiar with the RMS Beauty back story, read on. Rose-Marie Swift has daubed the faces of Gisele Budchen and Celine Dion. But one day she got sick and tests eventually revealed that her body held had toxic levels of things like aluminum and mercury.  A technician actually asked her if she worked in the cosmetics business. She realized that her war paint needed a rethink and RMS Beauty was born as a line of avowedly non-toxic make up.

Please check out RMS in the TIA store and don’t hesitate to let us know what you’d like us to get in from the rest of the range.

  • November 12, 2011

    by Ann

    LisetteShell: I also find juice beauty's Perfecting Foundation to be moisturizing while still light. The color, organic ivory is also very pale....I usually use the 2nd lightest shade in a foundation range and I have to darken this one a bit to get the correct shade...Read more about it in Marta's recent post on the 5 best foundations.

  • November 12, 2011

    by Marta

    Hi Lisette, I am tempted to send you in the direction of Vapour or RMS on account of dry skin. Some people have said they find RMS too shiny for them. But dry skins respond well to its creamy texture. Similar thing with Vapour. Youngblood's more traditional powders might be too dry for you.

  • November 10, 2011

    by AgelessJen

    Although I love using coconut cream as a makeup remover, I will caution everyone NOT to take it on sunny vacation! Speaking from very recent experience (Costa Rica), it will melt into it's oil form when hot...and possibly leak out of it's container. Just saying...!

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