New Release: Raww Pencil Power Collection

One of my favourite budget-friendly brands on the market continues to hit it out of the park with their latest offerings, and I am definitely not disappointed! Raww, with their tagline,'Superfood Infused Beauty', has rolled out some very stunning new goodies that you're going to want to check out!

With their latest release, they have added:

Certified Organic Babassu Oil Eye Pencil New Shades
  • Coffee Bronze (metallic finish)
  • Berry Blue
  • Nutty Beige
  • Kate Green (metallic finish)

Certified Organic Camouflage Concealer Pencil
  • Cinnamon 
  • Ginger 
  • Almond

Certified Organic Coconut Kiss Lip Pencil 
  • Plum-pop
  • What-a-melon
  • Coco-nutty
  • Chicky-pea

These all retail for $19.99 each, and they are chock full of things that are good for you, such as avocado oil, sweet almond oil and babassu oil. What on earth is babassu oil, and why is it's inclusion so welcomed? It's obtained from babassu palm seeds, which grow in Brazil.

It has vitamin E, as well as antibacterial and antifungal properties - sounds pretty sweet, doesn't it? Other additions to the list of ingredients include coconut oil and acai berry. Together, these all moisturise, condition and fight free radicals.

The eye pencils have the inclusion of a built-in smudger, so you can create the look you're after with it, starting with a thin line, through to a smokier look. I haven't had a chance to use the concealers yet, but I do love that the concealer has no plastic bits to it, which just about every other concealer I've ever used had. The lip pencils, however, are where it's at for me! Chicky-pea is my favourite colour, and it's a gorgeous nudey-brown. It wears well, and is surprisingly pigmented.

If you're still on the fence about trying out Raww, then may this will tip the scales for you! Raww is cruelty free, Australian made and owned, and created with mostly natural and certified organic ingredients. Some of their products are even vegan! To find out more about the brand, and to make some purchases, head over here.

What have you tried from Raww? Do you go for organic products solely, or are you keen to try everything?

*These products were provided for editorial consideration