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Game changer. This highlighter is more dew than strobe, giving cheeks and glow zones the most gorgeous, wet sheen. You can feel the plumping moisture (it feels SO amazing) and you’ll love the long-lasting glossy finish.
Allure’s Best of Beauty Award Winner
ELLE’s Best of Green Beauty Award Winner
You’ve never experienced dew like this. Bouncy, cushiony Dew Balm plumps and softens skin with feel-good moisturizers and dewy illuminators (love you, Hyaluronic Acid and Marshmallow Root).
Jojoba Esters. Glycerin. Hydrogenated Olive Oil. Capryloyl Glycerin/Sebacic Acid Copolymer. Tribehenin. Glyceryl Stearate. Beeswax. Mica. Sambucus Nigra Fruit Extract. Titanium Dioxide. Iron Oxide. Althaea Officinalis Root Extract (marshmallow root). Silica. Hydrogenated Sunflower Seed Oil Polyglyceryl-3 Esters. Hydrogenated Sunflower Seed Oil Glyceryl Esters. Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate. Iron Oxides (CI 77491). Iron Oxides (CI 77499). Tin Oxide.
- Best in class
- Glossy, wet spot highlighter
- Dewy illumination vs. pearly strobe
- Skin feels plumped, soft, hydrated
- How to use
- Warm a little dab between your fingertips or on the back of your hand.
- Then just tap into skin. Cheekbones are the sweet spot here, as well as Cupid’s bow, brow bone and lids.
- Works great on bare skin or over dewy- or natural-finish foundation (but not matte-finish versions).
- Doing better
We are proud to say this tube is made out of 100% post consumer plastic.
Get to know the benefits of Dew Balm
- Marshmallow Root Extract
Marshmallow (the fruit, not the candy) helps calm inflammation or redness in the skin and encourages moisture retention.
- Nourishing fatty acids
Dew Balms are full of a variety of fatty acids: jojoba esters, olive oil, and sunflower seed oil. These make the formula feel smooth and rich, while hydrating and plumping the skin from within.
- Elderberry Extract
Plant antioxidant that protects against pollution and free radicals
What to watch out for in your highlighter
- High levels of hydrogenated polyisobutene
This ingredient makes formulas smooth, shiny, and cushiony, but can be inflammatory and comedogenic.
This is literally plastic, and we don't want that on our skin! It's the main ingredient in any PEGs, so avoid those, too.
- Non-naturally derived butylene glycol
Butylene glycol can work as a humectant to draw moisture into the skin, as an aid for helping other ingredients work more effectively, or to make the formula have a smooth creaminess. But the petroleum-derived butylene glycol can be an irritant, so be cautious.
Plays nicely with
- Cruelty free
- Endocrine Disrupters
- Environmental stressors
- Fragrance free
- Paraben free
- Reproductive stressers
- Safe synthetics