Kosas offers makeup with skincare benefits in mind. Founded in 2015, the Los Angeles-based brand focuses on color cosmetics made with beneficial skincare ingredients.
Kosas offers a variety of products including tinted face oil, lipstick, lip gloss, lip balm, eyeshadow and blush. Bestsellers include lip oil gloss, tinted face oil, weightless lipstick and brightening concealer. Pricing varies and ranges $18–42. Unsure of what products to pick? Save by purchasing as a set. Options include the 5 Minute Face set which comes with lip color, a blush and highlighter duo and eyeshadow, for $22 worth of savings.
Kosas doesn’t use parabens or other harsh chemicals. Products are gluten-free, egg-free and cruelty-free. For a full list of product ingredients and the benefits, check the website.
Products are also available at select retailers including Sephora and Neiman Marcus. Check the website for the location nearest you. Kosas currently ships only to the United States, Canada and Europe.
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