Non sticky + super hydrating handmade lipgloss!
Born in 1865, Susan La Flesche grew up on the Omaha reservation. During her childhood, she saw a white doctor refuse to treat an ailing American Indian woman. This spurred La Flesche to become a physician herself. In 1889, she was the first female Native American to earn a medical degree in the United States. After finishing her internship, La Flesche started work on the vast (30-by-45 mile) Omaha reservation. She took care of about 1,300 patients who suffered from ailments that included tuberculosis, diphtheria and influenza. A worn-down La Flesche had left this position by 1894, though she continued to see patients in private practice and served as a medical missionary. She also married and had two children.
Warm pumpkin brown
My inspiration behind this collection is women empowerment. There are 10 glosses in total. Each gloss is named after an important woman in history. Each woman and their story really touched my heart and I wanted everyone to know their names. I researched for weeks about these amazing women and how they changed the world for the better.
Vegan & cruelty free
10ML of product
Vitamin E oil, coconut oil, grapeseed oil,Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Ethylene/Propylene/Styrene Copolymer/Butylene,Castor Oil, Iron Oxide (77499) (77491) (77492)