Luxury meets Clean Beauty with SAINT Cosmetics

Luxury meets Clean Beauty with SAINT Cosmetics

Kyla Morgan

Posted on September 24 2020

Sitting poolside on the rooftop at Lavelle in Toronto, we were treated to cocktails and cosmetics at SAINT Cosmetics first media event. 2020 has brought many surprises - not all good ones - but a pleasant one is SAINT's sleek rebrand. 



Every aspect of the line, from the packaging to the products, is designed with the brand's commitment to clean beauty, and the planet. Each piece is beautifully designed in gold and white and comes in an array of hues for diverse skin tones. The recyclable paper boxes are made from responsible sources labelled with all the product benefits, such as revitalizing dullness and treating fine lines, and North American-sourced natural ingredients like Rosehip Oil and Aloe Vera.

It's no wonder founder Joanna Montesano calls SAINT 'clean beauty that performs'. 

In addition to using local packagers and ingredients, Joanna's also collaborating with a local charity, Interval House, that supports abused women and children. Giving back is an important aspect of her professional life - SAINT donates 2 percent from every sale to Interval House, but also part of her personal life - Joanna's also involved in another women's charity in Albania, where she's from, and is looking for other charities to support. 



Her line of clean cosmetics is available now at


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