You can never ever be too careful when looking for a product that you apply directly around the eyes. That is why we worked on a best formulation that can bring the age-old dusky charm to your eyes without the side effects or the pesky chemicals.
Made from some amazing ingredients like activated charcoal made from plants and herbs, camphor/camphora bark oil, Castor oil, coconut oil, sesame oil, gooseberry, cucumber & green tea extracts
A highly pigmented eyeliner formulated to gently define the eyes while leaving a velvety appearance. Soft and supple for easy blending and smudging, this pencil quickly sets to a waterproof, smudge proof, and transfer proof finish. The active ingredients provide a moisturizing effect. Apply on the waterline to achieve eye-popping effect.
This formula is enriched with some active ingredients like Amla, Cucumber & Green tea that not only helps to nourish your most sensitive part of the eye. These gentle eye liners are carefully formulated and ensures no irritation or allergy. Not just that we have ensured to keep the formula totally water free so that we can get rid of the pesky preservatives and other unnecessary fillers.
The Activated charcoal used is a 100% organic bamboo charcoal that not only lends rich blackness but also ensures that your eyes are protected.
Especially suited to the sensitive and thin skin of the eye contour and the inside of the eyelid, this Kohl Pencil gives depth and intensity to the eyes. Its particularly gentle formula is tolerated even by the most sensitive eyes. Its soft and smooth texture blends effortlessly like an eyeshadow and keeps the skin around the eyes hydrated.
HOW TO APPLY?
Apply the Kohl Pencil on the lower and upper lid, either on the inside or outside of the eyelid. Blend as an eye shadow with the Beveled Rubber Applicator, especially designed for the Kohl Pencil.
This pencil comes with a sharpener at additional cost.
Our toothbrush is biodegradable. The bristles are nylon but they can be recycled (check with your local waste collection). We find the the best way to dispose of the brush is to pull out the bristles, or cut off the head, and pop the handle in the composter.