From ultra-fine to pronounced, with this liquid eye liner every look is possible – even for the inexperienced. The fine point and long handle enable flawless contours to be drawn. It is recommended for all skin types.
Water, alcohol, glycerin, pullulan, disodium coco-glucoside citrate, sodium dehydroacetate, hectorite, xantham gum, citric acid, sodium hydroxide, CI 77499 (iron oxides), CI 77510 (ferric ferrocyanide).
Additional Information and Use
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Water: ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND’s own deep spring water comes from 166 meters below ground. It is characterized by its high level of purity and impeccable microbiological quality.
Alcohol: Pure (undenatured) potable alcohol, derived from the fermentation of plants containing starch or sugar, is used as a solvent for extracts and active substances. It also has refreshing, vascular toning and preserving effects.
Glycerin: Glycerin, derived from vegetable oil, has a moisturizing effect.
Pullulan: This polysaccharide, obtained from sugar and starch, forms a moisture-retaining film and has strengthening and volumizing effects in eyelash products.
Disodium coco-glucoside citrate: This cleansing substance is a very mild and highly biologically degradable surfactant used to cleanse skin and hair.
Sodium dehydroacetate: Dehydroacetic acid is a nature-identical preservative.
Hectorite: This mixture of natural clay minerals, created by the weathering of volcanic ash, thickens and stabilizes emulsions.
Xantham gum: Xanthan gum is obtained through fermentation from a plant substrate and is used as a natural gelling agent.
Citric acid: Citric acid is obtained from plant substrate through fermentation. It is used to regulate pH levels. It is also an AHA (alpha hydroxy acid).
Sodium hydroxide: Sodium hydroxide is a water-binding excipient.
CI 77499 (iron oxides): This cosmetic colorant is used to color skin care products and decorative cosmetics.
CI 77510 (ferric ferrocyanide): This cosmetic colorant is used to color skin care products and decorative cosmetics.
*The declaration on the packaging prevails.
Listing the ingredients in accordance with INCI (the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) allows a uniform, language-independent declaration of ingredients throughout Europe.