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A 100% natural kajal, BDIH certified and made in the purest Ayurvedic tradition. The Bleu Varkala shade will intensify your look on a daily basis, but also take care of your eyes thanks to the natural ingredients that compose it (natural camphor, ghee, vegetable oils, etc.). To try it is to adopt it for sure!
Soultree Ayurvedic Kajals know how to distinguish themselves from other Kajals. These cone-shaped eye pencils are made according to an Indian tradition that is over 3,000 years old. They are made from natural ingredients. The fresh extracts of organic plants are made in the authentic Ayurvedic tradition, in the Soultree laboratory. They can be used both as a make-up product and as an eye care product. Moreover, these kajals are very economical as they will last you for many months without any problem.
1 - An incredibly soft and fine texture, thanks to its ghee formula (clarified beer from the sour tradition, obtained by slow cooking).
2 - A refreshing and clarifying effect, thanks to the presence of natural camphor and other Ayurvedic plants that protect the eyes from urban pollution (dust, gas, dry air).
It thus reduces the discomfort of the eye linked to dust, pollution and dry air, fights against the feeling of dry eyes that you can feel when you spend a lot of time behind a screen, in an air-conditioned place...
It is an entirely natural product, composed of vegetable oils, beeswax, ghee and natural camphor.
Why the natural camphor ?
Camphor is actually used for its cooling and whitening effect on the eye. A beneficial effect that soothes sensitive eyes after a day behind a screen or a long drive.
These kajals respect the Ayurvedic tradition and are recommended for use on the edge and inside the eyelid, even with contact lenses. Contact lens wearers particularly appreciate them for their soothing and anti-irritation effect.
Combined with organic castor and sweet almond vegetable oils, Blue Varkala kajal will enhance your eyes. Blue Varkala is one of the most popular shades with customers. A safe bet!
This incredibly silky kajal is ideal for intense and long-lasting make-up. The Varkala Blue shade goes wonderfully with brown eyes but also very well with blue eyes. In this case, use it in a fine line on the lower lash line.
+ A 100% natural composition
+ De-inflames the eyes
+ Pacifies dry eye
+ Allows you to better withstand the wind and the sun
+ Regulates mucus secretions
+ Stimulates the lacrimal glands (which greatly facilitates lens wear)
+ Very good against eye diseases since it cleans and disinfects
+ Anti-skeptic and anti-inflammatory.
+ Refreshes the eyes and intensifies the look in the sense that it supports the whiteness of the eye. Indeed it has excellent astringent properties to reduce the capillaries of the eye and therefore to leave our white eyes immaculate.
+ The black outline effect of the make-up helps to intensify the look and bring out the pupil.
+ Hydrates and strengthens lashes
Kajal is traditionally applied to the eye contour. However, you can also put it inside to intensify the look. Its conical shape allows you a multitude of applications :
- a clean line flush with the eyelashes
- inside the eye
- blended on the eyelid as an eye shadow for a "smokey" effect.
Soultree follows a 3000 year old process to make carbon black, the star ingredient in Kajal Noir Assam. Carbon black is obtained by the incomplete combustion of organic mustard oil, which deposits very fine powdered carbon on terracotta lamps which it blackens. The lamp black is then carefully collected for 2 days and then mixed with organic ghee and kneaded slowly by hand to obtain a smooth paste.
The camphor : The camphor tree or camphor tree is a tree 50 meters high and 12 meters in circumference that grows in Japan and China, it can live for more than a thousand years. From this tree camphor is extracted by distillation of its wood. Camphor has the property of disinfecting the eye and preventing irritation. By its astringent effect, the capillary vessels disappear and the eye thus appears whiter. The stimulation of the lacrimal glands makes the eyes radiate and make them look brighter.
The Ghee : Ghee is a clarified butter from India obtained by long cooking. Ghee is used in the religious field and for Ayurvedic medicine. According to this medicine, ghee is the best lipid for the body, especially for the liver and the eyes. Ghee is tonic, regenerating, nutritious, it improves sight and voice. The ghee applied on the edge of the eyelid allows to evacuate the impurities of the eye.
lsoamyl laurate, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil*, Sorbitan olivate, Euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) cera, Copemicia cerifera (camuba) cera, Butyrum (clarified butter), Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Garcinia lndica (Kokum) Seed Butter, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) Oil*, Mel (honey)*, Tocopherol, Cinnamomum camphora (camphor) powder. Peut contenir: Cl 77288, Cl 77861, Cl 77491, Cl 77492, Cl 77499, Cl 77742, Cl 77019, Cl 77891, Cl 77007, Cl 77268:1
Coconut oil, cranberry oil,* Emulsifier based on olive oil, Cire de candelilla, Cire de carnauba, Beurre clarifié (ghee), Beurre de cacao, Beurre plant de Kokum indian, Oil of sweet almond,* Wild honey,* Vitamin E, Natural Camphre, Mineral pigments.
* from organic culture or wild plant harvest.
Kajal is a very old traditional Indian treatment that serves as a make-up base (it is mainly known for this use in the West), but which also serves to protect the eyes. In India, this treatment is applied to children from an early age to treat their eyes and prevent diseases.
The Pharaohs, Berbers and Arabs used the Kajal long before us for thousands of years to protect their eyes in the desert against the wind and the strong reflections of the sun. They had understood the beneficial interest brought to them by this eye care.
- Products made in India according to the Ayurvedic tradition
- Products certified by the BDIH
- Formulated without preservatives, without synthetic dyes or heavy metals, and without animal fat
- GMP certified manufacturing process (Good Manufacturing Practices)
BDIH controlled natural lacquer.
Assam Black 011, Assam Cold Black 021, Lodhra Bark 007, Himalayan Granite 004, Cashmere Plum 008, Kerala Bronze 009, Varkala Blue 006 And Colorless 101
Can kajals be applied to the lower mucosa of the eye ?
The application of the kajal can be done on the lower mucous membrane of the eye. However, one should avoid using any form of cosmetics inside the eye, especially if one wears contact lenses.
Is the Kajal Soultree compatible with contact lenses ?
Some beauty experts suggest that the contact lens be applied before makeup, so that it does not get in the way when applying the kajal. Likewise, the lens should be removed first before removing eye makeup. The color of the SoulTree kajal is obtained through a traditional Ayurvedic recipe that uses a 3000 year old process. Its 100% natural composition not only beautifies but also protects the eyes.
If the eye is too sensitive or if the eyes are irritated by wearing contact lenses, it is better to apply the kajal on the lower lash line rather than on the lower mucous membrane.
How can we maintain kajals in cone form ?
If applied correctly, the tapered shape of the kajal can be easily maintained. After a few applications, the kajal should be turned a little so that all sides of the kajal are used evenly. To refine the tip of a kajal that has become too wide, it must be used at an angle. You can also refine the tip gently with the help of a pencil sharpener.
How can we keep them during the summer ?
These kajals are made to suit average temperatures of 35°C. These can be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and should ideally be consumed within 24 months of the date of manufacture.
Which kajals for my complexion and the color of my eyes ?
For women with brown eyes, the ideal colors of kajals are black, brown, gray, blue, green or purple. By combining these shades with golden, green or bluish eye shadows, it will bring out the eyes.
For women with light eyes, the ideal colors of kajal are brown, gray or plum, to be combined with gray or bronze eye shadows.
What is the difference between a kohl and a kajal ?
Kohl is of Arab origin, Egyptian women used kohl to darken their eyes. Originally, kohl was composed of lead, sulfur and animal fat. Today, brands are trying to eliminate the toxic effects by removing lead from formulas, but it is sometimes replaced by lead sulphate, which is still just as toxic.
The Kajal is of Indian origin. Formulated with carbon black, its lead is softer and oilier to intensely make up the eyes, it is recognizable by its characteristic conical shape.
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