|Soultree Ayurvedic Kajal Pure Black (011)
Hand made carbon black collected from vegetable oil lamps combines with organic ghee (clarified butter) natural mineral colours and organic sweet almond oil to make this kohl safe and give it a colour that will highlight your eyes and keep them cool.
Directions for Use: Before applying the Kajal, wash your face and eyes properly to ensure it is clean and that there are no dirt particles on your face and around your eyes. Gently pull down the lower eyelid so that the inner lid line or waterline is exposed and start lining from the inner corner of the eye up to the outer end. For the upper eyelid, close the eye and line the upper lid smoothly, starting from the inner corner up to the outer corner of the eye. To remove the kajal, dab some of the SoulTree Cleanser on some cotton wool & gently wipe your eyes. Make sure it does not get inside the eye.
About Soultree Products
SoulTree is the result of a journey that began in 2002. A journey deep into the Himalayas where we discovered communities still living in communion with nature using its goodness and giving back to it in equal measure. This harmonious give and take had an honesty we never quite found in the cities. Natural products that truly benefited people —from those who cultivated and collected ingredients for the products to people who used the products—and the environment were scarce, and the few that promised this benefit didn’t always deliver the goods.
We hope to change this. Everything we do—from ensuring that no plant is ever plucked clean of flowers or fruits, to insisting that farmers are given fair prices for the ingredients we source from, to banishing harmful chemicals from our products—is built on respect for nature and for people. On this you have our word as well as certifications from regulatory authorities (BDIH Germany certifies all our products as Natural) earned over the years.
Ours is an affirmation to bring you nature’s goodness with honesty and responsibility. So, when you pick up a SoulTree product you buy into a promise that few offer today.