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Sugar-based Natural Liquid Eyeliner

SKU: 00093en
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Description

This natural liquid eyeliner is made with a natural sugar-based biopolymer, not synthetic plastics such as PVP (polyvinyl pyrrolidone polymer) and acrylic copolymer. Colored with earth pigments and enriched with vitamin E. Suncoat liquid eyeliner is a superior alternative for your sensitive eyes and our environment!

 

  • Natural and vegan ingredients, readily biodegradable.
  • Stays on all day long, will not smear or smudge.
  • Alcohol-free, toxic chemical preservative-free,
  • Remove with soap and water.
  • The wand has a rubber tip instead of a hairbrush, much easier to apply. It offers precise control for fine lines.

Synthetic plastics, such as acrylic copolymer and PVP (polyvinyl pyrrolidone polymer), are found in many popular brand liquid eyeliners. They are used mainly as the binding agent/film former in liquid eyeliner to glue pigments and fillers together so the eyeliner stays on your eyes. These synthetic plastics are derived from petrochemicals; contain residual monomers (the starting materials for producing plastics, namely acrylic monomers, vinyl pyrrolidone monomer and vinyl acetate monomer) that are not only toxic, but also reactive.

Synthetic dyes, glycol, alcohol and chemical preservatives are also used in conventional liquid eyeliner formulations.

Size: 7 ml 

Suncoat Natural Liquid Eyeliner received the 2011 Best of Natural Beauty Award from Better Nutrition Magazine!

Winners of this award are selected by a panel at Better Nutrition, readers and health food store owners.

The award was presented at the Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, California in March 2011 and has been announced on the Better Nutrition April 2011 issue.

What's in Conventional Liquid Eyeliners?

Synthetic plastics, such as acrylic copolymer, PVP (polyvinyl pyrrolidone polymer) and polyvinyl acetate, are found in most conventional liquid eyeliners. They are used mainly as the binding agent/film former in liquid eyeliner to glue pigments and fillers together. These synthetic plastics are derived from petrochemicals; contain residual monomers (the starting materials for producing plastics, namely acrylic monomers, vinyl pyrrolidone monomer and vinyl acetate monomer) that are not only toxic, but also reactive.

Synthetic dyes, glycol, alcohol and chemical preservatives are also used in conventional liquid eyeliner formulations.