In May 2017, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the new mascara, which is made with a synthetic blend of pigments.
It comes in three shades: blue, red and pink.
The formula includes five pigments that mimic the natural pigments in the under eyes and eyelids.
They are: titanium dioxide (red), titanium dioxide, silicon dioxide (pink), titanium oxide (red) and titanium oxide(pink).
The formula also contains an anti-aging peptide called CERB-A that can be used to repair damaged skin.
The new mascara is available in three colors.
The product is a natural, cruelty-free alternative to the current trend of using chemical mascaras that contain ingredients like parabens, fragrances and synthetic fragrancing agents.
The formula is supposed to have a “soft, silky texture,” which is similar to a natural eyeliner and is “perfect for the look of a light-to-medium complexion.”
According to a press release, the product is “the perfect mascara for those who want a natural look without all the glitter and heavy-lids” and “for those who are looking for a long-lasting, natural look.”