All products in the Eye Care Cosmetics makeup range have been developed to avoid all types of sensitive reaction. All components recognized as aggressive to the body have been avoided, only ingredients rigorously selected for their total innocuity and compatibility with bio-material used in contact lenses, have been selected.
The key is the bio-inertia of the formulations, an original concept from Contapharm Laboratories in France which aims to the respect the users of the product and the environment. This is achieved by: ultramicronisation of all the solid particles down to less than 15µm, use of non-ionic surface-active agents, exclusive use of natural pigments, maintenance of pH and isotonicity, no animal testing or ingredients of animal origin.
As well as using special techniques to make the Eye Care range suitable for sensitive skin, the range also excludes common allergens and irritants. The entire range is NICKEL-FREE*, SLS-FREE, CHROME-FREE, LATEX-FREE, LEAD-FREE, LANOLIN-FREE, TOLUENE-FREE, FORMOL-FREE, COLOPHANE-FREE, SALICYLATE-FREE, BENZOATE-FREE and FREE-FROM ANIMAL INGREDIENTS.Today, Eye Care Cosmetics is distributed in over 35 countries worldwide and is recognised by healthcare professionals (dermatologists, allergy-specialists, ophthalmologists) and women who want to be sure of their beauty, to be one of the leading reference brands in high tolerance/hypoallergenic cosmetics. These are cosmetics and skincare you can wear all day, every day.
Make-up removal of the eyes and make-up removal of the face. Carriers of lenses of contact.
Aqua (Water), Poloxamer 407, Centaurea Cyanus Water, Disodium Phosphate, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Sodium Phosphate, Bis-PEG 15-Methyl Ether Dimethicone, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide, Parfum (Fragrance), CI 42090 (Blue 1)
The lotion should be used in addition to the emulsion , to perfect the cleansing routine. Apply the emulsion to a cotton pad, place gently over closed eyes. Wait several seconds for makeup to dissolve, then slide the pad gently downwards. We recommend you use a different cotton pad for each eye.