Lavera Powerful Lashes
Give your lashes the wow-factor with Lavera Mascara Powerful Lashes. The multi-effect organic black mascara curls, lengthens, adds volume and definition to your eye lashes, all this in just one powerful mascara. The innovative mascara brush perfectly coats the individual lashes as well as giving them a slight curl. Powerful lashes mascara includes organic shea butter to care and look after your lashes.
- Easy to use brush
- No clumping of lashes
- Opens up your eyes
- Gives lashes a curl
- Smooth application
- Adds volume to lashes
How to use Lavera Mascara Powerful Lashes
Hold the brush horizontally and move the brush from side to side in a zig-zag motion from roots to tip of lashes. Repeat the process for the desired look.
Tip: For extra curl, use an eyelash curler before apply the powerful lashes organic mascara.
Water (aqua), alcohol*, dodecane, rhus verniciflua peel wax, cetearyl alcohol, pullulan, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, polyglyceryl-3 stearate, cellulose, hectorite, copernicia cerifera (carnauba) wax*, euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, sorbitol, dehydroxanthan gum, acacia senegal gum, trehalose, tocopherol, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, fragrance (parfum)**, limonene**, linalool**, citral**, geraniol**, citronellol**, benzyl benzoate**, [+/- iron oxide (ci 77491), iron oxide (ci 77499)]
* ingredients from certified organic agriculture
** natural essential oils
Lavera was started in 1987 in Rethen near Hanover. Certified natural cosmetics are produced in a closed value-added competence chain. Production is carried out preserving natural resources, with respect for human beings and nature. This is combined with the highest quality standards for natural ingredients, packaging, product landscapes and production processes, as well as a profound sense of responsibility – above all towards the customer.
From the beginning, since the company was founded in the year 1987, Lavera has had deep convictions against animal testing. In the years when lavera was founded, animal welfare in the manufacturing of cosmetic products was hardly established at all.