Ere Perez Volumising Waterproof Mascara


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The only natural waterproof mascara on the market! A one-of a kind product formulated with organic avocado and mamey oils, that nourish and fortify lashes. Say Adios to strong chemical smells and red eyes and make the switch to natural. Volumising, full black coverage and amazing 24-hour wear. Essential for the beach, yoga, the gym, exercise, social occasions and a busy lifestyle. This mascara will last from early morning to when your head hits the pillow. Best to remove before sleep with a gentle natural oil, such as almond or jojoba. For guaranteed waterproof confidence and a real wow effect!

How to Apply:

1 Easy to use with a bendable brush for expert application. Always apply as the last step in your makeup routine.

2 Simply dip wand into container, wipe excess mascara on the rim and apply in upward strokes to the underside of your lashes. Apply several layers to build colour on top lashes, and a single layer to bottom.

3 Apply to eyebrows to shape them in upwards motions, then straighten out the top line.

4 Remove mascara with sweet almond oil.

Carnauba (Copernicia Cerifera) Wax

This wax is extracted from the leaves of a Brazilian palm tree. Carnauba wax is one of the hardest natural waxes. It gives the skin protection against external influences and helps to make lipsticks less vulnerable to changes in temperature.

Soybean (Glyicine Soja) Seed Wax

Natural biodegradable wax used as a substitute for paraffin.

Mamey (Pouteria Sapota) Oil

Mamey Sapote is a species of tree that is native to southern Mexico. The oil extracted from its fruit seed has traditionally been used as a hair humectant.

Calcium Stearate

This ingredient is used as an emollient in cosmetics and is a product of the combination of mineral calcium and stearic acid which is derived from vegetable fatty acids.

Avocado (Persea Gratissima) Oil

A nourishing and emollient oil full of vitamins A, D and E. It is also rich in essential fatty acids. It supports the moisture balance of the skin and prevents it from drying out.

Tocopherol (Vitamin E)

Vitamin E and related tocopherols can be derived from many plant oils, especially wheat and soy. Natural vitamin E has antioxidant effects, which help to support the stability of other ingredients (oils, fats) in a cosmetic product.

Lemon (Citrus Medica Limonum) Oil

Lemon is considered an herbal panacea as it is antiseptic, cleansing, toning and strengthening to connective tissues. It is traditionally used to reduce the appearance of cellulite and firm the skin’s elasticity and the uplifting fragrance is the perfect pick me up.

CI 77499 / Iron Oxide Black

Derived from iron ore, iron oxides are the most important mineral pigments in natural decorative cosmetics. They occur in various different shades, from yellow to red-brown to black.

Palm Kernel Wax

A stable, heavy oil derived from the fruit of the palm oil tree, rich in saturated fat, essential fatty acids, vitamin E and carotenoids. This oil helps the consistency of a product.

Sweet Almond (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis) Oil

It is an excellent emollient, rich in unsaturated fats and essential fatty acids. It has a soothing effect and assists the skin’s barrier function.


This ingredient is derived from silica (a naturally occurring component of sand and quartz) and its used as an emollient conditioner.

Isopropyl Palmitate

A palm oil based emollient, moisturizer and thickening agent.

Palmitic Acid

A natural fatty acid found in palm, cottonseed, peanut, ricebran, sorghum, and other natural vegetable oils. Used as an emulsifier, surfactant and texturizer.

Orange (Citrus Aurantium Dulcis) Oil

Orange peel is cold pressed to obtain the essential oil. The oil has a naturally fruity fragrance. In aromatherapy orange essential oil is valued for its invigorating, relaxing and lightening abilities as well as its antibacterial action and its capacity to protect the skin, stimulate skin metabolism and stabilize connective tissue.

Bergamot (Citrus Bergamia) Oil

This citrus oil may be used for its antiseptic effects.

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