Faber-Castell launches its clean splendor offer

Following a primary collection of “smooth splendor” pencils unveiled at the MakeUp in Los Angeles show, Faber-Castell seized the opportunity of the Cosmopack Bologna display to exhibit Pure2 Beauty—the second opus of the variety.

Pure2 Beauty is another step in improving the “smooth splendor” presented at MakeUp in Los Angeles beneath the Pure Beauty seal. As the primary opus, the new variety of wooden and plastic pencils is guaranteed to be without debatable substances (D5 silicones, parabens, non-sustainable palm oil, mineral mica, fragrances, etc). It offers similarly vegan and natural (or greener) formulas, free from microplastics, silicons, and artificial waxes, and with PEFC-certified wood.

The wave of natural beauty is encouraging manufacturers to rethink their offerings. Our Pure Beauty and Pure2 Beauty seals offer a clean analyzing grid for our degrees of pencils,” explains Kathrin Hecht, Marketing and Communication Director at Faber-Castell Cosmetics.

The Pure and Pure2 Beauty collections encompass 12 exceptional coloration beauty pencils with extreme overall performance and vibrant pigments for eyes and lips makeup.

For example, the Pure2 Beauty Divin Red Wooden Jumbo Pencil for a lipstick method is based totally on natural waxes and oils and diet E to assist lips in staying soft and hydrated. The color-wealthy, creamy texture in thick, dense colors perfectly defines and fills in. The wooden Jumbo-sized pencil unites a liner’s precision with lipstick’s convenience. Faber-Castell Cosmetics uses PEFC-certified wood for the pencil frame. The system is vegan and is unfastened from D5, microplastics, parabens, silicones, perfume, artificial waxes, mineral mica, and unsustainable palm oil.

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