Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Organic Kajal and its Importance

                   As it is rightly said that, Eyes are the window to the soul, and every girl has the right to dress up her ‘window’.  In today’s world everything has changed, the type of beauty products used are changed. Women have been using Kajal as a natural eye care cosmetic for thousands of years. "Kajal" is the Indian word for the soot (carbon) traditionally obtained by burning to enhance its therapeutic and eye-protecting properties.  The commercially and industrially produced Kajal is used by many women which is causing harmful effects on the eyes. There are many impurities fond in Kajal like charcoal which is added for getting dark color, silver nitrate which gives Kajal glow and many more. Moreover if it is used more than 2%, it can also cause problems like irritation, redness and burning to the eyes. The Kajal containers are also not sterilized which causes diseases like conjunctivitis. 


                So, Do you eyes a favour, and make natural, chemical-free Kajal! Organic Kajal is made of ghee and natural minerals. Handmade carbon black collected from vegetable oils lamp combines with organic ghee, natural mineral colors or organic almond oil to make this kohl moreover give it a color that highlights the eyes and keep them cool. 

                 These Kajal do not contain absolutely any preservatives and the organic quality of the ingredients is regularly controlled by recognized laboratories. These Kajal gives a classical and glamour look to the eyes. To make your eyes more expressive there are many coloured organic  Kajal available like in dark black, shimmering sea blue with gold glitter, Royal blue, Bronze, ice blue Kajal, green Kajal and many more. So go organic in eye products too. By going organic/green means that you will use organic products that do not have chemical additives. Your products will use ingredients that your body will be able to absorb and not suffocate your body. For beautiful eyes just opt for organic Kajal’s.

1 comment:

  1. I have been looking to wholesales Organic Kajal. Any brand suggestions?