How to Choose

Look for the shade that disappears on your cheek and the shade that disappears on your forehead—

they’re not always the same. Having both on hand will keep you covered. Use a lighter shade to

neutralize darkness under the eye, and at the corners of the mouth.

How to use
Start around the nose to cover redness. Next, apply around the mouth, spot correct as needed, and blend down with fingers. To create a wash of coverage, blend pencil with your favorite moisturizer and apply as a foundation.
The Face Pencil is made from:
Shea Butter
Packed with antioxidants and polyphenols, this rich plant extract calms with Vitamins A and E, while skin-replenishing linoleic and stearic acids may help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Allantoin, a by-product of uric acid that naturally occurs in the body, boosts healing.
Castor Seed Oil
A natural humectant that restores the skin’s moisture barrier. Containing Vitamin E, essential fatty acids, this oil boosts collagen production to help reduce acne, hyperpigmentation, and fine lines.
We never use:
These antimicrobial agents, often used as preservatives, are potential hormone disruptors and allergy triggers.
PEGS (Polyethylene Glycol)
PEGS are thickening and softening compounds that often contain 1,4 Dioxane, a known carcinogen.
Cyclic Silicones
These synthetically created polymers give products a silky, luxurious texture, but may cause endocrine or reproductive disruption.
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