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One square inch of skin has 650 sweat glands, 65 hair follicles, 234 feet of nerves, 57 feet of capillaries, 19,000 sensory cells, 94 sebaceous (oil) glands, 1250 pain receptors, 13 cold and 78 heat receptors, plus Langerhans (immune) cells. 

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Your skin absorbs chemicals into your bloodstream and tissue.  It is not a barrier to them!

Natural Eye Shadow
Natural Eye Shadows

All natural makeup products are ideal for those with chemical sensitivities, sensitive or sun-damaged skin, and anyone who is health-conscious looking for non-toxic, all natural cosmetics.

Compare and shop for all natural eye shadows, or... find out how safe your makeup is with our product ingredient reviews.

Treat yourself right and avoid the toxins! Use natural eye shadow for long-lasting color that applies evenly and resists creasing!

Many commercial eye makeup can contain a variety of toxic and potentially harmful ingredients which may result in eye and skin irritations, allergic reactions and skin rashes ... Some ingredients are even known to cause cancer or other serious health conditions!

PRODUCT COMPARISON :: Natural Eye Shadows ::

Simply Karen Mineral Eye Shadow
This long-lasting, natural crushed mineral eye shadow offers elegant beauty. It's soft, subtle color blends easily for quick application. It can be applied dry for a more natural look, or applied wet you achieve a bolder eye or use as an eye liner. Available in 22 gorgeous shades with Matte, Pearl (little sparkle) and Shimmer (most sparkle) finishes to choose from.
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Use a Natural Organic Eye Shadow for Long-Lasting Color That Applies Evenly and Resists Creasing! 

Conventional eye shadows are used for the colors they provide. But artificial colors like carcinogenic coal tar dyes are frequent allergens and one dye, FD&C Yellow No. 5 may cause severe reactions in people allergic to aspirin. 

Talc (a carcinogen) is the main ingredient in powdered eye shadows. Conventional eye shadows may also contain mineral oil (a petrochemical derivative), dimethicone (a silicone oil used to make the powder stick to the eyelid), and binding ingredients like methacrylate (a strong irritant). 

Cream eye shadows are made with petrochemicals like paraffin and petrolatum, carcinogenic coal tar colors, and lanolin, an allergen which may contain pesticide residues. The glitter in cream eye shadows is created by adding pure aluminum which can cause violent allergic reactions in some people, as well as possibly entering the eye and causing injury to the cornea.

 How Safe Is Your Eye Shadow?
 Commercial Makeup Products - Toxic Ingredient Review

Quite often, manufacturers use the least expensive products available without concerning thoughts about potential health risks to consumers ... This means you and your family!

It doesn't matter who or where you purchase the products from. What's important is to become an informed consumer and know how to spot the lies and read the labels ... We're here to help!

Your skin absorbs up to 60% of the ingredients (including the synthetic and toxic chemicals) found in the personal care products, skin care and cosmetics you use on a daily basis. Absorbing natural and organic ingredients from plant oils and waxes, mineral pigments and essential oils is a smarter and healthier alternative!

Keep it simple and safe with all Natural Eye Shadow Products and look and feel fabulous! Choose Organic, All Natural Beauty Cosmetics Makeup Products because you ARE worth it!

Best Natural and Organic Eye Shadow Makeup; Blue, Brown, Green, Shimmer Creme Cosmetics Eye Shadow Color; Eyeshadow Product Reviews

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