A little while back I made the decision to simplify the ingredients used on my face and skin. Knowing that I have relatively temperamental and sensitive skin I thought it was time to be more mindful of what I plastered on to my face.
Most recently, I fell in love with Pure Anada. I love their chapsticks, their mineral foundation, and now I’ve fallen in love with their mascara. I purchased the Pure Anada Natural Mascara at my local health food store and oddly enough, it was roughly the same price (if not cheaper) than many big brand mascaras. I mean, the answer seemed pretty obvious to me!
Product Review: so, how’s the Pure Anada Natural Mascara?
Here’s a list of the ingredients that went into making the Pure Anada Natural Mascara (I chose black): aqua (water), oryza sativa wax (rice bran wax), olea europea fruit oil (olive oil), vegetable source cetyl alcohol (coconut), coernica cerifera (carnauba wax), euphorbia cerifera (candelilla wax), vegetable glycerin, stearic acid, acacia gum, black iron oxide (ci 77499), aminomethyl popandiol (ph adjuster), phenoxyethanol (preservative).
I visited their website and learned the Pure Anada Natural Mascara is paraben-free, gluten-free, and mercury-free. I don’t need to visit their website to see that the first ingredient is water, followed by rice bran wax, and olive oil. I mean, how many other mascaras can make a claim like that?
The best part is, the Pure Anada Natural Mascara also feels really really great on my eyes. It goes on smooth and creamy. I love the applicator brush. It seems to work really well for me, making it easy to apply and best of all, it adds definition without feeling very heavy on my eyelashes. Now, I only add a few coats so I end up with a very natural look but it is malleable enough that you can put multiple coats to add more volume or intensity without it getting all clumpy and weird looking.
For me, this is an honest no-brainer. For the same amount of money if not less, I can get makeup that is made with better ingredients that also happen to be natural. I want to thank the folks at Pure Anada for giving consumers like me a natural alternative. If I didn’t have these options and I needed to wear makeup, I’d have no choice but to resort to make synthetic based products. Pure Anada gives me the freedom to choose and my skin and my body are grateful!
I am one seriously happy camper.
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And in case you’re interested, here are some of my earlier reviews on other Pure Anada products:
Posted September 17, 2015: I love this chapstick! Pure Anada Cocoa Mint Lip Balm
Posted March 30, 2014: Time to Put my Face On: Pure Anada Natural Mineral Foundation
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