The use of Kajal and Kohl goes back to the ancient times. In fact, it has been traditionally used in India for beautifying the eyes. In fact, it was also applied on babies to make their eyes beautiful and to ward off the evil eye. The application of kohl was also very popular in Egypt and in countries of the Middle East. The Pharoah also applied kohl and so did noblemen of Egypt.
In India, Kajal was always made at home during the olden days and still is. It is made with clarified butter (ghee) or oil and does not contain any chemicals. It has been popular, because it is said to be good for the eyes. However, many eye make-up cosmetics do contain harmful chemicals, like lead. Many countries have tried to make such cosmetics safer by issuing warnings and / or banning the use of chemicals. But one is never very sure. Herbal Kajal, on the other hand, is a natural alternative and a much better option. The Shahnaz Husain Herbal Kajal, Shaeyes, is made according to the Ayurvedic method. It does not contain lead. The black colour is derived from carbon.
Shaeyes has become popular has a special eye definer and make-up aid. It contains Trifala, the famed Ayurvedic combination of three herbs – amla, hartaki and bibhitaki. Trifala has been used since the ancient times for maintaining and improving vision. Shaeyes also contains almond oil, which protects the skin and promotes the growth of eyelashes. It is also one of the best known emollients for the delicate area around the eyes. The Herbal Kajal also contains camphor and castor oil. Shaeyes has a very soft texture and is easy to apply. In fact, it is ideal for the soft, smoky and exotic look. It is available in four shades of black, blue, green and brown.
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