Black Demeter Khol Kajal
The 100% natural Kohl Kajals come from an ancient Ayurvedic tradition, mixing in one smooth gesture, care and make-up for the eyes (colour only for the coloured, coloured cold or black Kajals. For transparent Kohl Kajals please check our selection here).
The Kohl Kajals will help protect your eyes against pollution, air conditioning, screens and other daily irritations modern life inflicts on the eyes.
The Kajals, through their natural ingredients, will bind together dust, pollen and other particles, allowing them to be washed out by the lachrymal system afterwards.
The pure carbon will help to flush out impurities, while Eyebright will relieve eye strain and inflammation.
The Black Kohl Kajals exist in two versions:
- "Cold" (n°100C) containing Camphor,
- "Sensitive" (n°101) containing no Camphor at all.
For the "Cold" version, additional purified natural Camphor and extracts of Peppermint will relieve even more your tired or irritated eyes by making them feel even more"refreshed" and rested. Especially recommended for dry eyes.
It can be used on all eyes, even with contact lenses as there is no colour pigment in those black Demeter versions, only carbon to colour them.
Some may prefer the "Sensitive" version without camphor. You should of course assess your own sensibility and need.
All ingredients, plant-base oils, beeswax, purified natural camphor, carbon and "ghee" (clarified butter from a traditional ayurvedic technique), are chosen to benefit your eyes, from a "fresh" sensation to anti-inflammatory properties, leaving your eyes bright and clear, as well as relaxed and comfortable.
The Kohl Kajal are handmade in Germany and melted into their cone shape (not pressed), thanks to the "ghee", softer than wax usually used. This softness benefits your eyes also when applied!
Lakshmi is also very mindful of using the best quality, being biodynamic Demeter certified for the "ghee" used in their Kohl Kajals as well as EcoCert, which is the strictest certification seal in the European Cosmetics branch.
Made in Germany
100% of ingredients are from natural origin.
70 to 80% of ingredients are organic certified
For the Black Cold n°100C Kajal:
Ingredients: Peppermint Extract(**), Aloe Vera Extract(**), Eyebright Extract(*), Butter/Ghee(**), Lanolin, Beeswax(**), Coconut Oil(*), Castorbean Oil(*), Carnauba wax(*), Camphor, Sweet Almond Oil(*), Carbon(**)
INCI: Mentha Piperita Extract(**), Aloe Barbadensis Extract(**), Euphrasia Officinalis Extract(*), Butyrum(**), Lanolin, Cera Flava(**), Cocos Nucifera Oil(*), Ricinus Communis Oil(*), Cera Carnauba(*), Camphor, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis oil(*), CI 77266 (**).
For the Black Sensitive n°101 Kajal:
Ingredients: Aloe Vera Extract(**), Eyebright Extract(*), Butter/Ghee(**), Lanolin, Beeswax(**), Coconut Oil(*), Castorbean Oil(*), Carnauba wax(*), Sweet Almond oil(*), Carbon(**)
INCI: Aloe Barbadensis Extract(**), Euphrasia Officinalis Extract(*), Butyrum(**), Lanolin, Cera Flava(**), Cocos Nucifera Oil(*), Ricinus Communis Oil(*), Cera Carnauba(*), Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil(*), CI 77266 (**).
(*) organic origin
(**) Demeter certified and from organic origin
Bees at work, Gluten free.
The Kohl Kajals, with their smooth cone shape are gentle to apply, and can be used in many ways.
You can apply them on the inner rim of the eyes, on your waterline, top and/or bottom. Like this, the Kajal positively influences the production of lachrymal fluid, bringing a shine to the whites of the eyes (Don't worry, it will not make you cry!).
The Black Cold and Black Sensitive, being without pigment of colours, only carbon for the black finish, can be applied with all type of contact lenses, even on the inner rim of your lovely eyes.
You can also apply them as a more classical eye-liner, at the roots of your lashes. Your lashes will benefit from the chosen oils of the Kajal.
Last, but not least, the Kajal can be applied on the whole eyelid as an eye-shadow if wanted, for an additional comfort and colour touch.
Gently rotating the Kajal during application will ensure that the cone shape remains, without any need to sharpen it. This makes it very long-lasting, and economical (I got you there, as always).
When you arrive (at last!) at the end of your Kajal, an applicator or brush can be used for the broader base of the Kajal, to get the maximum of your product, until the very last carbon drop.