Kari Gran Mineral Setting Powder (2017 formulation)
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LOWAllergies & Immunotoxicity
LOWDevelopmental and Reproductive Toxicity
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Data Availability: Fair
ALOE BARBADENSIS POWDER
Data Availability: Limited
Ingredients from packaging:
Mica, Aloe Barbadensis Powder
Directions from packaging:
Apply over face to set your makeup. Add a small amount to your brush and spread evenly over your entire face in outward motions making sure to blend for a soft-finish focus. The Hydrating Tonic does a nice job of setting your mineral makeup. Mist 3 to 4 pumps and you are done.
Warnings from packaging:
All products should be stored out of direct sunlight and used within one year of opening. For external use only.
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