Catch the soft blue and lilac colors of dusk with our serene StarDust ecoGlimmer!
We scooped up a handful of silvery stars and swirled them with some holo silver zodiac, and added a touch of lilac and blue. It truly is a gorgeous and otherworldly blend, and changes colors in different lights. StarDust is stunning and super shiny!
It is biodegradable and safe for you with minimal environmental impact!
Use with un-petroleum jelly, moisturizer, aloe vera or hair gel wherever you need a bit of sparkle! It easily rinses off with water.
Biodegradable & Compostable.
-stackable mini (holds approx. 2 - 3gr.)
-3 gram refillable/recyclable glass jar with recyclable aluminum lid
-5 gram refillable/recyclable glass jar with recyclable aluminum lid
-10 gram bio-bag refill
-Sample in bio-bag
All weights are approximate.
Ingredients: cellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, zea mays stars (corn starch), glycerin, aqua, polyvinyl acetate, acrylates crosspolymer, aluminum.
Important Note: EcoGlimmer contains no harmful chemicals, and contains ingredients either approved for cosmetic use on skin & hair, or already broadly and safely used in cosmetics or food. While currently no glitter on the market is 100% biodegradable, EcoGlimmer is committed to being an earth-friendly choice, with primary ingredients sourced from renewable resources such as corn and eucalyptus. The biodegrading speed depends upon local environmental factors such as heat, moisture and concentration of microbes. For more information, please email us at email@example.com.
As with any cosmetic, please patch test our products before your event. You’ll want to perfect your glittering technique, and ensure compatibility with your un-petroleum jelly/aloe vera/hair gel and, of course, your body! Take care not to get it into your eyes (use around or near the eyes is not FDA-approved). If you accidentally get in eyes, flush with water and use eye drops to completely remove glitter to avoid irritation.
Note: Colors in photos above may vary slightly from actual product. Glitter is notoriously difficult to photograph and we have done our very best to take the most accurate photos possible.