A water-based formula or color that's close to your own skin, yet perks it up. No Animal Ingredients. No Animal Testing. Made With Rainforest Botanicals.
Blend with tepid water and massage over face and throat. Rinse off and pat dry.
Purified Water, Titanium Dioxide, Glycerine, Isopropyl Palmitate (from Palm Wax), Organic Aloe Vera Gel, Saccharide Isomerate (natural sugar), Organic Sunflower Oil, Teapalmitate (from Palm Wax), Kaolin, Magnesium Silicate, (a natural mineral), Organic Extracts of Comfrey, Chamomile, St. John's Wort, Calendula, Cetyl Alcohol (emulsifier), Lecithin, Iron Oxides, Tocopherol (300 IU Vitamin E), Retinyl Palmitate (1250 IU Vitamin A), Grapefruit Seed Extract, Methylparaben, Propylparaben (traditional mild preservatives).
Ecco Bella was started in 1992. It was founded out of protest to the cruel animal testing and use of many synthetic compounds prevalent in the cosmetics industry .The Logo Ecco Bella means "Behold Beautiful" in Italian. The logo is Italian Renaissance painter, Sandro Botticelli's painting "The Birth of Venus". She is the Roman goddess of love and beauty. Ecco Bella leaves out the talc, mineral oil, FD& C dyes, animal byproducts, formaldehyde-releasing preservatives, and any harsh or unhealthy ingredients. Ecco Bella is woman-owned, woman-run company, making products for women (& men).Pro-Active Formulas...We leave out the water and fillers. The products contain "active" ingredients with beneficial, skin-repairing benefits. We tell you how much vitamin E, A, and C we use in each product.
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