Enriched with volcanic minerals, cotton extract, Sunflower polymers and grape that strengthen and protect the lashes. Rich pigments blended with natural, conditioning film-formers create a flexible yet strong coating that covers every lash, for a long-wearing, glossy, luminous finish without smudging or flakes. Designed to reach even the tiniest lashes, the brush ensures smooth, clump-free application. The mascara - the first to be enriched with volcanic minerals – helps achieve a professional look with full, deep colour weight-less lashes, increased volume [up to six times*] and length [up to 20% after a single stroke**]. *In vitro study/ measurement of lash volume after applying 3 layers of mascara **In vivo study/ lab equipment readings taken straight after application of the product Key ingredients: - Black volcanic minerals: Essential minerals with toning properties such as Potassium, Magnesium, Sodium, and Zinc. These help strengthen and condition the lash, retaining its moisture at optimal levels, so as to keep it soft and prevent breakage. -Cotton extract: A remarkable synergy of seven rare oligosaccharides extracted from cotton bloom, protects and strengthens lashes and its keratin fibers, in the same way it protects cotton fibers, maintaining their elasticity. It acts as a natural restructuring agent, reinforcing and improving the keratin synthesis, the key structural protein in lashes. -Marine algae extracts: A special blend of two Algae extracts acts by stimulating lash microcirculation, thus resulting in reducing any damage, whilst increasing their growth. -Sunflower seeds polymers: A blend of polymers derived from Sunflower seeds help texture to adhere perfectly, ‘wrapping’ each lash, providing a luminous, glossy finish. -Grape seed extract: Grape seed extract is effectively combined with natural Vitamin E to offer antioxidant protection. -Thyme extract: Due to its essential oil, Thyme extract has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, offering effective protection against environmental factors, such as pollution and free radicals. Ophthalmologically tested.