INGREDIENT

Talc

Absorbs moisture
20
Products with this ingredient

Ancient Egyptians used talc blended with clays and other materials to make carvings and ornaments. Talc has been used in cosmetics for decades as an absorbent, bulking agent and to give make-up a smooth, silky feel.

Description

Description

A naturally occurring mineral, talc is a hydrated magnesium silicate, also known as French chalk or magnesium silicate. It is soft and breaks into small flakes. Cosmetic talc is milled and purified. There have been various worries about use of talc in cosmetic products. These have all been thoroughly researched and there is no evidence to support concerns. The only cautionary measure talc requires is the same one that applies to any fine powder: when presented in a loose powder form, inhaling large amounts (more than during typical cosmetic use) could be harmful to lungs. We use talc to create an interesting texture and add bulk to the product, allowing it to be easily applied onto the skin.

At a glance

At a glance

Benefit
Silky smooth textures and easier application are just two of the cosmetic benefits of talc
Talc can be found in these products
20
Products with this ingredient
Talc can be found in these products
Fresh Cleanser
Scrubs and softens
AED 85.00
100g
Face And Body Mask
Gently cleansed
AED 150.00
315g
Mask of Magaminity
Face And Body Mask
For a glowing look
AED 150.00
315g
Only Available In The Shops
Fresh Face Mask
Hydrate, exfoliate and treat
AED 75.00
75g