The beautiful Australian film actress and environmentalist Isabel Lucas famous in Australia as Tasha Andrews on the TV series “Home And Away” and internationally known for her award-winning performance in sci-fi film “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”, is a big fan of the new Glow collection for it’s “beautiful shades to bronze, blush and glow, while being kind to Mother Earth”.
Not long ago Isabel decided to leave her Hollywood days behind and move back home to Australia, settling in our hometown of Byron Bay, to be closer to her family and work on other projects close to her heart. While still working as a passionate actress here in Australia, she has really developed her powerful voice to become an environmental warrior by creating awareness on climate change, plastic consumption animal rights and sustainable living.
- Isabel Lucas
Moringa oil: high in antioxidants with essential moisturising and healing benefits.
Golden seal: protects the eyes and skin and acts as an antibacterial.
Olive leaf extract: an anti-ager and anti-inflammatory ingredient.
Desert clay: replaces talc and keeps colour locked in for longer.
Natural botanical preservative.
After delving into the palettes ingredients, enviro-goddess Isabel next turns to the sustainability of their production - “Made in beautiful eco recyclable packaging & certified cruelty free. Made locally in Byron Bay Australia, supporting the local economy and minimizing shipping & transportation emissions. Shine on Eye of Horus Cosmetics.”
It has always been a dream of ours to be able to produce our products in our hometown of Byron Bay, Australia. Doing this means a much lower carbon footprint for the production of the products, and like Isabel says it supports our local economy. It also means we can meet and communicate more often to brainstorm and collaborate for the best result possible.
Early 2018 we were blessed to meet and begin work with a great local Byron Bay manufacture for our Solstice shadow palettes and new Glow collection palettes. We are 100% satisfied with the colours, quality and pay-off of these new palettes and are so excited to be launching them out into the world.
We would like to make note that the new Glow collection palettes contain mica for their natural shine and glow. The mica is a natural flake, which then gets coated and heated. We use mica coated in iron oxides/titanium. But sometimes some mica is coated in dyes or lakes, or even carmine (hot pink). So we do not use those.
For mica to be cosmetic grade it needs to be purified hence we say it is “naturally derived” as no dyes or lakes are used. Another common issue with the ingredient mica is that it is known to be often sourced from child labour. Our suppliers have confirmed they do not use child labour in any of their operations.