To be honest everyone's sensitivity is different. I'd stick to more natural brands or one's backed up by dermatologists. Clinique would definitely be a start to look at. I have slight sensitivity and am in love/will not use anything but Urban Decay's 24/7 eyeliner pencils. Also avoid putting eyeliner on your waterline if you can help it because it will get into your eyes and possibly make them irritated.
@beautylovingirl. No drama, just stating that someone with sensitve eyes shouldn't use kohl since their eyes water more & there's a greater risk of the lead getting into the eyes. It's not a lot of lead, but lead poisoining takes time. A small amount every day for years could cause a lot of damage over time. It should be a no brainer to not use kohl products when pregnant.
Cosmetics are not regulated by the FDA, so there is noone to tell a company to change their ingredients or pull products off the shelves.
I tried finding a list of ingredients for the MUFE pencil and can't find it anywhere.
@dannyc- If there was a highly dangerous amount of lead then everyone would be sick or blind from it. I guess since so many companies have them they are safe for consumer use.Also they would be pulled from the market. I guess if it's such a problem you should let the MUFE company know and let them take care of this issue for you. Everyone else here is fine and no drama is needed. Thanks.
@beautylovingirl who would regulate it? the FDA? There's lead in lipstick & there's lead in kohl/kajal. It may be small traces, but if someone has sensitive eyes & is prone to tearing & rubbing, then there's a greater risk of the lead in the eyeliner to get into the eye.
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@dannyc- Who's mentioning anyone is pregnant? I don't know where that came from. That's great if you like Clinque but I love the MUFE pencil's have sensitive eyes and wear contacts and never any trouble. These are only suggestions I think people can make their own decisions. I've always posted what I want and what is the best product and will continue to due so. If you don't like it that's your opinion. I see alot of post on here I don't agree with but I don't criticize them for it because we don't do that on this forum because it would bring alot of negativity and drama and that is not welcome.
@glossy. Give Clinique a try, they are pretty basic but do try to make sure their products are good for sensitive eyes. Unless you are allergic to some natural ingredients, try go for a natural brand like Tarte or Josie Maran. What I usually do when checking out a product is sort by the lowest rating, then browse to see if anyone had allergic reaction.