Eyebrow Tint Remover for Eyebrows and Eyelashes

Godefroy Eyebrow Tint Remover for tinted eyebrows and eyelashes. The tint stain remover works specifically with Instant Eyebrow, 28 Day Eyebrow and 28 Day Mascara to eliminate accidental stains on the skin. Does not work on Tint Kit or Barbers Choice.

SKU 4800

$9.95

Lets face it, everyone makes mistakes, stains happen! With Godefroy Eyebrow Tint Remover you can tint worry free. Godefroy Eyebrow Tint Remover for Tinted Eyebrows and Eyelashes is ideal for removing accidental stains on the skin. The aloe vera infused solution is perfect for those with sensitive skin. A plant based formula allows for a gentle yet effective solution to eliminate stains while hydrating the skin. Enjoy eyebrow tinting without the worry of accidentally staining the skin.

Please note: This particular stain or tint remover works Godefroy Lash and Brow Tint ONLY.

To use after tinting, simply apply a small amount of solution to a tissue or cotton ball and apply directly to the stain. Gently rub the affected areas to remove unwanted stains.

Traditional stain removers use harsh chemicals to strip away the color, which can have an adverse effect on the skin and hair. Godefroy’s stain remover formula utilizes a botanical blend to gently lift the stain from the skin.

  • Removes accidental stains from tinting eyelashes and eyebrows
  • Botanical formulated to be gentle on the skin
  • Aloe vera infused to moisturize and repair the skin

Bottle volume:
1 – 4fl oz / 120 ml

 

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Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Methylpropanediol, Laureth-4, Sodium Thiosulfate, Sodium Chloride, Fragrance

Directions to use:

Apply a small amount of the eyebrow tint stain remover to a tissue or cotton ball. Gently rub against affected stain until it has visually reduced in color. Best if used immediately after tinting. Works best on skin. Please note: while a visible reduction in color is common, a complete elimination of the stain is unlikely.

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