Mascara that contains CANNABIS oil is launching in UK – and fans claim they’re ‘hooked for life’ after using itJanuary 15, 2019
Cult brand MILK is launching on January 28, and fans can’t wait to get their hands on their signature products.
One of them is the Kush High Volume Mascara – which has built up a massive fan base across the pond.
Containing cannabis oil, beauty addicts claim ‘they’re hooked on the product’, which sells for £18.62.
The website says: “Conditioning hemp-derived cannabis oil fuses heart-shaped fibers to lashes for thickness without the fallout.”
The cannabis oil is used in place of beeswax, a common binding agent, making the mascara suitable for vegans as well.
- KUSH High Volume Mascara, Milk, £18.62 ($24) – buy now
MILK added: “That's where hemp-derived cannabis oil comes in.”
It’s set to be a sell-out in the UK after receiving rave reviews online, with one fan saying it’s the “best mascara they’ve ever owned”.
Another wrote on Amazon: “My hairdresser always has the prettiest eyelashes, she got me hooked on this.”
This person agreed, saying: “My daughter asked for this mascara for her birthday.
“I ordered one for her and one for myself. I’m hooked for life and she loved it as well.”
And this person wrote: “I’ve tried dozens of mascaras and this is by far my favourite.”
Fans can get their hands on it via Amazon and get it shipped to the UK, or wait until the end of the month for the UK launch.
If you can’t wait that long, Milk are holding a pop shop in London’s Convent Garden, on January 26 and 27.
The first 100 in the queue will also receive a free goody bag.
Lush recently revealed its opening a ‘naked’ shop where everything is packaging and plastic-free.
And a beauty advert which says "wearing makeup is not vanity, it's a courtesy to others" gets slammed as "Britain's nastiest ad" following 18 months of complaints.
Plus Vassoul's £11 blackhead-sucking face mask racked up over 3,000 five-star reviews on Amazon from customers who say the product is "magic".
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