08.21.2015
412
Lashes to Die For The Mascara
0.27 fl. oz. for $22
Expert Rating
Community Rating (5)
Expert Reviews
Last Updated:08.21.2015
Jar Packaging:No
Tested on animals:Yes

Roth's Lashes to Die For The Mascara gives an impressive amount of length, moderate thickness, and a clean, clump-free application to lashes that wears beautifully. The rubber bristle bristles combines stubby and elongated bristles in a pattern than produces drama at the base of lashes and a soft, fringed effect at lash tips. It removes easily with a water-soluble cleanser. It’s overpriced, but you aren't likely to be disappointed by its performance.

Community Reviews
Claims

Innovative comb technology features two specialized zones that help lengthen and volumize. Clump-free volume, even separation, dramatic length, enhanced curl, soft lashes, buildable drama, quick-drying, smudge proof, long-lasting, water resistant.

Ingredients

Water/Aqua/Eau, Sorbitan Olivate, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba Wax), Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Wax, Stearic Acid, Vp/Va Copolymer, Glycerin, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Vp/Hexadecene Copolymer, Sorbitol, Aminomethyl Propanol, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A), Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C), Panthenol (Pro Vitamin B5), Bis-Peg/Ppg-16/16 Peg/Ppg-16/16 Dimethicone, Dimethicone, Ppg-17/Ipdi/Dmpa Copolymer, Isopropyl Myristate, Caprylic/ Capric Triglyceride, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil, Silk Powder, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Bambusa Vulgaris Leaf/ Stem Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Iron Oxides (77491, 77492, 77499).

Brand Overview

Peter Thomas Roth At-A-Glance

Strengths: Provides complete ingredient lists on Web site; most products are fragrance-free; very good AHA products; wide selection of water-soluble cleansers and scrubs; some excellent sunscreens, benzoyl peroxide products, and many antioxidant-rich formulas.

Weaknesses: Can be pricey; some products contain irritants; jar packaging for several products that contain air and light sensitive ingredients.

Unique in the world of spa and salon specialty lines, Peter Thomas Roth is a large but straightforward line with mostly uncomplicated formulations that, for the most part, are quite good and state-of-the-art. Unlike many product lines, most of the acne, AHA, BHA, sunscreen, and moisturizing products contain what they should to be effective and helpful for skin.

A novel aspect of this line is that there are few (if any) nonsense ingredients. Roth products conspicuously lack the exotic, potentially irritating, sensitizing, and often unnecessary plant extracts and the irritating, fragrant plant oils that show up in most pricey skin-care lines, especially spa lines. Many of these are fragrance free, and lack the long lists of complicated ingredients—all great qualities for any skincare brand.

Even more impressive are the well-formulated cleansers, sunscreens, AHA products, and skin lighteners. The moisturizers have improved somewhat, and most are now packaged so that the light- and air-sensitive ingredients remain stable. In fact, Roth's packaging deserves special mention because it is exceptionally utilitarian and gender-friendly.

No pretty pink bottles, sexy curved jars, or bejeweled caps— which reinforces the clinical nature of Peter Thomas Roth. Overall, this line should be admired for its simplicity and, for the most part, for its well-thought-out formulations.

After all that glowing praise, what you should be aware of are the instances of products containing potential irritants (noted in their respective reviews) as well as the products in jar packaging that contain ingredients which are sensitive to air and light.

For more information about Peter Thomas Roth, call (800) PTR-SKIN or visit www.peterthomasroth.com.

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Peter Thomas Roth At-A-Glance

Strengths: Provides complete ingredient lists on Web site; most products are fragrance-free; very good AHA products; wide selection of water-soluble cleansers and scrubs; some excellent sunscreens, benzoyl peroxide products, and many antioxidant-rich formulas.

Weaknesses: Can be pricey; some products contain irritants; jar packaging for several products that contain air and light sensitive ingredients.

Unique in the world of spa and salon specialty lines, Peter Thomas Roth is a large but straightforward line with mostly uncomplicated formulations that, for the most part, are quite good and state-of-the-art. Unlike many product lines, most of the acne, AHA, BHA, sunscreen, and moisturizing products contain what they should to be effective and helpful for skin.

A novel aspect of this line is that there are few (if any) nonsense ingredients. Roth products conspicuously lack the exotic, potentially irritating, sensitizing, and often unnecessary plant extracts and the irritating, fragrant plant oils that show up in most pricey skin-care lines, especially spa lines. Many of these are fragrance free, and lack the long lists of complicated ingredients—all great qualities for any skincare brand.

Even more impressive are the well-formulated cleansers, sunscreens, AHA products, and skin lighteners. The moisturizers have improved somewhat, and most are now packaged so that the light- and air-sensitive ingredients remain stable. In fact, Roth's packaging deserves special mention because it is exceptionally utilitarian and gender-friendly.

No pretty pink bottles, sexy curved jars, or bejeweled caps— which reinforces the clinical nature of Peter Thomas Roth. Overall, this line should be admired for its simplicity and, for the most part, for its well-thought-out formulations.

After all that glowing praise, what you should be aware of are the instances of products containing potential irritants (noted in their respective reviews) as well as the products in jar packaging that contain ingredients which are sensitive to air and light.

For more information about Peter Thomas Roth, call (800) PTR-SKIN or visit www.peterthomasroth.com.