Interference pigments

Interference pigments absorb hardly any light and transmit the complementary colour to the one they reflect. These pigments are a mixture of mica and titanium dioxide, which have a higher chromaticity at the angle of reflection, as well as high purity and colour clarity. Their particle size distribution helps create a cleaner shadow, a more saturated colour and an interference effect, which optically reduces the depth of wrinkles.
They do not alter the formula of creams.