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Kjaer Weis

Red Edition Cream Foundation Case

size.1 g/0.00 oz

An eye-catching, refillable case for your favorite shade of Kjaer Weis Foundation.


  • Refillable. Keep this unique, environmentally-friendly case and simply refill with your favorite Kjaer Weis Foundation when you need it.


We're always looking for ways to make to most environmentally conscious choices when it comes to our beauty routines. Kjaer Weis makes it easy with this perfectly-portable, refillable Red Edition Foundation Case. Whether you stick to the same shade, or change it up season to season, this handy red case allows you to swap in a refill with the peace of mind that you've made a smart choice for the environment. 

"How to choose: First, choose your product and shade, and then choose your case (Red Edition or Iconic Edition) to customize your Kjaer Weis product sustainably and complete your makeup look. How to fill: Peel the white sticker and simply place the refill tin into the empty Red Edition case. The adhesive inside will keep your product in place. How to refill: The Red Edition case can be refilled 2-3 times depending on use. Open up your compact, and turn it facing down. You will see a small hole. Using a pin, push through the hole until the used makeup cartridge is dislodged. Insert the new makeup refill into the Red Edition compact. Both the tin and the refill carton can be recycled. You Kjaer Weis makeup is ready to use, again! How to recycle: Pop out the tin pan — the easiest way is by pushing the pan out through the hole using a Bobby pin, pencil tip. Pull the perforated tabs at the lid and the base of the Red Edition compact to reveal the magnet underneath. Pull out magnets and safely dispose of the revealed magnet in the garbage. Peel the clear adhesive off the Red Edition compact that’s under the pan. Spilled on your Red Edition product by accident? If it’s at all damaged, don’t worry. The Red Edition is 100% paper, so if your compact is saturated with any kind of product or oil it can be composted rather than recycled."