Cosmetic Bright Neon Pigments that are often used in Slime, Personal Care & Cosmetic products.
Neon colour: A really vivid colour
Fluorescent: Glows under Ultra violet (UV) light
Four of these pigments are Neon Fluorescent i.e. vivid colours that will glow under UV light. Blue is a bright colour but is not fluorescent meaning it does not glow under UV light. This is the reason why Blue it is a much cheaper pigment.
We can provide the required documents if you need them. We import these products from the USA and they carry FDA approval for skin contact applications.
Mix more readily into water based mediums and less readily into oil and other non-polar mediums.
Did you know?
Nail products should only use pigments that have been approved for cosmetic applications. Although application on the nail itself does not pose much risk, most nail products contact the cuticle. As the cuticle is regarded as skin, nail products should only contain ingredients that are certified for cosmetic applications.
If you are producing skin contact products at home (including slime, soaps, bath-bombs, make-up etc) you must use cosmetic raw materials. The FDA standard is easy to understand and when it comes to colouring chemicals it requires that every batch of the material used is tested for cosmetic compatibility. These tests include measuring the quantity of lead, arsenic and mercury in the colourant.
Ingredients used in cosmetic products that get applied around the eye need to meet additional requirements not required by ingredients used in other cosmetic products. These pigments should not be used in eye make-up cosmetics as we don't receive the eye contact certification for them.
Keep out of reach of children and avoid generating or breathing dust
All our products should be kept out of reach of children under 5 years and anybody who may tend to place items or liquids in their mouths should be supervised. Even packing can become a choking hazard.