Pigments are essential in cosmetics.
They are found in eyeshadows, foundation, nail polish, lipsticks, etc ...
European regulations do not prohibit azo pigments, but they are banned in organic makeup, while natural pigments such as ocher are Ecocertifiable.
You will find in this box, eight pigments used in cosmetics, two natural pigments and six synthetic pigments.
Yellow ocher JFLES is a natural ocher from our career in Gargas. Color Index: Y43 - classification: Kaolin + iron oxide
Red ocher RFLES is the calcination of yellow ocher JFLES. Color index: R102 - classification: Kaolin + iron oxide.
Primary yellow is an azo pigment. Color index: Y1-N ° INCI: C.I. 11680
Primary blue is an azo pigment. Color index: B15 - EINECS N °: 205-685-1-N ° of Constitution: 74160
primary red is in azo pigment. Color index: R3 - Constitution N °: 12120 - EINECS N °: 219-372-2
ultramarine blue is a polysulfide sodium aluminosilicate. Color Index: B29 Case Number: 101357-30-6
pink and ultramarine violet are aluminosilicates of polysulfurized sodium.Color index: R259 and V15 -No case: 12769-96-9
It is important to carry out an allergy test, before use and to take all the hygiene measures necessary to manufacture your cosmetics. Please follow the recipes on referenced books to guide you in your preparations.