Appropriately used to dye products for personal use but not for lip products if over 3% by weight of product.
This product is NOT Batch Certified.
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i have a quetion.what is it difference between red 33 lake and D&C RED 33 ALUM LAKE?
There is no difference.
The way the dyes have been referred to over the years has changed. Currently, the full and official name for that color is "D&C Red 33 Lake". It is actually no longer required to mention the lake substrate (in this case Alum), we are just a little out of date on that.
For label purposes, the FDA permits you to simply list "Red 33 Lake" and drop the D&C designation, which is why you see it that way.
D&C Red 33 Lake and Red 33 Lake are the same thing. The addition of the word "Alum" used to be required but no longer is. It's a level of detail which may be interesting to you but will generally not show up on a label.