Ferric Ferrocyanide
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Ferric Ferrocyanide is a flat blue pigment also known as Iron Blue and Prussian Blue.

  • Ingredients: Ferric Ferrocyanide (77510).

    In cosmetics, the color is typically used in eye shadows. It is a bright, intense blue, with a much stronger dye load than the alternative pigment, Ultramarine Blue.

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  • Why are some colors not approved for lips in the US but are in Europe. If I use it for creating a personal color...are there health risks? Or have they just not been tested by the FDA or in the process of testing...How long before the FDA in the US permits it? If you make lipsticks for sale to the Europe Market is it then okay? I am so perplexed by the FDA's inability to step up in the cosmetic industry.

    Simple answer: because laws are different in different parts of the world.

    Other answer:  Because the FDA has a system where something has to be "approved" (tested, gone through some regulatory process, etc.) in order to be "on the list".  While the EU puts everything on the list and then things have to be "removed" for whatever reason.  So the FDA list is naturally much shorter.

    As long as you label your product correctly, that is the most important.  Some companies are very creative (and this includes large companies) For example, I've seen a green color that would be permitted for use on the eyes in the EU but not permitted in the USA labeled as a "blush" in the USA market but included on the eye palette that the company sells.

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