This pigment is not permitted for use in cosmetics in the USA per the FDA. It is, however, a wonderful product for use in soap and other crafts. It is not permitted for use in products such as eye shadow, bath bombs, lotions, shampoos, nail polish, etc.
Having said that, we recognize that some people will use it in nail polish anyway. So, we are showing you visually what it looks like.
The powder form is recommended for Cold and Hot process soap makers as it blends in easily with a stick blender and does not introduce extra glycerin to the formula. A 6 grams (our sample size) of the powder will color approximately 3 pounds of Cold/Hot Process soap to a medium shade.
Warning: This color is particularly sensitive to high temperatures. If it is overheated it will clump and that clumping is irreversible. Please keep temperatures below 170 F. The pigment is also sensitive to exposure to alcohol. If you spritz it with alcohol, it will clump at any temperature. Please do not spray the product with alcohol.
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When it says non cosmetic, does that mean you should not use in nail polish either? You show it in a polish bottle, so I need to be sure. Is it ok for nail polish or not?
If you want to be compliant with the FDA, we recommend you work only with our EZB or Reborn pigments for those bright colors.
Nail polish is a cosmetic and the FDA requires that you only use cosmetic pigments in the product.
Having said that many nail polish makers, including the bigger companies, ignore this and use whatever product that they want. Therefore, on our website we indicate that it is not cosmetic grade and then we test it to see if it will work in polish (not all pigments work) and show that photo. This way the customer is empowered to make their own decisions.