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Liquid Color - Stained Glass Apple Red

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Liquid Color - Stained Glass Apple Red, Safety Data Sheet

Measurements: By Weight
Produces a true red color in clear bases and a pastel pink color white bases. Bleeds or migrates in mp soap base. Will tint water color when used in bath salts and fizzies, May not be used in eye and lip products.

FDA Approved Color Additive Applications:
General Cosmetics - Yes
Cosmetics for Eye - No
Lip - No

Performance Results:
Color: Produces a brilliant, clear "stain glass" color in clear bases. A pastel color is produced in opaque (white) bases. When used in bath salts and fizzies, water color will become tinted.

Product pH: Color not effected product pH.

Color Fading: This dye is light sensitive. A UV Inhibitor has been added to the liquid dye to help prevent fading in soaps and lotions. It appears that this has limited effectiveness in cp soap due to the high pH of the saponification process. If using this color in the powder form, your formula will likely need the Crafter's Choice UV Liquid Color Stay or Benzophenone 4 to prevent color fading.

Color Migration: If product design has layered colors, this dye will migrate or "bleed" between layers.

Physical Form: Dark Red Liquid.
Solubility: Soluble in Water
Country of Origin: United States

Storage: Room temperature. Air tight container.
Best Used By: One year from date of purchase.
Shelf Life Once Used in Manufacturing: One year from manufacturing date.

Country Of Origin: United States

Ingredients: Water, Propylene Glycol, Benzophenone-4, Triethanolamine, Tetrasodium EDTA, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Red 40.

Directions:

Add color to base, drop-by-drop. Use amount as desired. Adding more drops will produce a darker color.

Soap: You have used too much color if your soap bubbles are not white. Adding this color to white soap will produce a pastel colored bar of soap.

Lotions: You have used too much color if your lotion is not white when rubbed into the skin.

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