Our new batch of pink neon is a softer pink in color than our previous batch. Please look at pictures for reference.
Our pink neon is not certified to be cosmetic grade although it does contain cosmetic grade ingredients. What does this mean? It means that all FD&C colors must be certified by an FDA approved facility at each point of packaging. Unless these colors were certified by Nurture Soap as we are the final packager (we buy these in bulk and break them down for you), we can't sell them as certified cosmetic grade.
This pigment is not cosmetic grade and should not be used in cosmetics including but not limited to bath bombs. Click here for certified cosmetic grade bath bomb colors.
This color is for soap only.
*Many refer to neon pigments as micas. They are not. Colored micas are made on a mica substrate or mica flakes. Neon pigments are a resin powder. They act differently than micas, and should always be mixed in oil before adding to to soap to avoid spots in the soap*
|MP Use Rate||.5-1 tsp. per pound of oils||Micron Size|
|CP Use Rate||1-2 tsp. per pound of oils||Safe for Eyes||No|
|Soap Stable||Yes||Safe for Lips||No|
|Color Bleed or Migration||No||Safe for Lotions, etc.||No|
|Acid Red 92*||45410||18472-87-2|