Black hydrophilic cosmetic pigment


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Natural cosmetic pigment surface treated, providing easy formulation of water based make-up and skin care products. Easy shade adjustment, can be used in heat or cold process.

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2,53 €

  • 5 gr

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Black hydrophilic cosmetic pigment - description

Natural cosmetic pigment surface treated with phytic acid from a natural origin to obtain a super-hydrophilic compound, providing easy formulation of water based make-up and skin care products.

The Phytic acid used to surface treat these pigments is derived from Rice bran non GMO origin, containing no allergens.

Ingredients: CI 77499 (and) Phytic acid (and) Sodium Hydroxide


  • natural origin
  • easy dispersible in water and water based formulations
  • great affinity for water
  • great color strength
  • higher pigment load
  • easy shade adjustment
  • no grinding equipment required
  • no free particles below 100 nm (non-nano)
  • homogeneous color due to good suspension properties
  • develops full color strength more rapidly than regular mineral pigments

Application, usage

  • ingredient for cosmetic formulations, skin care, decorative cosmetics: foundation, mascara, body ornaments, CC cream, BB cream, water based make-up products
  • general dosage 0,1-10%
  • can be used in heat or cold process
  • low viscosity of solution still maintained even with high powder content
  • enhanced stability and easy dispersibility in water gels or O/W emulsions
  • can be incorporated before or after emulsification
  • pigments are completely dispersed in water without the need for mixing
  • compatibility with thickeners, good compatibility with film-formers, excellent compatibility with salts
  • pH does not influence viscosity or hydrophilic properties 

Cautions: do not ingest, do not inhale, cosmetic use

Store in a cool, dry place, protected from light





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