We are pleased to offer a variety of innovative biodegradable glitters. This particular glitter is one that we have had requests for from wedding parties, color runs, color wars, parades and any other time you want to throw glitter around outside. We are pleased to introduce you to our new Biodegradable metallic glitter. It is a stunning glitter made from a cellulose base film and it will break down over time. However, it holds together long enough to set in many glues, epoxy and even short lived in lotions and cosmetic usages (test first).
Jar Details: The glitter is sold in a clear jar that we call "The Mini". The jar holds approx. 1.5 teaspoons of glitter and is filled by volume not weight (due to extreme variances in glitter weight color to color). There is a round label on the bottom that says the name of the glitter and also has our web address and logo. If you wish to resell these jars, you can ask for "no labels on jars" in the Comments Section when you checkout.
Applications List (test first):
*This glitter is considered to be Cosmetic Grade. What does this mean? It means that the FDA has certified that the pigments/ingredients used in this glitter are safe for skin. This particular color is also considered eye safe. The cosmetic grade information given here is based on the FDA's list of color additives permitted for use in cosmetics (which changes regularly). Please refer to their website for details. Our customers are responsible for proper usage in his/her particular application. We are not responsible for unsafe or improper usage. Putting anything (FDA approved or not) near the eyelids can result in eye irritation. Please be careful.
Limitations: Cosmetic Grade biodegradable glitter is made lightweight for easy application to the body. This lightweight quality is nice for cosmetics but, it is not suited for long term art usage and industrial applications (where you want your glitter to really hold up). It is meant for temporary usage and is meant to break down over time.
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