: Very fine crystallized pigment composed of bismuth and a salt. Bismuth can be found naturally in the rare mineral bismoclite but is nowadays produced from other metals. Fine off-white crystalline powder, no odor. Insoluble in water, but miscible in liquids as oils. CAS
: 7787-59-9 INCI Name
: Bismuth oxychloride
- Pearlescent pigment providing excellent semi-transparent mild luster
- Good filling properties providing smooth texture
: Can be tinted with other pigments to create different shades. External use only. Applications
: Main ingredient for mineral makeup products including face powders, foundations, lipsticks, eye shadows, mascara, and more.
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Raw material source
: Bismuth oxychloride is produced from bismuth that has been extracted from lead, tin, or copper, and then purified in a multi-step process. Purified bismuth is then chlorinated and treated with water to create the pigment bismuth oxychloride.
: Not animal tested
: GMO-free (does not contain plant-derived components)
: Does not contain animal-derived components
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