Supplier's Corner

Green Color Pigment

November 14, 2005

l Rona, Hawthorne, NY, introduced Color-ona Brilliant Green, a green color pigment with no added chromium. Colorona Brilliant Green is especially suited for sensitive skin and can be used in eyeliners, mascaras, pressed powder, hair gels, shampoos and body washes. The pigment consists of mica, titanium dioxide, silica and iron oxides and has a particle distribution of 10 to 60 microns. Colorona Brilliant Green can be used alone or in combination with other pigments and is approved for worldwide cosmetic use.
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