Purple Aluminum Lake Mixture
This is an aluminum lake mixture of D&C Red No. 27 aluminum lake and FD&C Blue No. 1 aluminum lake (details on dye load breakdown below). This mixture is exempt from certification because this is a mixture and not a straight color additive. Because both of these aluminum lakes are from FDA certified lots, this mixture can can be used in final products and remain within FDA guidelines.
Regulations for mixtures exempt from certification in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 21 part 80.35 (b):§80.35 Color additive mixtures; certification and exemption from certification….(b) Color additive mixtures exempted from certification. A color additive mixture prepared from a previously certified batch of one or more straight colors, with or without any diluent that has been listed in part 73 of this chapter for use in mixtures, shall be exempt from batch certification if the straight color used has not changed in composition in any manner whatsoever since its certification and if it is simply mixed with the approved diluents for exempt mixtures. The label of such color additive mixtures shall not bear the lot number assigned by the Food and Drug Administration to the certified straight color components, but shall bear the manufacturer's control number through which the history of the straight color can be determined."
Safety Applications: Lips, General. Not approved for eyes in the USA.
|Certified Lots used in this mixture:|
AX5041 19% pure dye: D&C Red No. 27 Al. Lake
AX4393 23% pure dye: FD&C Blue No. 1 Al. Lake
All documents for this product will be provided via email upon request. This color is certified for Mad Oils, Inc (DBA Mad Micas) and is packaged at our laboratory in jars, not ziploc bags, for your convenience and to minimize waste.
Packaged in jars and sold by weight
Because every country has different regulations for use, we strongly encourage you to know the facts, rules and laws regarding color additives for your country. Please research the legal requirements or limitations in your country for this color and its use in your product. Follow the usage rates and guidelines for each individual color. We can't recommend any particular use or recommend usage rate because of this. No legality for a particular product is implied by the sale of this dye. Use in products is at the discretion of the consumer.
For the US, please familiarize yourself and always refer to the FDA regulations for the specific product and regulations for the end use: https://www.fda.gov/ForIndustry/ColorAdditives/ColorAdditiveInventories/ucm115641.htm
Water insoluble. (read further if you want to use in water application)
Aluminum lakes are vibrant looking and do not require blooming, as water soluble dyes do. You must use polysorbate 80 at a rate of 1.5-2% of your total batch weight when using lakes in liquid soap or in bath bombs. This will suspend the color and evenly distribute it properly. If using in bath bombs, the polysorbate 80 will eliminate "floating" color powder and incorporate it into the water.