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Biodegradable White Glitter

Regular price $8.95 AUD
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Ultra Fine Biodegradable Wonderful White Glitter adds a touch of glitz, glamour and sparkle to your products. Add a light sprinkle to the top of solid colour soap, or add a swirl through melt and pour clear soap base to make it stand out from the crowd. Add to bath bombs or bath salts to add a sparkle to the water. This versatile product can even be used for dramatic body glitter or makeup, for when you're feeling funky!

Ultra Fine Biodegradable Wonderful White Glitter is a stand-out cosmetic grade glitter, produced from a special biodegradable film that is 92% non-plastic. The biodegradable element of the glitter is derived from sustainable sources and contains no genetically modified materials. The trees used to create this film are sourced from 'The Forest Stewardship Council Certified' suppliers to ensure that responsible forest management procedures are adhered to. The film used to make this glitter will biodegrade in sea water. It requires heat, water and oxygen to allow micro-organisms to metabolise the bioplastic into carbon dioxide, water and biomass. This product will not biodegrade on the shelf if kept dry. Keep out of soil, compost or waste water as this is where it can interact with micro-organisms and begin the decomposition process.

Container : 7gram

Size: Ultrafine .008" (0.2mm)
Grade: Cosmetic
INCI Name: Rayon, Glycerine, Aqua, Urea, Sodium Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer

At Evoke Australia we pride ourselves in delivering a high quality product using only the best supplies available to ensure your creations turn out beautifully. We also pride ourselves in fast delivery times and exceptional customer service.

Please note there is labelling legislation in place for the selling of soap and cosmetics.  Evoke Australia is a supplier of raw materials and is in no way responsible for the finished product or the labelling of these finished products.   It is the individuals responsibility to check the current labelling laws if they decide to sell or retail the end products.