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iKeda Introduces Oil-based Color Beads for Lipsticks
Posted: June 17, 2013
iKeda Corp. has launched a line of oil-based pigmented beads for the production of lipsticks. iCode Colorbeads are approximately 2-3 mm large, and their melting point is 71-75°C.
The beads are available in eight shades: iCode Colorbead WT1CC (INCI: Titanium Dioxide), a white pigmented bead; iCode Colorbead RD1CC (INCI: Iron oxides), a brick red pigmented bead; iCode Colorbead YE1CC (INCI: Iron Oxides), a yellow pigmented bead); iCode Colorbead BK1CC (INCI: Iron Oxides), a black pigmented bead; iCode Colorbead RD2CC (INCI: CI 15850), a bright red pigmented bead; iCode Colorbead RD3CC (INCI: CI 15850), a fuchsia-red pigmented bead; iCode Colorbead YE2CC (INCI: CI 19140), a yellow-orange pigmented bead; and iCode Colorbead BL1CC (INCI: CI 42090), a blue pigmented bead.
The beads are globally approved and patent pending.
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