Active Ingredients And Excipients In DR BAUMANN Make Up Line
In alphabetical order:
Adipic / Isostearic Triglyceride A fat-based skin-protective agent with hydrophilic capability and adhesion to the skin.
Candelilla A wax from Mexican reeds, adds texture.
Carnauba A wax from the leaves of the Brazilian palm Copernica Cerifera, adds texture.
Cera Alba Bleached beeswax, adds texture.
Corn Starch Modified Modified strength, has non-expanding characteristics, used as a base in face powders.
Dimethicon Silicone oil, synthetic oil, completely compatible with the skin, like natural oils it is breathable on the skin.
Di-PPG-3 Myristyl Ether Adipate An excipient, facilitates the dispersion of pigments.
D-mixed-Tocopherols A combination of natural alpha, beta, gamma and delta Tocopherols.
For colour pigments see end of table
Glyceryl Behenate An adipoid, excipient in pressed powder.
Glyceryl Dibehenate An adipoid, excipient in pressed powder.
Glyceryl Ricinoleate Partly saponified castor oil, a skin-protective agent with good adherence to the skin.
Glyceryl Stearate An adipoid which occurs naturally in the skin, provides consistency to O/W formulations.
Magnesium Myristate A powder excipient which adds texture to fat-formulations.
2-Octyldodecanol An excipient which intensifies the colouring of decorative products.
Silica Quartz, powder excipient
Stearyl Dimethicone Synthetic wax with a silicone basis, completely compatible with the skin, like natural oils it is breathable on the skin
Tribehenin An adipoid, excipient in pressed powder
Colour pigments With “E” number: permitted as food colouring
D&C red no. 7, E 180 red
Sunset yellow, E 110, yellow orange
Acid Red Aluminium Lake, E 124, cochineal red synthetic
FD&C blue No. 1 Aluminium Lake, brilliant blue, E 133, blue
D&C red 27 Aluminium Lake, red
Acid yellow, E 104, Quinoline yellow
Acid blue 74 Aluminium Lake, Indigo carmine, E 132 blue
C.I. 77491, C.I. 77492, C.I. 77499
Iron oxide red, yellow, black, E 172
Chromium oxide on mica
Ferric Ferrocyanide, Berlin blue, a mica-based pigment
Manganese violet, manganese-ammonium-diphosphate, a mineral pigment
Titanium Dioxide, E 171
Note: “green” in eyeshadow is a mixture of C.I. 47005 and C.I. 73015