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Cosmetics Ingredients

CI 77007

CAS Number 57455-37-5
Chem/IUPAC Name: Lazurite
EINECS/ELINCS No: 235-811-0
COSING REF No: 32814
CI 77007
CI 77007 or Pigment Blue 29 is a mineral-derived inorganic pigment composed of sodium, aluminum, silicate and sulfate; that can range in shade from blue (most common) to violet, pink or even green. It is used to impart color to various color cosmetics as well as personal care products.

What is CI 77007 used for?

CI 77007 is a cosmetic colorant.
  • Decorative makeup: Used in eye shadow, foundation, color corrector, mascara, nail polish, eye liner, blush, facial powder, lip gloss, lip liner, brow liner, makeup primer, lip balm
  • Personal care: It is also used in moisturizer, shampoo, hand sanitizer, bath oil, body wash, toner, astringent, hair removal waxes as well


CI 77007 is produced using high temperature calcination method: clay, soda ash, sulfur, charcoal, sodium sulfate, quartz and other raw materials are mixed, and the crucible is put into the high temperature calcination, the discharge is cooled, and the unburned material is selected, after impregnation, grinding, pressure filtration, and then dried, grinded, the finished ultramarine product is obtained.

What does CI 77007 do in a formulation?

  • Cosmetic colorant

Safety profile

CI 77007 is considered to be non-hazardous and safe for use in cosmetics. Contact with acids liberates hydrogen sulphide which is highly toxic and flammable. Acid resistant grades of ultramarine reduce this risk.

Technical profile

Property Values
Melting Point >1000°C
pH 6.0-9.0
Solubility Insoluble in water

Commercial Selection : Grades containing solely CI 77007

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