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INTERTEK UK COSMETIC SAFETY ASSESSMENT REPORT

Intertek Toxicology Assessment Issued:13 Nov 2013 Report: LECTA000 83661 Version: 1
Toxicological Summary:
This pigment is manganese ammonium pyrophosphate which is essentially inert and insoluble in water and alcohol. Being inert and insoluble it has
minimal toxic properties. Its use in eye shadows or blushers in compressed block form ensure that only minimal amounts would be available for inhalation.
No NOAEL Available
No NOAEL Available
No NOAEL Available
SED Adult mg/kg bw/day: 0.006
SED Baby mg/kg bw/day: 0.067
SED Child mg/kg bw/day: 0.023
Chemical Substance:
Cosmetic Regulatory Summary:
233-257-4
EU Cosmetics Status: Approved colour all products
Saudi Cosmetics Status: Permitted colour field 1 All products
US Cosmetics Status: Manganese Violet No restrictions 73.2775.
Canadian Cosmetics Status: Not controlled
Regulatory Summary:
EU Classification: Unclassified
GHS Classification: Unclassified
REACh Annex XVII controlled: Not Controlled
Appearance: Solid
CI 77742 (MANGANESE VIOLET)
10101-66-3
Melting Point: Not available
Water Solubility: Insoluble
Colour
Vapour Pressure: N/A
Log Kow: N/A Boiling Point: N/A
CAS:
EINECS
Function:
Systemic Exposure Dosage / Margin of Safety:
NO(A)EL mg/kg bw day: -
EU INCI NAME: CI 77742
Toxicological Summary:
This product is mica with a deposit of titanium dioxide, iron oxide and tin oxide. The particle size is in the range of 20-150 microns and hence is above the
respirable range. The material is inert and unlikely to cause irritancy or allergy. If inhaled may cause respiratory irritation but this is unlikely once the product
is incorporated into a formulation. A colour system based on coated mica particles. If it enters the eye it may give rise to mechanical eye irritation.
No NOAEL Available
No NOAEL Available
No NOAEL Available
SED Adult mg/kg bw/day: 0.005
SED Baby mg/kg bw/day: 0.059
SED Child mg/kg bw/day: 0.020
Chemical Substance:
Cosmetic Regulatory Summary:
310-127-6 & 236-675-5 & 215-168-2 & 242-159-0
EU Cosmetics Status: Approved colour all products
US Cosmetics Status: Iron Oxides No restrictions 73.2250. Mica No restrictions 73.2496. CI 77891 No restrictions 73.2575
Regulatory Summary:
EU Classification: Unclassified
MICA (CI 77019) & CI 77891 & CI 77499 & TIN OXIDE (CI 77861)
CAS: 12001-26-2 & 1309-37-1 & 1317-61-9 & 18282-10-5
EINECS
Systemic Exposure Dosage / Margin of Safety:
EU INCI NAME: MICA & CI 77891 & CI 77499 & CI 77861
Note: In the absence of NO(A)EL data, the Margin of Safety (MoS) has not been calculated.
Unless otherwise determined and in the absence of literature or other experimental data, a Dermal Absorption (DAp) of 100% is taken as the worst case scenario.
NO(A)EL: No Observed Adverse Effect Level; MoS: Margin of Safety; SED Systemic Exposure Dosage
Calculation of Margin of Safety: MoS = NO(A)EL / SED
Reference for skin surface area, exposures and application quantities are derived from:
1. RIVM Report 320104001/2006
2. References sited in Dermal Sensitization Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA ) For Fragrance Ingredients, 2006 revision
3. Exposure factors handbook 2009 Update
4. SCCP Notes of Guidance For testing of Cosmetic Ingredients and their Safety Evaluation 6th Revision
5. Colipa Data SCCNFP/0321/02
6. McNamara et al, Food Chem. Tox; 2007, 45, 2086
7. Loretz et al, Food Chem. Tox; 2008, 46, 1516
N.B. Exposure times have been taken from RIVM Report 320104001/2006
8. Body weights taken from Exposure factors handbook 2009 Update and mean values have been used unless specified otherwise
9. ConsExpo database
10. New default values for the spray model, RIVM, March 2010
11. SCCP Notes of Guidance For testing of Cosmetic Ingredients and their Safety Evaluation 8th Revision, 2012
For European Legislation only: This formulation will be assessed by Intertek in accordance with PART B , Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November
2009 on cosmetic products (Official Journal L 342, 22 December 2009, pp. 59–209). The safety assessment is based upon the chemical specification and toxicological profile of the ingredients as supplied at
the time of assessment and an assessment of the final cosmetic product. The supplier to this safety assessment is advised to ask for a new safety evaluation if any change in formulation occurs, change
in raw materials used, abnormally high number of adverse events are recorded, changes in recommended uses or other circumstances that may affect the safety of this product.

MSDS

 

BLUESKY                                                                  Material Safety Data  Sheet

Soak off nail polish gel                                          MSDS# 1217012010

SECTION 1.    IDENTIFICATION

Product name: soak off nail  polish          Contact Information:0086-020- 62690250

Chemical Name:      N/A                                                    Manufacturer: BLUESKY

address: BLUESKY CO.,LTD

PRODUCT  USE: UV COLOR GEL                BAIYUNGUANGZHOU GUANGONG CHINA

SECTION 2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

 

components

 

cas

 

%

 

Rathane acrylate coplymer

 

152187-46-7

 

65-75

 

Sio2

 

112 945-52-5

 

1-5

 

Ethylene glycol methacrylate

 

868-77-9

 

10-20

 

Photoinitiator

 

947-19-3

 

1-5

(HYDROXYCYCLOHEXYL PHENYL KETONE)

Photoinitiator                                               75980-60-8                                                   1-5 (diphenyl(2,4,6-trimethylbenzoyl)phosphine oxide)

Pigment                                                     see below                                                     1-2

IT CONTAINTS THE FOLLOWING INGREDIENTS (each color mixed by 1 or several below ingredients, and % for each is also different):

 

Pigment:

INCI

CAS                                        C.I.

Titanuium White

PW6

13463-67-7

77891

Quinacridone Red

PR 122

980-26-7

73915

Hansa Orange

PO1

6371-96-6

11725

Hansa Yellow  G

PY1

2512-29-0

11680

Phthalocyanine Green BS

PG 7

1328-53-6                              74260

Phthalocyanine Blue

PB15:2

12239-87-1                      74160  A FO

Quinacridone Violet

PV 19

1047-16-1

73900

Lamp Black

PBK7

1333-86-4

77266

 

 
RM

SECTION 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION EMERGENCY OVERVIEW

Physical state: Liquid                                                     HEALTH: 1*

Color:COLOR                                                                      FLAMMABILITY: 2

Odor: light                                                                                     PHYSICAL HAZARD: 1

Personal Protection: See Section 8

WARNING: HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED, ABSORBED THROUGH SKIN OR INHALED.

DO NOT SPRAY.  DO NOT HEAT.

MAY CAUSE ALLERGIC SKIN REACTION.

CAUSES  EYE, SKIN AND RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION Relevant routes of exposure: Skin, Inhalation, Eyes

Potential Health Effects

Skin  contact: Contact skin will cause irritation.

Eye contact: Contact with  eyes will cause irritation.

SECTION 4. FIRST AID MEASURES

Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop and persist, get  medical attention.

Skin  contact: Immediately flush skin with  plenty of water (using soap, if available). Remove contaminated clothing

and shoes. Wash clothing before reuse. Get immediate medical attention if symptoms occur.

Eye contact: Immediately flush eyes with  plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Get immediate medical attention.

Ingestion: Do not  induce vomiting. Keep individual calm. Get  medical attention immediately.

SECTION 5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

Flash point: 87°C

Autoignition temperature: Not available Flammable/Explosive limits-lower %: Not available Flammable/Explosive limits-upper %: Not available Extinguishing media: Foam,    dry chemical or carbon dioxide.

Special fire fighting procedures: Wear  self-contained breathing apparatus and full protective clothing, such as turn-out gear.

Unusual fire or explosion hazards: Uncontrolled polymerization may  occur at high temperatures resulting in explosions or rupture of storage containers. Hazardous combustion products: Oxides of carbon. Oxides of nitrogen.

Irritating organic vapors. Toxic  fumes.

SECTION 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE  MEASURES

Environmental precautions: Remove sources of ignition. Prevent product from entering drains or open waters.

Clean-up methods: Refer to Section 8 "Exposure Controls / Personal Protection" prior to clean up.  Soak up with  inert absorbent. Store in a partly filled,  closed container until  disposal.

SECTION 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling: Prevent contact with  eyes, skin and clothing. Do not  breathe vapor and mist. Wash thoroughly after handling. DO NOT heat or spray. Use only  with adequate ventilation. Refer to Section 8. Use only  in area provided with appropriate exhaust ventilation.

Storage: For safe storage, store at or below 26°C (80°F). Keep in a cool, well ventilated area away from  heat, sparks and open flame. Keep container tightly closed until  ready for use.

Incompatible products: Refer to Section 10.

SECTION 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

Engineering controls: Local exhaust ventilation is recommended when general ventilation is not  sufficient to control airborne contamination below occupational exposure limits.

Respiratory protection: Use COSHA approved respirator if there is potential to exceed exposure limit(s). If this material is handled at elevated temperatures or under mist forming conditions, without engineering controls, a COSHA approved respirator must be used.

Skin  protection: Use impermeable gloves and protective clothing as necessary to prevent skin contact. Neoprene gloves.

Eye/face protection: Safety goggles or safety glasses with  side shields. In a splash hazard environment, chemical goggles should be used in combination with  a full face shield.

SECTION 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Physical state: Liquid                                            Color: transparent

Odor: light                                                                         Vapor pressure: Not available pH: Not applicable                                                Boiling point/range: Greater than 93°C (200°F)

Melting point/range: Not available                         Specific gravity: 1.10

Vapor density: Not available                            Evaporation rate: Not available

Solubility in water: Slight                             Partition coefficient

(n-octanol/water): Not available

VOC content:   Total  volatiles 0.80 %

SECTION 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability: Stable under normal conditions of storage and use.

Hazardous polymerization: May occur.

Hazardous decomposition products: Oxides of carbon. Oxides of nitrogen. Dimethylamine. Irritating organic vapors.

Incompatability: Strong acids. Strong oxidizing agents. Bases.

Conditions to avoid: Heat, flames, sparks and other sources of ignition. Do not heat above 26°C(80°C).

SECTION 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Carcinogen Status

 

Hazardous components

 

NTP Carcinogen

 

IARC Carcinogen

 

COSHA Carcinogen

 

polyurethane

 

 

acrylate oligomer

 

NO

 

NO

 

NO

 

Ethylene glycol

 

 

methacrylate

 

NO

 

NO

 

NO

 

special acrylate

 

 

oligomer

 

NO

 

NO

 

NO

 

anti-setting agent

 

NO

 

NO

 

NO

 

Photoinitiator

 

NO

 

NO

 

NO

 

Pigment

 

NO

 

NO

 

NO

Literature Referenced Target Organ & Other Health Effects

 

Hazardous components

 

Health Effects/Target Organs

 

polyurethane acrylate oligomer

 

No Records

 

special acrylate oligomer

 

No Records

 

Ethylene glycol methacrylate

 

No Records

 

anti-setting agent

 

No Records

 

Photoinitiator

 

No Records

 

Pigment

 

No Records

SECTION 12. ECOLOGICAL  INFORMATION Ecological information: Not available

13. DISPOSAL  CONSIDERATIONS

Information provided is for unused product only.

Recommended method of disposal: Dispose of according to P.R.C, province and local governmental regulations.

ECE hazardous waste number: Not a RCRA hazardous waste. SECTION 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

The shipping classifications in this section are  for non-bulk packaging only (unless otherwise specified). Shipping classification may  be different for bulk packaging.

P.R.C     Department of Transportation Ground : Proper shipping name: Unrestricted

Hazard class or division: None Identification number: None Packing group: None

International Air Transportation (ICAO/IATA): Proper shipping name: Unrestricted

Hazard class or division: None

Identification number: None Packing group: None WaterTransportation (IMO/IMDG): Proper shipping name: Unrestricted Hazard class or division: None Identification number: None

Packing group: None

Marine pollutant: None

SECTION 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION P.R.CRegulatory Information

All components are  listed or are  exempt from  listing on the  Toxic  Substances

Control Act Inventory.

SECTION 16. OTHER INFORMATION

DISCLAIMER: The data contained herein are  furnished for information only and are believed to be reliable. However, BLUESKY NAIL  or UKDC does not  assume responsibility for any  results obtained by persons over whose methods BLUESKY NAIL has no control. It is the  user's responsibility to determine the suitability of BLUESKY's products or any production methods mentioned herein for a particular purpose, and to adopt such precautions as may  be advisable for the  protection of property and persons against any  hazards that may  be involved in the  handling and use of any  of BLUESKY NAIL ‘s products. In light of the  foregoing, BLUESKY NAIL Corporation specifically disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, arising from  sale or use of BLUESKY NAIL Corporation's products. BLUESKY NAIL Corporation further disclaims any liability for consequential or incidental damages of any  kind, including lost profits.