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Mica

Mica is a naturally occurring mineral characterized by its fibrous structure and layered texture. It belongs to the mineral class of silicates and consists mainly of aluminum, silicon and oxygen. There are several variations and types of Microsilica minerals, including muscovite, biotite and lepidolite.

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Mica is used as a texturizer and coloring agent in cosmetics, it provides a “glimmer” or “shimmering” quality in makeup powders. Mica is the group name for a series of ground silicate minerals with similar physical properties but varied chemical composition. Micas range in color from colorless to pale green, brown, or black.

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Microsilica

Minerals

Microsilica, 45 µm, arises from the production of silicon or ferrosilicon metal.

Dolomite

Minerals

Dolomite is a naturally occurring mineral and rock consisting mainly of calcium magnesium carbonate. It is characterized by a variety of properties. Dolomite comes in a var...

Fluorspar

Minerals

Fluorspar, also known as fluorite or calcium fluoride (CaF2), is the calcium salt of hydrofluoric acid and a very widespread mineral that occurs primarily in granites and o...

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