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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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Diatomaceous Earth

Minerals

Diatomaceous Earth is a pale-colored, soft, lightweight sedimentary rock composed principally of silica microfossils of aquatic unicellular algae.

Ilmenite

Minerals

Ilmenite with approx. 48% Iron(II)oxide and approx. 52% titanium dioxide

Lightweight Fillers

Minerals

Lightweight Fillers are materials used in various industries to make products lighter without losing strength. These materials are often porous and have a lower density com...

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