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Face & Body Paint is a safe non-toxic paint for use on the face and body over a barrier cream. Face paint packs are available in either 5 fluro colors or 5 standard colors in the 40ml containers. It is designed as a drama and theatre paint which can also be used for fetes, fairs, children's parties and wherever face and/or body painting is required. Face & Body paint is made to the highest standards and conforms to all government regulations and requirements. Face and Body Paint has been formulated as a safe, non-toxic paint which conforms to Australian and European Community cosmetic regulations and Australian standard APPLICATION It is advisable to use Face and Body Paint over a "barrier" or hand cream on the face. Do not use on persons with sensitive skin or skin conditions. Do not apply to open wounds. Avoid contact with eyes, nasal passages, mouth or other orifices as abrasive irritation may occur. DIRECTIONS Using a clean palette knife or other utensil, remove as much paint from the container as necessary for the session and replace lid. DO NOT RETURN UNUSED FACE AND BODY PAINT TO THE CONTAINER. Place on a palette or other clean non-porous surface. Mix the required secondary or tertiary colors on this palette. Apply a barrier cream or hand cream to the skin before painting: this will make it even easier to remove Face and Body Paint from the skin. Apply Face and Body Paint with a soft brush, sponge, cotton wool or cosmetic dabber. It is strongly advisable, if painting more than one face, to use a disposable applicator such as cotton wool and discard after each person - be careful not to re-immerse the applicator in the paint. Do not apply the barrier cream or Face and Body Paint too close to the eyes as both contain solid particles which may irritate the eyes. REMOVAL The face paint will wash off with soap and water. Avoid getting the face paint on clothing as even though it will not stain the skin, it may stain some fabrics. COLOR MIXING All the colors may be intermixed to form bright secondary and tertiary colors. CLEAN UP Keep all brushes and utensils wet while working. Avoid letting them dry out as the face paint is much easier to remove from brushes while wet. Wash all utensils, brushes and hands with soap and water to clean up. REMOVAL OF PAINT STAINS Face & Body Paint is formulated to be easily removed from clothing. However, old clothing should be worn as some fabrics may stain. Face & Body Paint is formulated using pigments rather than dyes as dyes tend to stain much more readily. With the thumb and forefinger of each hand slowly work the stain in a rolling action thereby releasing the paint and color into the soapy water. Change the water as necessary and repeat washing action. DO NOT USE HOT WATER. Some stubborn stains may need to be soaked overnight. Face & Body Paint is formulated so that it will swell up and release when submerged in soapy water. Other methods of cleaning will generally only act to drive the stain in deeper. Do not boil, dry-clean or use chemical solvents or thinners. Do not iron over a stain. Do not machine wash. Keep stained garments separate from other washing.