A recent study by scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) shows that blue pigmentation is not only a healthy skin pigment but can also be used in cosmetics to create skin-pigmented and skin-friendly formulations.
Blue pigments are pigments of several kinds, including the pigment anthocyanin, which is produced in the skin and can be found in many cosmetics.
It is the main ingredient in red pigments.
The pigments in the NIH study were not toxic to skin, but were a strong source of the blue pigment anthocyans, a chemical found in natural products.
Anthocyanins have been used in cosmetic formulations for years, but scientists were concerned that they might pose health risks because of the lack of regulation.
The NIH researchers had conducted tests to look for anthocyanin in the body of pigmented liquid products.
They found that it was present in only 6 per cent of the samples tested, and it was in only two per cent products tested.
When tested with a fluorescent assay, which indicates that anthocynins have a specific fluorescent molecule in them, the researchers found that only 0.06 per cent tested were showing the blue pigment anthocyins in the liquid.
They also found that the levels of anthocyin in liquid samples were much lower than in cosmetics.
In fact, the only other study of anthocylanins to be done in humans involved skin testing, in which the researchers looked at the level of anthin in a range of cosmetics.
However, there was not a comprehensive, long-term study of this chemical, which means it will take a while before we know if the level in products is a reliable indicator of the health of the skin.
In the meantime, the team is hoping that their study will encourage the use of anthococan pigments to produce skin-safe formulas that are also safe for skin.
The researchers were also able to determine the presence of antho-pyran sulfate in the sample, which can cause a reddish-brown tint to skin when exposed to sunlight.
Although the level was very low, it was still a significant source of anthos, which could be harmful to skin.
“This is the first study that we’ve done that’s looking at anthocan pigmentation in cosmetics,” said senior author Dr. Jennifer Schulze.
“It’s really important for us to be able to say, ‘If we are going to have a cosmetics industry, we need to take a look at anthocyane and its use in cosmetics.'”
Anthocyanenones have been in use for hundreds of years and have been found to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, but they’re not widely used because they can have a red color.
Anthocyans have been shown to have antimicrobial and antihistamine properties and to help maintain moisture levels and protect the skin from damage.
“The research that we did on this topic is really important to the cosmetic industry because it gives us a new way of looking at the ingredients,” Schulz said.
“What’s interesting is that we found that if we can find ways to make it more difficult for the anthocanthin in products to leach into the skin, then we can make it easier to use them.”
There are a lot of products out there, but we wanted to make sure that we looked at all of the ingredients in these products and make sure they were safe for human skin.
“The study involved using liquid anthocyans in three cosmetics formulas that were used in the U.S. market in 2015 and 2016.
One product contained a liquid that contained anthoconyan compounds; the other two contained a mixture of blue and red pigmented materials that contained only anthocenan.
The product with blue pigmented ingredients contained 2.5 grams of anthicynins per milliliter.
The liquid that was made from the red pigment contained 2 grams of a blue-colored anthocane compound and 0.5g of a red-colored compound.
The blue-powdered liquid contained 0.4 grams of the anthocyant compound, while the red-pampers had 0.1 grams of it per millilitre.
The products were tested on the skin of volunteers between the ages of 18 and 75, and the results were compared with results from two previous studies that compared anthocanyans in cosmetic products with that in cosmetics using other ingredients.
In both studies, the amount of anthobacenones in the cosmetics tested was higher than in the other samples.
The research also found the blue- and red-containing products contained higher amounts of the compounds that are toxic to the skin when it comes to biotoxins, including hydroxymethylcellulose and cyanohexylglycerin, both of which are linked to acne.
The other chemicals, including