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FILMBLOOD
Filmblood

Grimas Filmblood is blood that retains its shine and does not dry out. It is used for finishing 'wounds' and can be applied directly onto the skin.
Filmblood is available in bottles of 100, 500 and 1000 ml. There are two colours of Filmblood: light, oxygenated blood (A) and dark, deoxygenated blood (B).

Click 'Colours, Sizes, Ingredients' for the list of ingredients used.

SAFETY INFORMATION


100 ml

500 ml

1000 ml

Packaging:Colour: Transparent
Content: 100 ml (bottle with spout top)
Content: 500 ml , 1000 ml (flask with child-proof top)
Appearance:A light red or B dark red liquid.
Ingredients:See label and composition.
Toxicology:Assessed against the Cosmetics Regulation (1223/2009/EC).
Improper use:Assessed according to the standard of consuming regularly 1000 ml for adults and 100 ml for children.
No toxicological effect.
Bacteriology:Contains less than 50 CFUs/g of bacteria, yeasts and moulds. Pathogens: not present.
Work hygienically.
Dermatology:See dermatological declaration.
Use on children:Suitable for use on children.
Has the Danish A-category certificate.
Around the eyes:May be used near the eyes. Not in the eyes.
On the mucous membranes:May be used on the mucous membranes.
Make-up in the eyes:Rinse with water.
Durability:See label with symbols:
= period-after-opening
= date of minimum durability
Storage:Store in a dry, dark place.
Dermatological declaration

In the dermatological declaration one can read the following:
The products have been dermatologically tested for 24, 48 and 72 hours on 30 persons with healthy skin. No irritation occurred.

Safety declaration

Has been evaluated at:
The toxicity profile of the ingredients used, taking account of any contaminants present.
Interactions between the various raw materials.
Quantities of weight and volume the consumer is exposed to.
Foreseeable improper use by the consumer-group.

Procedure
You can apply it directly from the bottle. The 100 ml bottle has a special spout top for easy application.

Removal
Filmblood is to be removed from the skin first with just cold water and then with water and soap.
If Blood, Filmblood or Blood Paste got onto clothing, rinse it out under a tap. Leave the item of clothing to soak in water containing a pre-wash (Biotex). Then wash it by hand or put it in the washing machine.