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Paints - All FDA approved, non-toxic, professional face paints and cosmetic glitter

To Remove Face Paint - Use a mild soap with warm water (baby shampoo works great!) and gently massage and rinse (do not scrub).   It's also helpful to use a Q-tip with eye-makeup remover for any stubborn black or dark color around the eyes.

Staining - Some darker colors can leave a temporary light "staining" on the skin after removal and this is completely normal.  People with lighter skin tones or dry skin are more prone to staining.  To avoid this, do not keep face paint on overnight or long periods of time.  Any left over pigmentation should only last up to a few hours.

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