About the Becoming Moonlight® Blog

 

This blog provides insight into the latest research, news, and techniques related to body art, as a part of the Becoming Moonlight brand, part of Tap Dancing Lizard LLC.

 Becoming Moonlight provides professional grade, skin-safe body art products, including Becoming Moonlight Gilding Paste, an adhesive formulated specifically for creating henna-like patterns on the surface of the skin, which can last up to seven days. Becoming Moonlight products are sold online at www.mehandi.com.

 As sensitization to para-phenylinediamine (PPD), a component of chemical hair dyes and “black henna,” increases worldwide, this company aims not only to provide a safe and beautiful alternative to black henna, but also to bring light to the risks of continual exposure to PPD.

In addition to information about Becoming Moonlight products, this blog seeks to uncover, analyze, and understand the nature of body art, body scripts, and the way individuals negotiate the space between the internal self, and external perceptions.

 

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If you are a professional body artist interested in using Becoming Moonlight products at aS discounted price, contact helpdesk@mehandi.com

 

Additional resources:

www.hennapage.com

www.tapdancinglizard.com

www.becomingmoonlight.com

 

 

Notice for US Residents:

If you live in the United States, the FDA does not allow the use of henna for body art purposes (i.e., coloring the skin). Here are the US FDA regulations for the use of henna for the purpose of body art. These regulations have the force of law: https://www.fda.gov/cosmetics/productsingredients/products/ucm108569.htm

 

The color additive “henna” is approved by the FDA solely for the use of “hair dye” (see, 21 CFR 73.2190); it may not be usedS for dyeing the “eyelashes,” “eyebrows,” nor the “eye area” for cosmetic product applications. Neither is it approved for cosmetic “skin tattoo” purposes. To use a color additive in any cosmetic product application for which it is not listed for regulation renders it “adulterated” and/or “misbranded.” (see section 601(a) and/or 601(e), and/or 602(e) of the FD&C Act)

https://www.fda.gov/ForIndustry/ColorAdditives/ColorAdditivesinSpecificProducts/InCosmetics/ucm110032.htm

 

 

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