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Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

GlitterBug Potion


Ingredients: Water, Caprylyl Methicone, Glycerin, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Bis (glycidoxyphenyl) propane / Bisaminomethylnorbornane Copolymer, Fluorescent Brightener 230, Aluminum Hydroxide, Acrylates Copolymer, Stearic Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Cetyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Xanthan Gum, Ethylhexyglycerin, Hexelene Glycol, Fragrance.

Health effects:

  • Acute Eye: Contact with eyes may cause eye irritation.
  • Acute Skin: This product may cause skin irritation in sensitive individuals.
  • Acute Inhalation: May cause respiratory tract irritation.
  • Acute ingestion: Not expected to be a likely route of entry during normal product use. This product may cause gastrointestinal harm if it is swallowed.

First Aid Measures:

  • Eye Exposure: Immediately flush eyes with copious amounts of water for a minimum of 15 minutes. Seek immediate medical attention if adverse effect occurs.
  • Skin Exposure: Immediately begin flushing skin continuously for a minimum of 15 minutes. Remove exposed or contaminated clothing, taking care not to contaminate eyes. Seek immediate medical attention if adverse effect occurs.
  • Inhalation: Remove person to fresh air. If necessary, use artificial respiration to support vital functions. Seek medical attention.
  • Ingestion: If the material is swallowed, get immediate medical attention or advice. Never give anything by mouth to a victim who is unconscious or is having convulsions. Do not induce vomiting.

GlitterBug Gel


Ingredients: SD Alcohol 40-B, Glycerin, Luminescent Zinc Sulphide, Carbomer

First Aid Measures:

  • Eyes: Wash with copious amount of water. If discomfort continues, get  medical attention.
  • Skin: if irritation occurs, wash with soap and water. Get medical attention  if irritation develops or persists.
  • Ingestion: Do not ingest. If large amount is swallowed seek medical attention.
  • Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. Get medical attention.

GlitterBug Powder


Ingredients: SD Alcohol 40-B, Glycerin, Luminescent Zinc Sulphide, Carbomer

Health Effects:

  • Eye Contact: may cause irritation
  • Skin Contact: may cause irritation
  • Inhalation Hazards: Outgassing of formaldehyde vapors can be irritating
  • Ingestion Hazards: Small amounts swallowed are not likely to cause injury. Not a hazard in normal industrial use
  • Target Organs: No organs affected
  • Cancer Hazards: This product contains less than 0.1% free formaldehyde and may be capable of outgassing formaldehyde at levels in excess of OSHA’s Action Level under some conditions of use. Formaldehyde is a potential cancer hazard. Long term exposure may result in dermatitis or respiratory sensitisation for sensitive individuals.

First Aid Measures:

  • Eye Contact: Immediately flush with water for at least 15 minutes while holding eyelids open. Call a physician.
  • Skin Contact: Practice good industrial hygiene. Wash with soap and water.
  • Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. Treat symptoms. Call physician.
  • Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Give water. Call a physician.

A note about our UV torches

The comments below are for general information and do not constitute medical advice. If you have concerns about the dangers of exposure to UV light seek advice from a health professional.

How dangerous is the UV light from our torches?

Generally speaking, the amount of UV light emitted from a UV torch is about a 30th of what you would find outdoors on a sunny day so the potential for harm is very minor.

That said, general precautions about limiting exposure to UV light are always a good idea. Most importantly, never allow students to look directly into the torch. UV light is invisible so it doesn’t make you squint and look away so it’s possible to receive a large amount of light without knowing. Young children should be especially well supervised.

The bottom line is that UV torches are well tested and commonly used items that produce quite low levels of light compared to normal daily exposure to the sun, and are generally deemed to be completely safe in normal use.