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Do You Really Understand The Botanical Extract Dyes: The Differences Between Dyes And Pigments In Chemical Composition

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Botanical Extract Dyes are dyes or colorants derived from plants, invertebrates, or minerals.Creating and using plant-based-dyes is a wonderful way to gain an understanding of the biology and the chemistry at work in the plants around us.

Dyes: Organic compounds.

Pigments: Normally inorganic compounds, often involving heavy toxic metals.

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