ProGel Concentrated Colour - Peach

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  • - Highly concentrated food colouring
  • - 25g Easy to use tube
  • - Suitable for fondant icing, sugarpaste, marzipan and buttercream
  • - Nut Free, GM Free, Gluten Free, Suitable for Vegetarians, Certified Kosher, Suitable for Halal Diets
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Gluten Free
Nut Free Recipe and Factory

Peach ProGel is the ideal colour to use when trying to achieve flesh type colours for people modelling. The Karen Davies Face/Head Mould helps your to create life like decorations without the hassle of modelling free hand.

ProGel® concentrated colours by Rainbow Dust Colours are the new standard for food colouration. Highly concentrated, only the smallest amount of ProGel® is required to give a deep rich colour to your creations, meaning that our tubes last a long, long time! Simply add a small amount to your sugarpaste, marzipan, buttercream etc and watch it transform into your desired colour as it is mixed in.

Each gel comes in a colour co-ordinated and clean-to-use plastic tube. Simply squeeze the gel out of the tube. No more messy containers making your tool box full of colour spots and no more wasted time trying to identify a specific colour, as the printed tube makes this a thing of the past! 

ProGel® Peach
Ingredients: Glycerine, Silicone Dioxide, Propylene Glycol, Colours: E110 and E124

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Nut Free, GM Free, Gluten Free, Suitable for Vegetarians, Certified Kosher, Suitable for Halal Diets 

Made in a factory that handles nuts, eggs, soya, and dairy products.

SKU: RD-938017

3 Reviews

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  • 4

    Nice tone

    3rd Mar 2019
    Paula Riobo

  • 5
    Great Value

    Creates lovely soft pink tones, just a perfect product.

    4th Jul 2016
    Hayley Miller

  • 5
    rainbow dust pro gels

    excellent service and an amazing product, a little goes a very long way.

    26th Jun 2014
    Robert Basham