Super Shine is a high concentration glaze. Paint it on top of your finished confections to add a beautiful shine. It can also be used on top of Poppy Paint to give a gloss finish!
Works well with our Dinosaur eye mold to get that realistic eyeball effect.
Note: Super Shine cannot be used directly on royal icing. Royal icing is too porous and will absorb the Super Shine. You can, however, use Super Shine on top of Poppy Paint which has been painted on royal icing.So it doesn’t rub off…
What is Poppy Paint?
Poppy Paint is a 100% FDA compliant edible confectionery paint. It is very fast drying, and will not rub off or smudge once set. It was created to be used on chocolate, especially cake pops and other chocolate covered confections; however, it also works great on cookies (including macarons), gumpaste, fondant, royal icing, and candies.
What can a fast drying paint do for me?
A layer of Poppy Paint will dry within seconds, not minutes. This allows you to paint multiple layers and colors in one sitting, instead of having to break it up into small segments over a long period of time!
So it doesn’t rub off…
Because Poppy Paint won’t rub or smudge once dry, there’s no need to worry about messing up your previous work when applying the final details. Also, your paint work will not be blemished if coming in contact with any packaging or container. Cookies and cake pops can be wrapped individually!
In addition to being smudge proof, Poppy Paint also dries waterproof. While this might not sound like much, what it means is that you won’t need to worry about your hands or mouth being dyed when eating treats painted with Poppy Paint. No rainbow-colored tongues or fingers!
While the FDA does not individually approve food products, they do approve or refuse certain ingredients. Color additives used in the US must be certified, by batch, before being approved for use. Each of the ingredients in Poppy Paint are approved for use as food additives, and the colorants used in our paints are all batch certified by the FDA. For more information, please see the links below.
References: “Although FDA does not have premarket approval of food products, it has the authority to approve certain ingredients before they are used in foods. Those include food additives, such as substances added intentionally to food, and color additives.” https://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm047470.htm
“Color Certification is a Congressionally mandated program for FDA enforcement of specifications by batch certification of the certifiable color additives that are added to foods, drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices in the United States.”https://www.fda.gov/forindustry/coloradditives/colorcertification/colorcertificationreports/default.htm