Our phosphorescent pigments are waterproof and available in 4 different colours :


Blue green



(select below)


All colours are in stock and deliverable in UK in 48h 



7.02£ tax incl.

Measurement pigments FDS Photoluminescents Pigments Analysis certificate-PH Pigments Pigments brochure PRICE-PHOTOLUMINESCENT PIGMENTS

We provide the best quality products and our pigments powders glow brighter.

Our new photoluminescent pigments are waterproof, last long and are compatible in both solvent and water based:

They are the only pigments powders that,  thanks to a special process of coating the particles, can be mixed with aqueous systems and stay stable. 

The pigments come in 4 different colours and are available in 2 particles size: 30-40µm , 5-20µm

Brand: Arco Iris (previously LumenStar)

Composition :

The pigments are made of high quality material called « rare earth elements » (dialuminium tetraoxide) .

Properties :

Their main quality is their excellent capacity to absorb/store/emit light. They are indeed excited by any light source, natural or artificial.

Is the product harmful ?

The luminescent intensity of our pigments is much higher than those of phosphorus/zinc sulfide based pigments and they are non-toxic, non-radioactive.

produit testé et certifié par SGSProduct tested and certified by SGS

Life span :

They can glow in the dark up to 12h and have a lifetime of 10 -15 years.


Our pigments are easy to store for a long period of time.


Our pigments can be used for many applications :

Plastic / Injection / Molding …

Films, sheets and plates in different materials

Inks and paints


Art , Decoration, Saferty systems, Industry

See available PDFs 


Frequently asked Questions:


"Hello, what type of resin is compatible with these pigments?"
> There are two types of resins that you can find by clicking on our link here: http://www.phosphorescentpaint.co.uk/photoluminescent-pigments/489-translucent-casting-resin-for-molding-and-filling.html


"How should the pigments be measured in the resin or binder or varnish?"
> You have to know beforehand the final thickness of the layer you want.
- For a paint (in the case of a thin film), pigments are dosed from 10 to 20%
In the case of a thick resin, the dosage will be less, from 2 to 10%

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