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The primary ingredients in crayons are waxes and pigments. Pigments are minerals or synthetic. However, a variety of waxes originally were derived from animal fats. We do not utilize these waxes in our crayon formulations. In fact, many years ago, we replaced any ingredients in all our products that could possibly be traced back to an animal origin, including even the humectant glycerine (we use the vegetable-based, not the animal-based)...
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