U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lists ultramarines as color additives exempt from certification. Ultramarines may be safely used for coloring cosmetics and personal care products, including products intended for use in the area of the eye, when they conform to FDA specifications. Ultramarines are not allowed to be used in lipstick. The FDA also includes ultramarines on its list of indirect food additives as a colorant for polymers in contact with food.
All color additives used in foods, drugs and cosmetics in the United States must be approved by FDA and listed in the Code of Federal Regulations. In some cases, FDA requires that each batch of color produced for use in regulated products can be used only if it is certified by the agency to meet strict specifications. FDA maintains a laboratory especially for this purpose and color manufacturers must pay a fee to support this activity. FDA only approves colors after extensive review of all safety data and publication of the basis for its approval in the Federal Register.
You can find out more about FDA regulation of colors at: http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/cos-col.html
FDA: Link to Code of Federal Regulations for Ultramarines
Expert Panel for Cosmetic Ingredient Safety
The Expert Panel for Cosmetic Ingredient Safety has deferred evaluation of this ingredient because the safety has been assessed by FDA. This deferral of review is according to the provisions of the Expert Panel procedures.
You can learn more about the regulation and labeling of colors at:
Ultramarines are listed as CI 77007 in the Cosmetics Dirctive of the European Union (Annex IV, Part I) and may be used in cosmetics and personal care products without limitation. When used in cosmetic products in the European Union, this ingredient must be called CI 77007.
Link to the EU Cosmetic Regulation: