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Out of Stock until October 31th.

Amethyst Purple Mica: This is a deep and rich purple that pairs perfectly with a lavender fragrance in soaps or lotions. Due to the Ferric Ferrocyanide in this mica, it is not recommended to use in lip products or CP soap. Don’t get discouraged, it makes a lovely mineral make up eye shadow!

Note: May fade in soap when exposed to light.

INCI: ferric ferrocyanide, carmine, tin oxide


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by Ceme
on 4/8/2014
Absolutely stunning in M&P soaps
I used with the honey soap base in the Iris mold. The color is absolutely stunning! I scented with lavender and spearmint. I can't stop looking at this soap and it smells divine. The color is so vibrant.
by Jacquie
on 3/21/2014
Definitely NOT for cp soap!
I wish I had read the description better before I wasted the colorant and oils to make a big fail of a log of soap! My fault, but I still have plenty left to add to the rebatch I'm about to do on my failed cp lavender soap...:-( Question: would this be safe to put in fuzzy bath bombs? I don't make eye shadow and hate to see such a lovely color wasting on the shelf...? Thanks!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Jacquie! If you’d like, you could certainly use this mica in a bath bomb! I would recommend using the bare minimum, so that you don't end up with colored water or a stained tub! I would recommend starting with 1/2 tsp. of mica, and working up from there :)

by Jenner
on 3/16/2014
Love the color, but don't use in CP!
I feel your pain! I too used it in a batch of CP soap without realizing it would morph. Can I still use the soap? What will happen? It's in the mold now, so I'm just curious what the next step would be?

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Alex! Your soap is perfectly safe to use, but because of the Ferric Ferrocyanide in this mica, it turns grey in cold process soap. If you'd like you could rebatch your soap, which involves melting down your soap, adding additional liquid and colorants to color correct. You may find this Soap Queen TV video on how to make rebatch soap helpful!

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