Brights and Pastel Micas Sampler Pack: Includes 0.2 oz of the following colors:
Red Mica Yellow Violaceous Violet Sparkle Violet Peach Shimmer Mica
1982 Blue Mica Rose Pearl Aqua Pearl Apricot Blush
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Belle! You can use mica to color your lotion. We've also had great luck with LabColors to color lotion. You can read more about coloring your lotion in this Talk it Out Tuesday: All Things Lotion post. For lotion bars, you can color those with micas, as seen in this Lotion Bar Love Tutorial. Also, these micas will not stain your skin as long as you don't use too much color. If you're using micas to color your lotion, I would recommend starting out with one .15 CC Mini Scoop. If that's not dark enough for you, you can add a couple more scoops.
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