Use our Color Blocks for Melt & Pour to easily tint your soap projects without the worry of specks or having to deal with messy powders. Use these colors in any product that uses M&P soap - like solid sugar scrubs!
To achieve the color concentration in the image above use 4 grams of colorblock in 1 pound of clear M&P soap base.
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Bis(Glycidoxyphenyl)propane / Bisaminomethylnorbornane copolymer, Aluminum Hydroxide (CI 77002), D&C Yellow No. 10 (CI 47005), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Glycerin, Aqua/Eau/Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Sorbitan Oleate, Hydrolized Soybean ProteinCommon Name: Bis(Glycidoxyphenyl)propane / Bisaminomethylnorbornane copolymer, Aluminum Hydroxide, Yellow 10, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Safflower Oil, Glycerin, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Sorbitan Oleate, Soybean Protein
Watch a quick video on how easy it is to use Color Blocks on the Soap Queen Blog
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Lynn! I'm glad you like this color! Each color block weighs about 4 grams. The picture above shows the color block in Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base. In white bases, these color blocks will give you a more pastel color. You can also add Fizzy Lemonade Colorant to your soap. To add that, mix 1/2 tsp. of colorant into 1 Tbsp. of liquid glycerin. Then, add the dispersed color to your melted soap base. You can read more in this Talk It Out Tuesday: Colorants post. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Jamie! I'm sorry this product was not your favorite. We've found that it produces a bright yellow color, as seen in this Color Block Rainbow Soap Tutorial. I will be emailing you personally to help you troubleshoot.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Donna! I'm sorry to hear that this color block gave you some trouble. We have used this color block many times in our melt and pour projects, such as the Color Block Rainbow Soap Tutorial.
I will be emailing you personally to help trouble shoot why this may have happened. One possibility is that the color block was scorched. Melt and pour soap should not get hotter than 130-135 degrees, or it can burn. Please look out for my email!
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