Bramble Berry offers one of the finest collections of soap making colorants available. We have searched far and wide to find the most exquisite soap colors, micas, pigments and glitters you'll ever have the pleasure of using. Our Labcolor line is water-soluble and perfect for liquid soaps, candles, lotions and more.
Our colorants are sold by weight- not volume - so you're getting the most for your money! Since many micas and pigments are very light, it often takes a 2 or even 3 ounce container to fit 1 ounce, by weight into. So remember, when you're comparing costs, make sure you ask whether the product is sold by weight or volume.
Read this helpful article on using colorants - from pigments to micas to dyes.
Click here for a list of all of our lip safe micas and colorants!
Click here for a list of all of our eye safe micas and colorants!
Neon Blue Raspberry Colorant...click to read more
Currently out of stock. Estimated to be back on July 30th
Non-Bleeding Cherry - brilliant red, electric pink...click to read more
Discontinued once supplies run out. Non-Bleeding Red (sold by volume): This colorant is a fantastic bright red that is designed for use in melt and pour with a bonus - it does not bleed! This gel is easy ...click to read more
Non-bleeding Teal, a liquid blue green...click to read more
Please note: This item will be discontinued when supplies run out.
Shimmery white mica with
iridescent green undertones...click to read more
Opalescent Turquoise Mica: Shimmery white
mica with turquoise undertones. To get the full effect of this mica in soap be
sure to use it in a clear base. ...click to read more
Orange...click to read more
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Patina Sheen Mica: This green is more of a sage green than our Pearl Green. It's got a lovely iridescent quality to it that makes it perfect for scents ...click to read more
Peach...click to read more
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