Brick Red: This reminds me of a fire house, with all the beautiful bricks setting off the power inside -- it's that great color of deep red with a tinge ...click to read more
Burgundy: This is a deep burgundy that will go fabulously with our Cranberry Fig, Berry Wine or Plum Spice. Imagine a deep Merlot Wine - this is that ...click to read more
Cappuccino Mica: The perfect brown, this mica is rich and chocolate-y. It has wonderful blending qualities with our...click to read more
Cellini Red Mica: This is a wonderful red that is approved for use in lip products. In cold process soap, it goes a nice peach/pink color.
INCI: mica, ...click to read more
NOTE: This color needs to be warmed up and well
shaken before use to insure even color.
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Fabulous for adding just that chic touch to your soap.
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Green Chrome Oxide: "Moss Green", this isn't a bright "in your face" green -- rather, it's mindful of a native forest. An excellent match for our ...click to read more
Heavy Metal Gold Mica: This bright gold has the slightest shimmer to it and looks amazing in clear melt and pour soap. Check out some soap Anne-Marie ...click to read more
Hydrated Chrome Green: "Teal" - This is a bright green; it is more blue-green than our Moss Green. It's perfect for spring scents, or for bright Green ...click to read more
Iridescent Glitter - This is a basic glitter that picks up the colors around it. This versatile color is perfect for adding a shine and shimmer in your ...click to read more
Liquid Green Oxide (sold by volume): This is a luscious earthy green color. Our liquid form of chrome green oxide makes it easy to use in Melt & Pour soap and cold process ...click to read more
Liquid Red (sold by volume): This oxide is perfect for all of your non-bleeding colorant needs. This color is perfect for Melt & pour, cold process soap, even liquid soaps. ...click to read more
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