INCI: Water, Green 5, Yellow 5, Red 40, Red 33, Phenoxyethanol (and) Benzoic Acid (and) Dehydroacetic Acid
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Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Stephanie! The Eucalyptus Mist LabColor is actually a green-type colorant for soaps, but depending on your computer monitors settings, it might look a bit blue. If you are looking for green powder colorants we would suggest
Hydrated Chrome Green Pigment,
Green Chrome Pigment,
Green Zeolite Clay
Liquid Green Oxide.
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