Labcolors Dye Solutions are super concentrated liquid dyes and are the easiest, most reliable colorant system you will ever use for coloring your soap! Click here to read the Labcolor quick start guide. Keep in mind that because labcolors are dyes they do bleed or migrate if using more than one color in a bar of soap.
High pH labcolors can be found under Labcolors for CP - These are specially formulated for Cold Process soap and any other High pH products.
Low pH labcolors can be found under Labcolors for M&P - These colors can be used in Melt & Pour soap, lotion, and pre-made liquid soap.
La Bomb colors can be found under Bath Bomb Dyes - These are specifically formulated for Bath Fizzies so that they do not set-off the fizzing reaction when making the fizzy.
Click here for more LabColor tips and frequently asked questions!
Brilliant Blue...click to read more
Canary...click to read more
Cantaloupe La Bomb- "clarifying, stress relief"...click to read more
Cimmeron...click to read more
LabColors Blending Charts: These beautifully sturdy blending charts contain over 120 blends for you to make
out of just the Basic 12 Labcolor Colorants. ...click to read more
Coral Orange La Bomb- "creativity"...click to read more
Cornflower Blue La Bomb- "serenity"...click to read more
Countryside Amethyst...click to read more
Countryside Blue Dust...click to read more
Countryside Blue...click to read more
Countryside Mauve...click to read more
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