Micas are recommended over pigments to use in melt and pour base because they incorporate more easily. We sell micas by weight, not volume - one ounce (powdered) is generally 6 to 8 tablespoons of mica, and a little goes a long way.
Click here for a list of lip safe micas and colorants!
Click here for a list of our eye safe micas and colorants!
This ultramarine is more subtle than our Ultramarine Blue (medium), with hints of sparkly iridescence...click to read more
Amethyst Purple Mica: This is a deep and rich purple that pairs perfectly with a lavender fragrance in soaps or lotions. Due to the Ferric Ferrocyanide ...click to read more
Antique Blue Mica: This mica shimmers and shines beautifully - it's a dual colored mica; one side of the eensy teensy platelet is blue and the other is ...click to read more
Apricot Blush Mica: This newest mica is lip-balm safe and perfect for use in eyeshadows and lipsticks - photo coming soon....click to read more
Aqua Pearl Mica...click to read more
Blue Green Mica: Delicate shimmery green with
blue undertones this darling mica is perfect for mermaids or perhaps just mermaid soaps! Unfortunately, ...click to read more
Cellini Blue Mica: This is a deep, vibrant teal blue color. It is also an edible mica so it can be used in body dust, body butters and lip butters. ...click to read more
Bronze Mica: This Bronze Mica takes first place in our book. It is a true and shimmery bronze that is great for that sun-kissed look. It sparkles in clear ...click to read more
Currently out of stock. Estimated to be back on March 30th
Currently out of stock. Estimated to be back on March 28th
Copper Mica: Beautiful and shimmering, this color is a
delightful color that you can use to tone down too-bright pinks, oranges and
reds or just make ...click to read more
Great for those darker fall colors and perfect for some of our Holiday Fragrances..
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