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!
Red Blue Mica: Pretty iridescent deep pink
that shimmers with blue undertones. Our Red/Blue is lovely in clear melt ...click to read more
Rose Pearl Mica: Our Rose Pearl mica has a charming pink shimmer.
Sadly, it fades to a pasty gray in cold process soap. This mica is approved for
use ...click to read more
Shamrock Green Mica: This bright, vibrant mica is a bleeding color but makes for a wonderful green! It's safe to use in lip products but does take a ...click to read more
Soft Beige: Soft and sophisticated, this neutral color has the lightest pink hue to it that makes the best natural looking eye shadows and lip balms. ...click to read more
Sparkle Violet Mica: This is a white/violet mica. The mica platelets are
coated on one side with a lovely white pearl and the other side with a light
violet, ...click to read more
Super Pearly White Mica: Sparkly and pearly all in one! This white mica is
dazzling in clear melt and pour soap and we really love the way it looks when
combined ...click to read more
Limited Time Only...click to read more
Vintage Grey Mica: Use this to get an excellent sophisticated gray in your clear soaps. In white soap, this turns a flat gray (as there is no light ...click to read more
Violacious Violet Mica: Use this light shimmery pink purple color when you want more of a satin look than the Violet Pearl provides. As with all micas, ...click to read more
Yellow Mica: This is a bright yellow mica that is safe for use in lip products. Because of its oil solubility, it is a little more difficult to mix ...click to read more
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