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!
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
Snowflake Sparkle Mica: Add some sparkle to your life!...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,
Super Pearly White Mice...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
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
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