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Non-Bleeding Cherry - (sold by volume) This is a very concentrated non-bleeding brilliant red, bright and almost neon pink in White Melt & Pour and in Cold Process soap. In Clear Melt & Pour, a nice pink red results. Another gorgeous option for red.

Tip: Occassionally we get speckles in our Melt & Pour soap with this color. To prevent this we mix a little rubbing alcohol with the colorant to help dissolve any little dye specks before mixing it into the soap base.

Note: This product can be difficult to incorporate into cold process soap and speckling may result.

INCI: Glycerin, D&C Red 27 Lake.

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by Alison
on 10/3/2014
Bled into white :/
Tried doing a layered soap with using just white m&p. I've done this dozens of times with the old non-bleed red, and since it was discontinued, I had to try out this cherry color as it stated it was non-bleed. Well, I did my usual stripes (about 1/3" thick of each color) and while I expect there to be issues generally, the color after only a week has migrated into the white, causing it to be really pink. :/ This really won't work, and I'm disappointed that I'm unable to purchase the former non-bleed red again. :/ Looks like I may have to discontinue making the specific soaps that require non-bleed red until this can be resolved.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Alison! I'm sorry this colorant wasn't your favorite. We've found it doesn't bleed, as seen in this Licorice Candy Soap tutorial. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!

by Mary
on 8/19/2014
More Pink than Red
Looked red when mixed in measuring cup but when layered using clear M&P base it came out bright neon pink. Can't recommend as a red colorant unless red part is at least 1/2 inch thick. Great for making maraschino cherry accents. For layers in choc. cherry cake soap, not recommended. I will give liquid red oxide a try next.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Mary! I'm sorry this color wasn't your favorite. It creates a beautiful red pink in Clear Melt and Pour, as seen in this Goodness Gracious, Great Balls of Freedom Tutorial. If you'd like a darker red, you may want to add a little bit of Burgundy Pigment to your color mixture. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!

by cathy
on 6/2/2014
True Red
If your looking for a true red for M&P then this is it!
by Bobbie
on 12/31/2013
Purple
I used this color in cp soap with a bucket swirl technique with black and TD in the base. The color appeared to be wonderful dark pink before the soap set. After pouring and setting, around the edges of the mold the cherry red swirls are a deep purple. Not sure what caused this to happen just at the edges I assume it had something to do with the heat from the gel stage. The middle is a beautiful magenta pink. The soap is absolutely beautiful, since its a swirl it isn't a problem. I will put alchol in my color solution to make sure that it is completely disolved.
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