All of the colorants in this category are non-bleeding, which means they won't migrate or blend into other colors when layered in soap. But keep in mind, if you over color your soap it can bleed, even when you use non-bleeding colorants. So be sure to use the minimum amount of color you can and if you want a deep rich soap color always start with a clear base.
This ultramarine is more subtle than our Ultramarine Blue (medium), with hints of sparkly iridescence...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
"Midnight", black is a great color to have in any collection -- creates an impressive and classic contrast against white.
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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
Brick Red: This reminds me of a fire house, with all the beautiful bricks setting off the power inside -- it's that great color of deep red with a tinge ...click to read more
Currently out of stock. Estimated to be back on April 18th
Currently out of stock. Estimated to be back on May 2nd
Great for those darker fall colors and perfect for some of our Holiday Fragrances..
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Electric Bubble Gum Colorant is a powdered oil based color, approved for soaps, lotions and lip products...click to read more
Fired Up Fuchsia Colorant is a powedered oil based color, approved for soaps, lotions and lip products...click to read more
Fizzy Lemonade Colorant is a powdered oil based color, approved for soaps and lotions....click to read more
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Mom, soaper and self-proclaimed “Jill of all Trades,” Jill Keck of Calise Soapworks is a soapmaker that stands out. She uses bright colors, adventurous techniques and skin-nourishing ingredients to craft […]
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