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.
Luster Black Mica: We love to use a touch of this color for deepening pinks and reds in our lip colors and balms. Also fabulous for a sophisticated dark ribbon swirl through lighter soaps....click to read more
Mauvey Gem Mica: This light pink color is lovely in melt and pour and lotion bars. It provides a nice light shimmer without the garishness of a bright
Merlot (Crimson) Sparkle Mica: Just right for mixing with Berry Wine, AppleJack Peel, or...click to read more
Non-bleeding Teal, a liquid blue green
Party Pink Mica: If you need a bold, shimmering pink to add excitement to your products, this is the pink for you!...click to read more
Patina Sheen Mica: This green is more of a sage green than our Pearl Green. It's got a lovely iridescent quality to it that makes it perfect for scents...click to read more
Radiant Plum Colorant is a powdered oil based color, approved for soaps and lotions....click to read more
Red Blue Mica: Pretty iridescent deep pink that shimmers with blue undertones. Our Red/Blue is lovely in clear melt
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
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
Tangerine Wow! Colorant is a powdered oil based color, approved for soaps and lotions....click to read more
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