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.
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Titanium Dioxide: "Angel White" natural pigment that is both oil and water soluble. ...click to read more
Ultramarine Blue: "Lapis", deep, bright & wonderfully blue, this is a beautiful color. A 'must have' to mix with Violet ...click to read more
Ultramarine Pink: "Baby Doll Pink", this is a great shade of pastel pink, perfect for any sort of baby soap or Valentine's Day Soap.
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Ultramarine Violet: "Light Purple", this is a beautiful match for our "Lilac" fragrance or mix it with our Ultramarine Blue for an amazing dark purp...click to read more
Ultraviolet Blue Colorant is a powdered oil based color, approved for soaps and lotions...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
Liquid White Titanium Dioxide (sold by volume): This is a fantastic and easy-to-use white for melt and pour. This is normal titanium dioxide dispersed evenly in liquid glycerin. ...click to read more
Yellow Oxide: A lovely muted earthy yellow, this is a great alternative to FD&C Yellow. Use this anytime you want a more natural look to your soaps. ...click to read more
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