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Do Not use in bath bombs

When used in bath bombs it stains skin and bathtubs

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Mariah! While micas are safe in bath bombs, because they're powders they tend to float on the surface of the water and stick to the ring around the tub which makes for some extra cleanup -- though there shouldn't be any staining after you wipe it off! To help disperse the micas into the bathwater you can use Polysorbate 80 in your bath bombs as seen towards the end of our Black Bath Bombs blog post. If you're looking for other options you may prefer our LaBomb Colorants which are specifically designed for bath bombs. Customer service has contacted you directly to help troubleshoot.

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Beautiful Color

I bought this color for a summer soap I made. Color is gorgeous. Very pleased.

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I bought this as the "rainbow" color suggestion and it's absolutely stunning. Bold, beautiful, even color. Let it go through a nice gel phase and you'll have the best possible color.

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Caribbean Blue Mica

I love this color in my cold processed goat milk soap! It remained a very vibrant color in my soap. I will be buying more soon!


This is so, so pretty! Mica is usually easy to work with, and this was no exception. In my CP recipe, it was a vivid turquoise blue. I did gel and that seemed to really make it pop. Next time I use this I'll try it in a stronger concentration. It also looks like it'll be amazing to do a little mica painting with. The oil blen I use is very light, I imagine that in a recipe that used yellow oils (like EVO) the color will move toward green