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It turned the worst color brown

My soap turned an ugly color brown...that is so unappealing. I wouldn't care however I was making a face soap and it has some really skin loving ingredients. I used Argan oil - which is not cheap. I think when people see it they are going to think it is disgusting. Seriously because of the oils I used and the quantites it cost me like $2 buck a bar to make. Guess we will have to wait and see. :(

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
When using the Kelly Green Mica in cold process soap it initially will turn a dark olive green color which can definitely be shocking. Though it will return to its original color in the finished soap during cure time. See an example of this color in CP soap pictured above or in our Layered Handmade Soap Kit & Tutorial.

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Considering the negative reviews below are over a year old you would think you could have updated the CP pictures by now, it's nowhere near the color of the mica itself let alone the sample pictures. And this was with a FO that doesn't discolor.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
You are absolutely right -- we've updated those pictures as of 9/8/2017.

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It does exactly as it says, it turns a mossy green color when you first mix it but when you are ready to unmold and slice it's back to a delightful perfect green. Love the color!

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Agreed! Not even close!

In MP, it performs as expected. In CP on the other hand, it's a slightly unattractive green. It's muddy and olive instead of the gorgeous mint color in the photo. Hugely disappointed!

Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Jean! Thank you so much for your feedback! I'm glad our Kelly Green Mica performed as expected in melt and pour soap, though I'm sorry you were disappointed with the results in cold process. There have been a few similar negative reviews, so we are going to test this color again in cold process. In the meantime, for a similar color to what's pictured in the cold process sample above, try our Kermit Green Mica. Customer service has contacted you directly about this issue.

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I love this green color! It matches exactly to the pictures above in my cold process soap. I like to mix it wilt parsley flakes for a grassy green color or use it by itself for a miny color. I will be forever inorperating this in my soaps.