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Disappointed in CP

I also had trouble with this fading to a brownish color in CP. And it ruins the look of my soap. Not sure what to do with it now.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
This colorant should not discolor in cold process soap. It sounds like you may have used a discoloring fragrance oil as seen in our "Why Did my Soap Turn Brown?" blog post. Customer service has contacted you directly to help troubleshoot.

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I adore this green. So so gorgeous for a "mint" color. Let it go through a nice job fairs and you will have the best possible color. It behaves wonderfully for me in CP soap.

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Perfect Lime Green

This is one of my favorite green micas. I have used this in a few soaps where I need a light or lime green shade and it's perfect. I've never experienced any color morphing with this mica. It is always a true shade of pale green. It is perfect in my Lily of the Valley soaps and it contrasts very nicely with a pale pink in other floral soaps. I'd give this more stars if I could!

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Color morphed

I used this in cold process soaps and after curing for a few days, the color has morphed into a brownish green. I followed the instructions and use in conjunction with ultramarine blue, and green oxide. Very disappointing.

Nice Green!

I just bought this and had to put it to good use. I made Eucalyptus Spearmint (Essential Oil) CP soap. I swirled (in the pot) it with one part "Caribbean Blue" mica and one part Titanium Dioxide. It mixed in very well and turned out so lovely. The green is a great mellow green. Fresh green, not strong like some other greens I have.