Blue: This is ultramarine blue crushed finely and dispersed in pure vegetable glycerin. If you've had clumping problems in your melt and pour before with this colorant, you'll be pleased at the ease of use for this liquid color. This colorant is non-bleeding.
Note: This product can be difficult to incorporate into cold process soap and speckling may result.
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Glycerin, Ultramarines (CI 77007)Common Name: Glycerin, Ultramarines
This doesn't turn out quite a royal blue as I had hoped but rather gives more of a deep denim blue. It's still a good colorant and serves my purpose in both M&P and HP soap.
I have several colors and I love them in my Melt & Pour soaps. Can these be used in Cold Process?
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Jeanne! Great question! I wouldn't recommend using the Non-Bleeding Liquid Colorants, like our Liquid Blue, in cold process soap. This is because they can be difficult to incorporate into CP and speckling can occur.
One drop of color in one ounce of M&P clear gives a bright medium blue. The color did not make the soap opaque- light shines through this color nicely. It also mixes well and predictably with other colors and blends into the hot soap without a problem.
This works so very well! I also bought the yellow and red so I could mix colors to my liking. There is no clumping, bleeding color or anything else. As far as I can tell, it doesn't even effect the smell. Since trying these, I find I prefer the liquid non-bleeding colors to the powdered ones (except the mica. For some reason, those do splendidly for me).
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