Liquid Pink:This ultramarine pink color is evenly dispersed in liquid glycerin so that there is no clumping in melt and pour and the colorant is non-bleeding in soap.
Note: This product can be difficult to incorporate into cold process soap and speckling may result.
April 2015: The shade of this product changed slightly and is now a little pinker and a little lighter.
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Glycerin, Ultramarines (CI 77007)Common Name: Glycerin, Ultramarines
One drop of this pink mixed with once ounce of clear M&P made a very very pale clear pink- just like pink quartz. It is a very delicate color. If you are looking for a deep pink, count on using A LOT of this colorant.
I've had success dissolving oxides in oil. I typically take some of the melted oil for CP and put it in a small jar. Then add a small (very small) amount of the oxide. Shake it up. It disperses better in hot oils. I've had very little speckling this way. You may still get speckle if you use too much oxide powder. I realize this article was about liquid oxides.
I've manually dissolved powdered oxides in liquid glycerin, more speckle is the result in my experience so far...
This is more of a purple then pink. Very disappointed.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Cathy! I'm sorry this color was not the pink you were looking for. We used this pink colorant in our Eggcellent Easter Egg Melt and Pour Project, and loved the soft pink it gave. If you are looking for other pink colorant options, you may like the you may like the
Fired up Fuchsia Color Block,
Electric Bubblegum Color Block!
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