Liquid Yellow:This non-bleeding yellow is yellow oxide dispersed in liquid (vegetable) glycerin.
Note: This product can be difficult to incorporate into cold process soap and speckling may result.
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Glycerin, Iron Oxide (CI 77492)Common Name: Glycerin, Iron Oxide
I tried to use this with liquid red and liquid blue to mix my own colors for my MP soaps but this color is not yellow - it's the same color as the King's Gold Mica without the shimmer. I'm disappointed I could only use this as a gold colorant and that it wasn't a bright yellow but as an item on its own, it's a good product.
One drop of this yellow added to one ounce of clear M&P resulted in a soft but strong yellow and opacified the soap. This is a valuable color- glad I got it.
A few drops is all you need to achieve the color shown so It'll last you along time.
How does the liquid colorants work with candles? Does it turn out good? The color blocks have very few options.
This works so very well! I also bought the red and blue 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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