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    Winter White Mica

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    Product description

    Don't risk those pesky streaks with your soaps - choose Winter White Mica! This bright white will add a snowy glow to your lathers that won't leave any specks behind - the perfect alternative to titanium dioxide!


    Ingredients & Info

    📁 SDS

    INCI: Fluorphlogopite, titanium dioxide
    Micron Size: <15

    Cosmetic use:
    • Eyes
    • Lips
    • Bath Bombs
    • External Use

    Ideal for:
    • Soap
    • Resin
    • Crafts
    • Lotion
    • Butters
    • Wax Melts
    • Nail Polish

    Prop 65: Titanium dioxide (airborne, unbound particles of respirable size) is on the Proposition 65 list because it can cause cancer. Exposure to titanium dioxide may increase the risk of cancer. Once incorporated into a liquid or solid base it is no longer airborne and falls off the Prop 65 list.

    Soap Use Notes

    • Use rate in cold & hot process soaps: 1-2 teaspoons per pound of oils.
    • Use rate in melt & pour soaps: .5 teaspoons per pound of oils.

    ~ More or less can be added to achieve your desired color. ~

    This can be used as an alternative to Titanium Dioxide. The samples shown in our pictures are typical use rates of 1 tsp. per pound which is not enough to significantly whiten soap.

    To use as an alternative to titanium dioxide, Winter White mica should be used at 3 tsp. per pound of oils. This will result in a much brighter white and there is no speckling as titanium dioxide can sometimes do.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 681 reviews
    S. (Guadalajara, MX)
    Great final touch!

    If you want a very very white bar, you need to check the bases oils, this is a good option and add some glitter, however, it wont be super white if you use for example olive oil.

    S. (Guadalajara, MX)
    Snow white

    Good color, add little sparkling touch. If you want a very white soap, I recommend to check first the oils, this will help but if you use for example a lot of olive oil, probably you wont get a 100% white soap.

    D.J. (Hendersonville, US)
    A great shinny white!

    Winter White adds that glimmer to your soap. So bright and easy to work with. Can add straight to your soap batter and no clumps!

    T. (Los Angeles, US)
    My go-to mica for mixing pale shades

    Want to lighten up discoloring FO's without risking chunks of white-specks from titanium dioxide? Want to make any color a little more pale or pastel with an easy blend? Winter White is perfect for mixing, blending, or just lightening some soap without the hassle and acceleration of TD, and I always keep a bunch on hand. (note: I still use TD when I want that clean snow-white color -- by itself, Winter White is great for achieving a slight cream or off-white.)

    M.E. (Denver, US)
    Beautiful in CP soap

    Very nice white with a touch of shine. Love it!

    Sara Herrera (Murrieta, US)
    Bright white

    I love the fact is bright and so easy to work with it, must have .

    L.N. (Lafayette Hill, US)
    pretty white

    I love this white, but I use this in bars that I dont want super-white. I prefer working with regular Titanium Dioxide for that.

    Leigh Ignas (Hendersonville, US)
    Go To White Mica

    This is my go to for white mica. It mixes well and is a beautiful white.

    Shima (Wellington, US)
    White Mica

    I use this as a color neutralizer in my soap and so far it has worked wonders.

    A. (Detroit, US)
    Perfect snow white

    Perfect snowy type of mica, looks amazing in CP and really gives it that true white with a bit of shine.

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