Red Brazilian Clay

Size: 5 gram jar
Sale price$2.00


Red Brazilian Clay has naturally occurring copper, selenium, magnesium, zinc, and magnesium. Brazilian clays add a wonderful silky lather to soaps. They impart the most color in gelled cold process soaps.

INCI: Kaolin

Ideal for:
• Soap
• Resin
• Crafts
• Wax Melts

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

~ More or less can be added to achieve your desired color. These usage rates are recommended for no colored lather. ~

Clay should be mixed with water before adding to cold process soap. Mixing well before adding to soap will help prevent clumps or streaks. Mix 1 part clay to 1 part water until fully saturated then add the mixture to your soap.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 90 reviews
Behaves well in soap

Beautiful clay, gives a peachy pink color when used 1tsp/1lb oils. Disperses well and doesn't clump when handled correctly.

Red Brazilian Clay

Soft, silky cp soap with a different orangy color.

Red Brazilian Clay

I love using Red Brazilian Clay in my essential oil soap line. The amount you use depends on the color you will get in cp soap. I used a small amount in my cp soap recipe and the color came out a very light golden red, so if you want a darker red, you would want to use more.

Red Brazilian Clay

Odd color, deep and rich orange. Works great in shave & beard soaps.

Rich Color

I made a test batch of soap using the various clays I had on hand for colorant.
The top layer is Nurture Soap Red Brazilian Clay and the one second layer is Nurture Soap Black Brazilian Clay. The red clay gave a strong orange color. Each layer is about 6 oz of batter with about 1.25 tsp of clay mixed with 1 tbsp of distilled water add for colorant. I was very pleased with the out come I got with the Red Brazilian Clay. The color is very deep and rich. I will definitely purchase this clay again.