Polvo de Lago Azul Certificado por Lote 1

Talla: Tarro de 5 gramos
Precio de venta$2.00


Nuestra laca de aluminio Blue 1 tiene una concentración del 36%. Este color es un azul pitufo verdadero, brillante. Para facilitar su uso, la información de certificación de lotes está disponible en cada frasco de tintes y lacas que vende Nurture Soap.

INCI: FD&C Blue No. 1 Al. Lake

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

Prop 65: This product is not on the CA Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals.

Lakes are very concentrated! A little goes a very long way. Dye can stain hands, counter tops, or anything it touches. Wear gloves and protect all work surfaces.

Cold Process Soap: Lakes are not recommended for CP soap. They tend to morph, migrate into other colors, and bleed.

Liquid & MP Soaps: Lakes can be premixed in glycerin then added to liquid and melt & pour soaps. be sure to mix very well or you may end up with colored powder speckles in your soap!

Bath Bombs: Lakes don't need to be bloomed like dyes do and they're super easy to use! Only a small amount is needed. We recommend using a .15cc mini scoop and add color slowly until you reach your desired shade. you may also premix the lake in a small amount of glycerin before adding to your bath bomb mix to prevent speckling.

Use Polysorbate 80! Polysorbate 80 should be used with lakes at half your oils to prevent a ring around the tub or staining. For example, if your oils = 3 teaspoons use 1.5 teaspoons of polysorbate 80.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 176 reviews
Sam Wingo

This is my first time using lakes and it did NOT dissapoint. Shipping was quick and was placed in my mailbox with no problem. Definitely will be ordering again!

Beautiful blue

A very lush color a favorite for bath bombs

Kaylin Seubert
Perfect for bath bombs!

I love being able to use a dry ingredient to color my bath bombs. It makes the process much easier and is more efficient than having to bloom a dye and wait for the baking soda to dry out. This powder works really well. It is very pigmented so a little tiny scoop will go a long way!

Shannon Duncan
Love these lake colors for bath bombs

Love these lake colors for bath bombs

Heather Biela
Works great!

I use it to color bath salts. Just three micro scoops per bath gives the water a nice bright blue color.