Mica verde esmeralda

❤️ Responsibly Sourced
🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free


Talla: Bolsa de 5 gramos
Precio:
$1.50

Descripción

  • 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 base.

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

As with most green micas, this color may turn a darker brown or murky gray during saponification. Don't worry! If this happens, please wait up to 48 hours for the original green color to return in cold and hot process soaps. The color change will not occur in melt and pour soaps, due to these types of soap having a lower pH.


Color SDS/CoA/Safety
INCI Fluorphlogopite, titanium dioxide, hydrated chromium oxide green, tin oxide
Micron Size 10-60
FDA approved for Bath Bombs No - Read why here
FDA approved for Eye Area Yes
FDA approved for Lips No

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Customer Reviews

Based on 70 reviews
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S.W.
Nice green

At 1 tsp PPO in cp soap it is a nice bright green. Almost has a bit of bright blue note to it too. Worked well for piping tropical leaves onto cp soap. To get more of a true darker green emerald, would need to use closer to the 2 tsp PPO. No color morphing experienced or colored lather at 1 tsp PPO.

H
H.
Beautiful color with some sparkles

This is a beautiful emerald green with some sparkle. I used it in my CP soap, the color came out great!

A
A.G.
Perfect Emerald green

Will only use this emerald green from now on!!!

R
R.V.H.
Excellent Green!

I was looking for a vibrant green for my soap frosting that wasn’t too light, and this is it! It’s terrific!

C
C.C.
Looks fine!

I am brand new to CP soaping. Yesterday was the first time I've used a mica for colorant. I wanted a subtle green color for the 100% coconut milk soap I made yesterday. For the 1,440 gms of oils the recipe called for, I used one-half tsp of the Emerald Green mica and two tsp of white kaolin clay. I am surprised at how little mica it takes to color a 15-bar tall and skinny mold full of soap batter! I'm not qualified to rate this colorant against anything else, due to my lack of experience. But it mixed easily (into a couple tsp of Sweet Almond oil, as the carrier), looked very flashy when mixed, and came out the color I was looking for. I used no titanium dioxide; only the white kaolin clay which was enough 'white' to make the color a pastel green. I won't be able to cut it for another couple of days; it's still pretty soft. I did NOT insulate this (even though you can see a towel around the mold) and so it did NOT go through gel phase. I already made that mistake a few days ago with a 50% goat milk soap I made. I can hardly wait to try the TRIAL BY FIRE, I've read great things about this colorant.

Customer Reviews

Based on 70 reviews
97%
(68)
3%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
S.W.
Nice green

At 1 tsp PPO in cp soap it is a nice bright green. Almost has a bit of bright blue note to it too. Worked well for piping tropical leaves onto cp soap. To get more of a true darker green emerald, would need to use closer to the 2 tsp PPO. No color morphing experienced or colored lather at 1 tsp PPO.

H
H.
Beautiful color with some sparkles

This is a beautiful emerald green with some sparkle. I used it in my CP soap, the color came out great!

A
A.G.
Perfect Emerald green

Will only use this emerald green from now on!!!

R
R.V.H.
Excellent Green!

I was looking for a vibrant green for my soap frosting that wasn’t too light, and this is it! It’s terrific!

C
C.C.
Looks fine!

I am brand new to CP soaping. Yesterday was the first time I've used a mica for colorant. I wanted a subtle green color for the 100% coconut milk soap I made yesterday. For the 1,440 gms of oils the recipe called for, I used one-half tsp of the Emerald Green mica and two tsp of white kaolin clay. I am surprised at how little mica it takes to color a 15-bar tall and skinny mold full of soap batter! I'm not qualified to rate this colorant against anything else, due to my lack of experience. But it mixed easily (into a couple tsp of Sweet Almond oil, as the carrier), looked very flashy when mixed, and came out the color I was looking for. I used no titanium dioxide; only the white kaolin clay which was enough 'white' to make the color a pastel green. I won't be able to cut it for another couple of days; it's still pretty soft. I did NOT insulate this (even though you can see a towel around the mold) and so it did NOT go through gel phase. I already made that mistake a few days ago with a 50% goat milk soap I made. I can hardly wait to try the TRIAL BY FIRE, I've read great things about this colorant.

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