Polvo de tinte turquesa

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🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free


Talla: Tarro de 5 gramos
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Precio de venta$2.50

Descripción

The powder in the jar may look different than you expect! Dyes need to be added to water to turn into their true color.

Dyes 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: Dyes are not recommended for CP soap. They tend to morph, migrate into other colors, and bleed.

Liquid & MP Soaps: They are absolutely wonderful for use in melt & pour and liquid soaps. Dilute the dye with a bit of water then add to your soap.

Bath Bombs: Dyes are best when bloomed before adding to your bath bomb recipe. Blooming means to dissolve a bit of dye in water first, then add to the baking soda that goes in your bath bomb mix. 

Lori at The Nova Studio offers an excellent tutorial on how to do this. You can access the tutorial here or watch the video below.


Color SDS/CoA/Safety
INCI FD&C Blue No. 1 Dye, FD&C Yellow No. 5 Dye
FDA approved for Bath Bombs Yes
FDA approved for External Use Yes
FDA approved for Eye Area Yes
FDA approved for Lips Yes

Read more about Color Additives Permitted for Use in Cosmetics (FDA).

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Customer Reviews

Based on 128 reviews
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Leslie l Hurlburt
Turquoise

So when I used this for my frosting it turned more of green color, which I'm sure was my fault but overall easy to use, and would recommend buying this one.

M
Marivelina Torres
Bath bomb

Nice color for bath bombs

K
Kara Shelley
Use Sparingly (it's potent af)

I hadn't used the turquoise dye powder before... for some reason I thought I'd need a decent amount to get the colour I wanted in my white melt and pour soap. Nope. I used way more than needed and everything took on a deep turquoise, I don't even know if there's a name for it. Lesson from this, use *sparingly*. Build up from there. I went ahead and made another batch of soap, this time playing with clear melt and pour and white melt and pour, I didn't need much at all and I got the exact colour I wanted. Both of them were stunning! It's perfect. Lesson learned.

A
Ana Mariscal

the pigment looks very good in candles and bath bombs

E
Elizabeth
Lovely colour and fantastic payoff albeit more of a sky blue than Turquoise colour to me

Fantastic colour payoff - a little really goes a long way.
I used 1/16tsp dye to 1cup of Baking Soda.

Customer Reviews

Based on 128 reviews
98%
(126)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
L
Leslie l Hurlburt
Turquoise

So when I used this for my frosting it turned more of green color, which I'm sure was my fault but overall easy to use, and would recommend buying this one.

M
Marivelina Torres
Bath bomb

Nice color for bath bombs

K
Kara Shelley
Use Sparingly (it's potent af)

I hadn't used the turquoise dye powder before... for some reason I thought I'd need a decent amount to get the colour I wanted in my white melt and pour soap. Nope. I used way more than needed and everything took on a deep turquoise, I don't even know if there's a name for it. Lesson from this, use *sparingly*. Build up from there. I went ahead and made another batch of soap, this time playing with clear melt and pour and white melt and pour, I didn't need much at all and I got the exact colour I wanted. Both of them were stunning! It's perfect. Lesson learned.

A
Ana Mariscal

the pigment looks very good in candles and bath bombs

E
Elizabeth
Lovely colour and fantastic payoff albeit more of a sky blue than Turquoise colour to me

Fantastic colour payoff - a little really goes a long way.
I used 1/16tsp dye to 1cup of Baking Soda.