Alpine Green Mica


🌎 Responsibly Sourced
🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free

Taille: Sac de 5 grammes
Prix:
Prix réduit$1.50

Description

Le mica vert alpin est un vert foncé qui se comporte de manière spectaculaire dans les savons à froid. Idéal pour fondre et verser et pour les savons à chaud. C'est la couleur des forêts de conifères ou de pins.

INCI: Mica (CI 77019) Iron Oxide Red (CI 77491), Pigment Green 7 (CI 74260)
Micron Size: 10-60

Cosmetic use:
• Eyes
• 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.

• 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.

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Customer Reviews

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Always reaching for this color

It is just SO pretty and versatile that I find myself using it all the time, from pine tree to even grass shades.

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Worth it

I like to mix this with lime appeal or a neon to make it a nice bright green.

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Forest

I ordered this color since it made me think of a forest. I think I am going to use it on a cold process soap. The color is pretty, it has some sparkle which looks great.

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Love this for my muted greens.

This is the perfect green to create colors like spearmint. I mix it with titanium dioxide.

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If you need to use a contrasting color

this would be the color, use it with light green or mix with white.