Oxyde de fer noir

❤️ Responsibly Sourced
🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free


Taille: Pot de 1 oz
Prix:
Prix réduit$4.20

Description

  • Use rate in cold & hot process soaps: .5-1 teaspoons per pound of oils.
  • Use rate in melt & pour soaps: .25-.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. ~

Less is more when using black iron oxide! It's a very strong pigment. It will not migrate into other colors but will bleed if too much is used. Bleed will cause stained washcloths or cause the color to run down the side of the shower!

The greatest benefit of black iron oxide is that it will create a very deep black in soaps and will not migrate into other colors. It can be added to activated charcoal or black mica to create truly black soaps (no gray!)


Color SDS/CoA/Safety
INCI Black Iron Oxide
Micron Size N/A
FDA approved for Bath Bombs Yes
FDA approved for External Use Yes
FDA approved for Eye Area Yes
FDA approved for Lips Yes

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Customer Reviews

Based on 94 reviews
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Katherine Haan
Blackest of black

I hardly used any of this, and it got soooooo black. I love it!!

T
Tanya S
Just what I needed

I created a soap dedicated to the Kings of Africa, I needed a rich black color to represent the soil of Africa-let me tell you, activated charcoal will not be my go-to for black in CP soap anymore :)

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Patricia Roush
Perfect

Very black and easy to use.

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Zuzu
Its Black Oxide!

Nothing much to say! Its black iron oxide! Gives the blackest black without discoloration or migration that you can get in CP. I like to use a little bit of charcoal and enough black oxide to get the color that I want in soap, as I find that charcoal often stays gray or even discolors to a greenish gray color. Black Oxide is the most reliable. I like nurture's jars as well! They're better than the ziploc bags I was receiving my oxide in before.

S
Scentsational scents
Lasts forever

I use very little, it’s a beautiful black

Customer Reviews

Based on 94 reviews
99%
(93)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
K
Katherine Haan
Blackest of black

I hardly used any of this, and it got soooooo black. I love it!!

T
Tanya S
Just what I needed

I created a soap dedicated to the Kings of Africa, I needed a rich black color to represent the soil of Africa-let me tell you, activated charcoal will not be my go-to for black in CP soap anymore :)

P
Patricia Roush
Perfect

Very black and easy to use.

Z
Zuzu
Its Black Oxide!

Nothing much to say! Its black iron oxide! Gives the blackest black without discoloration or migration that you can get in CP. I like to use a little bit of charcoal and enough black oxide to get the color that I want in soap, as I find that charcoal often stays gray or even discolors to a greenish gray color. Black Oxide is the most reliable. I like nurture's jars as well! They're better than the ziploc bags I was receiving my oxide in before.

S
Scentsational scents
Lasts forever

I use very little, it’s a beautiful black