Mica blanc d'hiver

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🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free


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

Description

  • Use rate in cold & hot process soaps: 3 teaspoons per pound of oils.
  • Use rate in melt & pour soaps: .5 teaspoons per pound of oils.

This can be used as an alternative to Titanium Dioxide. The samples shown in our pictures are typical use rates of 1 tsp. per pound which is not enough to significantly whiten soap.

To use as an alternative to titanium dioxide, Winter White mica should be used at 3 tsp. per pound of oils. This will result in a much brighter white and there is no speckling as titanium dioxide can sometimes do.

If using in bath bombs, add polysorbate 80 at half your oils. For example, if your oil = 3 teaspoons, use polysorbate at 1.5 teaspoons. This will help prevent a color ring around the tub.


Color SDS/CoA/Safety
INCI Fluorphlogopite, titanium dioxide
Micron Size <15
FDA approved for Bath Bombs Yes
FDA approved for Eye Area Yes
FDA approved for Lips Yes

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Customer Reviews

Based on 440 reviews
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Laura Alzubi
yay!

It worked! I can't stand TD and was looking for a replacement. It is not "white out" color, which I actually like better. It is a nice creamy white, and so easy to use.

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Asia
Love this mica

After many failed attempts with titanium dioxide, I wanted to give a mica a shot. I love this mica. I used it in my honeysuckle soap and it was the perfect white that I needed. I will have to get a bigger size.

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Tamara I
Great

Very white! I only used it to paint my soaps so far but can imagine it will be very white in the soap. Came fast,, packaged great. I love Nurture Soap!

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B
Elegant

I find myself using this in everything - I had to buy the big jar! Makes colors pop, and (when used in bath bombs) the fluorphlogopite mica gives the water such a gorgeous, ethereal quality.

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Kathleen
Nice

I recently made some soap cupcakes and I didn't want to use TD for the frosting. I had made a pervious batch and didn't like the way the frosting smelled without fragrance. I like that you can use this as an alternative to TD. It worked really well, plus added bonus it didn't accelerate the frosting. I'm glad I found this, thank you Nurture Soap!

Customer Reviews

Based on 440 reviews
98%
(429)
2%
(10)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(1)
L
Laura Alzubi
yay!

It worked! I can't stand TD and was looking for a replacement. It is not "white out" color, which I actually like better. It is a nice creamy white, and so easy to use.

A
Asia
Love this mica

After many failed attempts with titanium dioxide, I wanted to give a mica a shot. I love this mica. I used it in my honeysuckle soap and it was the perfect white that I needed. I will have to get a bigger size.

T
Tamara I
Great

Very white! I only used it to paint my soaps so far but can imagine it will be very white in the soap. Came fast,, packaged great. I love Nurture Soap!

B
B
Elegant

I find myself using this in everything - I had to buy the big jar! Makes colors pop, and (when used in bath bombs) the fluorphlogopite mica gives the water such a gorgeous, ethereal quality.

K
Kathleen
Nice

I recently made some soap cupcakes and I didn't want to use TD for the frosting. I had made a pervious batch and didn't like the way the frosting smelled without fragrance. I like that you can use this as an alternative to TD. It worked really well, plus added bonus it didn't accelerate the frosting. I'm glad I found this, thank you Nurture Soap!