In my "go-to" CP recipe, I found it was helpful to add a touch of TD to my soap batter before adding this mica, because with my base oils, it wants to go a bit green-ish (normal for soft blues and my recipe). Adding TD helps to bring out that true baby blue color without the mica having to compete with my base oils & it's SOOOO PRETTY!! In MP it's absolutely gorgeous as well, and as Katie Carson of Royalty Soaps just demonstrated in her last video, it makes for the PERFECT robin's egg blue too (check out the embeds she made- TOO STINKIN CUTE!!!) This mica actually made the COOLEST color in my latest batch too, where I used a discoloring FO! It's a fragrance I've soaped with before, so I know it goes a solid tan. I was curious to see how this mica would work with the natural discoloration of that FO, and I couldn't have been happier with the results! My soap didn't go tan, but didn't go straight blue either- the war between vanillin and soft blue resulted in the most incredible shade of sea foam green-blue I've ever seen! Worked out BETTER than I had envisioned because the scent was Driftwood, so the color scheme worked out awesome for the name I wanted to call it ("Shipwrecked")! However which way I choose to use this mica, I can achieve a BEAUTIFUL & true baby blue, all the way to sea foam green in my CP batches... That makes it a wonderfully versatile shade for me that I'll be back for more of undoubtedly!
Baby Blue Mica
Love it! Looks so nice when I make my baby boy soaps.. perfect color!
Oh. My. Goodness.
I love this color in my melt and pour. It is the baby blue of my dreams. Perfect for a frosty fall/winter soap! There’s a reason my supply closet is only stocked with Nurture Soaps micas!
Only place I Buy. Mica
Thank you nurture soap for putting out the best products. I only buy mica here and over the past year started trying their fragrances. Everything is top notch, most oils and all colors are already tested so no suprises when soaping. This mica in particular....beautiful.