This color is very stable in cold process soap. As with most green micas, this color may turn a darker brown or murky gray during saponification. 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.
To use in cold process soap, you may add this color directly to your very thinly traced soap batter and stir with a hand blender. You may also blend with a bit of your soap making oils first, and then add this blend to your soap. Both methods work very well and which one you choose is your preference.
To use this mica in melt and pour soaps, add to a bit of 91% or higher rubbing alcohol first to fully disperse the mica. This will ensure you do not have clumps of color in your MP base.
I got a little sample of this in a bag and then a jar. Perfect color green. I can't wait to get more.
❤️ this green mica
I absolutely love this celadon green mica. It’s actually a universal green color that blends perfectly with any other color you swirl or design with.
I have a thing for green and this one is just perfect for my soaping needs.
Love this green!
Absolutely love this green. Not usually a fan of greens, but this one is visually pleasant. Such a gorgeous shade that works perfectly in two of our novelty soaps. First thing husband said when he saw this was "oh like Celadon City from Pokemon"? HA!!
LOVE this mica
I use this mica for cp soap and I LOVE the color!!! Doesn’t accelerate at all and stays the true color. Highly recommend