Indigo Powder

❤️ Responsibly Sourced
🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free


Size: 1 oz jar
Price:
Sale price$7.20

Description

  • Use rate in cold & hot process soaps: 1 teaspoon 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. ~

Indigo can be incorporated into soap in many different ways:

  • Add the powder directly to soap. This will result in a grayish-blue color. 
  • Add indigo to hot lye water and let it sit, then add it to soap. This will be darker blue.
  • Oil infusion. Add the indigo powder to oils and apply low heat (i.e.crock pot). Let the indigo infuse into the oils for several hours and then add to soap. You may want to strain the oils to ensure you don't get any powder bits in your soaps.

We suggest trying all three methods to see which works best for you!


Color SDS/CoA/Safety

INCI Baphicacanthus Cusia (Nees) Bremek Powder
Micron Size N/A
FDA approved for Bath Bombs No
FDA approved for External Use No
FDA approved for Eye Area No
FDA approved for Lips No

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Customer Reviews

Based on 104 reviews
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Sarah
Lovely!

I have never used indigo powder until now and I am in love. What a beautiful color it came out. And after researching you can play with amount PPO for quite the range!

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Gwendolyn LeJunie
Indigo powder

I was excited to use this powder. I wasn't aware you have to use more than what I put into the soap. I does go to a gray after a while so I know I sure have to use quite a bit more next time!

G
Gwendolyn LeJunie
Indigo powder

It's a very nice blue but I wasn't aware I needed to add a lot. It fades to a greyish blue in CP soap.

D
Debbie Sultemeier
Love this indigo

I have used this indigo powder in many batches of soap and people really like it. I have several wholesale customers who only want me to use natural colorants. This indigo enables me to add a nice blue color to my lineup. The grayish blue color is especially nice for an ocean soap. In my picture the round soap is a salt soap and the rectangle is a cold process soap.

R
Rhondas Natural Soap
Beautiful Blue clay

I love this clay because its a hard to find and produces a nice color in my cp soaps, my customers love it.

Customer Reviews

Based on 104 reviews
96%
(100)
3%
(3)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Sarah
Lovely!

I have never used indigo powder until now and I am in love. What a beautiful color it came out. And after researching you can play with amount PPO for quite the range!

G
Gwendolyn LeJunie
Indigo powder

I was excited to use this powder. I wasn't aware you have to use more than what I put into the soap. I does go to a gray after a while so I know I sure have to use quite a bit more next time!

G
Gwendolyn LeJunie
Indigo powder

It's a very nice blue but I wasn't aware I needed to add a lot. It fades to a greyish blue in CP soap.

D
Debbie Sultemeier
Love this indigo

I have used this indigo powder in many batches of soap and people really like it. I have several wholesale customers who only want me to use natural colorants. This indigo enables me to add a nice blue color to my lineup. The grayish blue color is especially nice for an ocean soap. In my picture the round soap is a salt soap and the rectangle is a cold process soap.

R
Rhondas Natural Soap
Beautiful Blue clay

I love this clay because its a hard to find and produces a nice color in my cp soaps, my customers love it.