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    Titanium Dioxide

    $3.99 USD

    We carry the highest quality Titanium Dioxide with 99.9% purity for optimal performance. Non-nano and water-soluble and perfect for all your DIY projects.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 646 reviews
    D.M. (Orange, US)
    Wonderful in CP soap!

    So easy to use and so much better to incorporate that oil based T.D.

    Benedicte Kpeta (Portland, US)

    This TD is pure, I like the wait it dissolves in water and disperses in the soap batter

    Shannon Andrus (Grandville, US)
    CP soap

    Works well!

    Donna Tillson (Houston, US)
    Best TD I've used

    Love this TD from Nurture Soap. It dissolves really well in water. I mix into lye solution before mixing into CP soap. Works especially well if I am using a colored oil, like olive oil, to keep the mica colors true.

    J. (Baltimore, US)
    The truth

    This td is super pigmented. Just a little and I get a very good white.

    S.E. (Omaha, US)
    So easy to mix

    This is so easy to use! It practically dissolves itself in water. Very satisfied with this product.

    3.P.S.C. (Ripley, US)
    Mixes well, performs perfectly

    I've used TD from 2 other vendors and this somehow mixes easier in water than others. I always pre-batch in water and just shake before use. This one isn't nearly as clumpy as others.

    L. (Madison Heights, US)
    Works great...just have to get the clumps out

    I've mixed with water and maybe I used too much water because my soap definitely had more moisture in it where it was white. I now only use with oil and just have to blend well to get it smooth. Will try again with less water to see how it turns out. It does give a very white color when used with light batter...when using with a batter that was discolored by fragrance oil, the color was more of a very light tan and had to use more TD.

    Braunyman (Stockholm, US)
    Titanium dioxide (water soluble)

    Was acceptable though there were a few clumps despite thorough mixing.

    P.C. (Richmond, US)
    so white

    I use it to make pastel shades for CP soaps combining with dark micas and CP soap white base.