Wild Violet Plastic Free Mineral Glitter Powder


Wild Violet plastic free mineral glitter is a mineral based high impact glitter powder that is full of dramatic shine and sparkle! Most glitters are PET plastic based and do not break down in the environment having an adverse affect on marine wildlife. These glitter powders have no adverse effects since they are based on minerals. They are also vegan and cruelty free!

Violets gone wild...Complete with sparkles and loads of drama! This is not a shrinking violet, but a bold audacious violet flaunting her beauty. She has deep purple tones with fearless blue sparkles that capture the attention of all who see her!

Our mineral glitters are based on a synthetic mica that has a large particle size to be more glittery and bright.

Since our mineral glitters are based on synthetic fluorphlogopite (synthetic mica) they are a great choice for those who desire a responsibly sourced mineral powder that is not mined naturally. As child labor concerns rise, synthetic micas are becoming the preferred choice for cosmetics and soaps. Since these mica powders are lab created, they have superior clarity and shine compared to naturally mined micas.

Wild Violet can be used as a substitute for glitter in all types of soap and bath and body care products. It can be used to have a glitter effect on top of products and can also be used in cold process soaps to add shine and sparkle! It adds a dramatic effect like no other purple glitter we have ever tried. For maximum effect use in melt and pour soaps, but it works great in cold process, too!

Polysorbate 80 must be used when coloring bath bombs with our mineral glitters. This ingredient helps incorporate the color in bath bombs to prevent staining and will prevent a powder ring in the bathtub.

This item ships free to 48 states.

Product Information
MP Use Rate .5-1 tsp. per pound of oils Micron Size 30-150
CP Use Rate 1-2 tsp. per pound of oils Safe for Eyes Yes
Soap Stable Yes Safe for Lips Yes
Color Bleed or Migration No Safe for Lotions, etc. Yes

Label Information
Mica N/A 12003-38-2
Titanium Dioxide 77891 13463-67-7
Tin Oxide 77861 1309-37-1
Manganese Violet 77742 10101-66-3

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