Yellow Vibrance Mica

❤️ Responsibly Sourced
🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free


Size: 5 gram bag
Price:
Sale price$1.50

Description

  • Use rate in cold & hot process soaps: 1-2 teaspoons 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. ~

As with many yellow micas, this color may change to orange and back to yellow after 24 hours in cold process soaps.

If using in bath bombs, add polysorbate 80 at half your oils. For example, if your oil = 3 teaspoons, use polysorbate at 1.5 teaspoons. This will help prevent a color ring around the tub.


Color SDS/CoA/Safety
INCI Mica, titanium dioxide, iron oxide
Micron Size 10-60
FDA approved for Bath Bombs Yes
FDA approved for Eye Area Yes
FDA approved for Lips Yes

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Customer Reviews

Based on 162 reviews
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L
Laurin
Love it

Not the most intense vibrant yellow, but I personally love it! I enjoy softer kinds of yellows so it works perfectly for me!

E
Emilie Dodd
I made green with it.

I thought it would be easy to make green on my own. It turns out that my house has poor lighting because the green I made looked way better pouring than curing. It’s my fault and I’m glad I tried but I’ll buy green next time. I’m a noob.

S
Sylvia Chen
Love it!

A great sunny yellow that is my go to for a true yellow color!

S
Sam
Yeller

Could be a bit brighter for me.

V
Victorian Apothecary
Bright, bold yellow

This color is what I would consider a true bright yellow. I love how it looks in my soap, and I find myself looking for it whenever I need a yellow for my soaps. It blends well with other colors and looks bright and happy in cold process soap. Makes a nice pastel when mixed with titanium dioxide

Customer Reviews

Based on 162 reviews
94%
(152)
4%
(7)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
L
Laurin
Love it

Not the most intense vibrant yellow, but I personally love it! I enjoy softer kinds of yellows so it works perfectly for me!

E
Emilie Dodd
I made green with it.

I thought it would be easy to make green on my own. It turns out that my house has poor lighting because the green I made looked way better pouring than curing. It’s my fault and I’m glad I tried but I’ll buy green next time. I’m a noob.

S
Sylvia Chen
Love it!

A great sunny yellow that is my go to for a true yellow color!

S
Sam
Yeller

Could be a bit brighter for me.

V
Victorian Apothecary
Bright, bold yellow

This color is what I would consider a true bright yellow. I love how it looks in my soap, and I find myself looking for it whenever I need a yellow for my soaps. It blends well with other colors and looks bright and happy in cold process soap. Makes a nice pastel when mixed with titanium dioxide