Sample bags contain one generous teaspoon (approx. 3-4 g).
Snake island. A treacherous place where snakes rule the land. This color reminds us of the thousands upon thousands of snakes we've seen on National Geographic's documentary on the Island.
This mica is very dark in color.... a dark green with a blue undertone and depending on your oil or fragrances used the color may appear more blue than green. In clear MP soap the shimmer remains.
|Snake Island (SDS/MSDS)||Green Mica|
|Ingredients||Mica (CI 77019) titanium dioxide (CI 77891), chromium oxide green (CI 77288)|
|Solubility||Disperses in oil|
|Particle Size||10-60 µm|
|FDA Permitted Cosmetic Uses|
|General (Including Lips)||No|
Usage rates in Cold Process soap: 1-2 tsp. per pound of oils.
Usage rates in Melt & Pour soap: 1/4-1/2 tsp per pound of M&P base.
Adjust these calculations to lighten or darken your desired hue. These amounts create bright colors with no colored suds.
I have noticed that the Mad Micas colorants do several things. when mixed with other micas they give off a brilliance that the original mica did not have. It makes beautiful colors when mixed with other micas and you do not need to use a lot of it in melt and pour to get the color you are looking for. This color is fantastic. the picture below is snake island green mixed with another green mica that was really butt ugly until I added MM color
Snake island is a beautiful green with blue tint. I used it in CP and the color was beautiful.
I love this color! It's a beautiful dark green.
Snake Island is the perfect green. A deep, rich color with just a bit of a blue undertone.
I ordered some Snake Island Green with a recent purchase, and I have to say, this is a beautiful color! So far I've mostly used it as an accent color, but I have larger plans for it as well. It's a really wonderful green with a little bit of blue in it, but it's not quite teal, still more green. It's definitely on my list of things I'll be reordering when I run out.