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True Red Color Set

Regular price $ 15.05
Regular price Sale price $ 15.05
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Does Not Bleed!

Note: The True Red Set will produce a pink color, not red, if used in white MP base or combined with titanium dioxide!

If you are tired of bleeding red soap colors or mixtures, you've come to the right place. Our True Red Set is stable and will not bleed/ run/ migrate. It's perfect for the holidays and the color will stay where you put it!

"I bought the true red set because red was the color I could never achieve in my CP soaps. First time I tried it, I got a magnificent red. MM is now my go to for mica." —Andrea S. (verified)

At last: color wheel red can be attained in cold/hot process as well as melt and pour soap by mixing these three colors in equal parts before adding them to your soap mixture.

Important: Please refer to the True Red Set Instructions before using.

The True Red Set consists of three colors at a 15% discount over purchasing them individually:

Note that Brazen Hussy Neon Pigment is not FDA-approved for cosmetic use, so the True Red Set is suitable for use in SOAP & CRAFTS ONLY.

Usage Rate:

  • CP soap: Use 3 teaspoons per pound of oil.
  • MP soap (CLEAR): Use 1 teaspoon per pound of soap base.

Additional notes:

  • Will not bleed/migrate into other colors.
  • Fragrance oils that are not clear can alter the final color.

Customer Reviews

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Laura Stratton
True Red

It seems weird to mix the three colors together but it looks fantastic! It is a beautiful red color. I love mad micas because it is exciting to open the box and see all the effort put into my order. 😊 Thank you

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DBS
Perfect!

I can finally make soaps and have the red I want. Easy to mix and works perfectly.

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Christine
Best red!

Never disappoints! Yes, you have to mix it up, but in CP soap, it’s so worth it. If you’re already dispersing your micas before adding to soap, this is the same!

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Troy Schiff

Very happy with the combination to make a true red. Worked very well!

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Penny
stunning

Talk about making soap pop!