Indigo Girls Premium Blue Mica
Indigo Girls Blue Mica in CP Soap

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Indigo Girls Blue Mica

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This vibrant indigo blue mica is as pure and intense as the brilliant harmonies of the Girls themselves. Its gorgeous tone is hypnotic. A truly deep, magnificent color.

"Love love love this beautiful blue! - This blue is so versatile! It works as a beautiful ocean blue, add a little td and it's a beautiful lighter blue! It's mermaid, it is unicorn, it's amazing!"
—Tiffany (verified)

Solid and dependable in soaps while maintaining excellent versatility, Indigo Girls blue mica is really something special.

Indigo Girls
Data Sheets: SDS COA
Product Type
Mica
FDA-Permitted for External Use Yes
FDA-Permitted for Eye Area Use Yes
FDA-Permitted for General (Including Lips) Use No
FDA-Permitted for Bath Bombs Use No
Particle Size 10–60 μm
Usage Rate CP Soap 1–2 tsp. per pound of oils
Usage Rate MP Soap ¼–½ tsp per pound of M&P base
Ingredients Mica (CI 77019), titanium dioxide (CI 77891), tin oxide (CI 77861), ultramarine blue (CI 77007)

Additional Information:

  • Usage rates can be varied to lighten or darken hue. Listed amounts create bright colors with no colored suds.
  • Sample bags contain approximately one teaspoon.
  • For mica-specific information not available on this page, please consult provided data sheets.
  • Larger sizes are available. Please email colors@madmicas.com for pricing and information.

Customer Reviews

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Anne Stewart
Love this Blue!

I used this blue and added a touch of black mica to darken for my Starry Night soaps. I just love it and it turned out perfect! MM never let me down!

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Bridgette Hudyk
Amazing!!!

What a great color. I absolutely love every color from Mad Micas.

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Norma Segui
Oh you need this

I do both CP and HP. It is a beautiful color.

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Linda Perry
Disappointing

Came out too gray for me.

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Carmen Howell
Perfect for my stormy night sky!

Very happy with this color choice. I wanted a happy shade to complement the darkness of the base. This blue makes the moon pop!