This is our glow in the dark powder that glows aqua/turquoise BLUE when the lights go out. It adds a fun, whimsical component to your soaps.
NOTE: This pigment is extremely dense, and one ounce consists of approximately 4 1/2 tsps. Because jars are filled by weight, they may be only partially filled
Appearance: off-white powder
Activation: Product should be exposed to light. This "activates" the powder to glow once the lights go out.
|Glow Blue||Blue Glow In The Dark Pigment|
|Ingredients||Luminescent zinc sulfide|
|Solubility||Disperses in oil|
|FDA Permitted Cosmetic Uses|
|External Use||Externally applied facial makeup and nail polish; <10%; for infrequent use (e.g., Halloween).|
|General (Including Lips)||No|
|Bath Bombs & Bath Products||No|
Usage rates in Cold Process soap: 2 tsp per lb.
Usage rates in Melt & Pour soap: 1/2 tsp per lb. of M&P base.
I freaking love glow in the dark and the fact that I can make glow in the dark soap makes me giggle like a maniac! I love it!
I decided to try this moon imbed soap. How fun this turned out to be. My soap curing room has glowing soap!!
I made some bubble bath frosting with the glow in the dark and it came out so amazing. And I tried it in some soaps and it worked perfectly!
Havent used this yet but it's on my list and cant wait. It's so cool just sitting and glowing in the dark waiting to be used. Plus when it's not dark it's the prettiest creamy white color. Just love Mad Micas!!
The blue glow in the dark is really pretty in the dark, but takes a considerable amount of colorant to achieve the same glow you can get with the green. Requires much more color than instructions say to get a really good glow.