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Golden Buddha Gold Mica

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Regular price $ 1.50

Sample bags contain one generous teaspoon (approx. 3-4 g).

The famed Golden Buddha was discovered in 1957 when a group of monks were relocating their Monastery in Thailand. They noticed a large crack in what they thought was a clay Buddha. Further inspection of this crack revealed that the Buddha was in fact made of solid gold. Historians believe that it had been covered in clay hundreds of years prior to protect it from an attack by the Burmese army.

It was an incredible discovery.

Imagine our pleasure, then, that we didn't have to wait hundreds of years to discover our Golden Buddha! It is most definitely a treasure, and we are so excited to bring you this magnificent gold. It’s just exquisite; reminiscent of the gold jewelry found in Thailand.

Whatever medium you choose; soap, resin, make up, etc., this mica will not disappoint.

General Information
Golden Buddha (SDS/MSDS) Premium Gold Mica
Ingredients Mica, titanium dioxide, iron oxide, tin dioxide
Solubility Disperses in oil
Particle Size 10-100 µm

 

FDA Permitted Cosmetic Uses
External Use Yes
Eye Area Yes
General (Including Lips) Yes
Bath Bombs & Bath Products Yes

 

Soap Notes

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.

 

Bath Bomb Notes

To use in bath bombs or other water applications, you must use polysorbate 80 (emulsifier) at a rate of 1-2% of your total batch weight. This should disperse the color evenly and eliminate mica from floating on the water's surface or leaving a ring of mica around the bathtub.

Customer Reviews

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R.V.
The perfect gold

This Gold is perfection!

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D.B.

Perfect gold. Just what I was looking fo!

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T.S.
Golden Buddha of my heart!

When you think of a golden Buddha you can picture a bright, gleaming, figure. This is the golden color I was looking for. It’s not a neon yellow that would hurt my eyes, but a perfect unity of golden splendor! This is a staple in my color world!