Sample bags contain one generous teaspoon (approx. 3-4 g).
This is a fine powdered green pigment. The color soaps well, and can bring a wide array of shades.
Remember though, a little goes a long way. Please start with small amounts and add from there to avoid over pigmentation.
|Chromium oxide green (SDS/MSDS)||Green Pigment|
|Ingredients||Chromium oxide (CI 77288)|
|FDA Permitted Cosmetic Uses|
|General (Including Lips)||No|
Ultramarines and Oxides (pigments) are recommended in oil-based applications.
M&P Soap: We recommend a usage rate of about 1/10 - 1/8 teaspoon per pound of M&P soap. When mixing with M&P soap, blend in a few drops of glycerin or oil to make a smooth paste to avoid clumps in your soap. Pigments will appear bold and true to color in clear M&P soaps and will be somewhat muted (pastel-like) in white M&P due to the titanium dioxide whitener.
CP Soap: Usage rates vary but typical suggested usage in CP soap is 1/2 - 1 teaspoon per pound of soap. Over saturation will result in colored lather and will leave colored suds on fabric and may stain. Pigments are best for swirling as the colors do not “bleed” into one another and do not “migrate” or spread.
Non-Bleeding, Non-Migrating. Stable in high pH
A little goes a long way! We use this pigment in a mint soap (just a little gives a nice light green) and a bit more in a soap that is forest green. Works great. Make sure to mix it in oil first so there aren't any speckles.
This is my first time working with oxide pigment and the color is amazing! Really solid, saturated color. Works perfect in soap!
this is my first time using pigments in soap making. The color turned out really well! I will purchase from Mad Micas again in the future.
I got the color of green I was aiming for when I used this in CP soap. Plus it hasn't faded like some soap colors/micas do. I will definitely buy from you again.