Sample bags contain one generous teaspoon (approx. 3-4 g).
This is a multifaceted green. Like the piano player who goes outside for a smoke between sets and feels the sharp, blinding light of the sun, contradicting the dark, smoky lounge inside.
Lounge Lizard mica is a blast of sunshine directly into a dark smoky green, creating a brighter green with depth and sparkle.
|Lounge Lizard (SDS/MSDS)||Green Mica|
|Ingredients||Mica, titanium dioxide, chromium oxide green, tin oxide|
|Solubility||Disperses in oil|
|Particle Size||10-60 µm|
|FDA Permitted Cosmetic Uses|
|General (Including Lips)||No|
|Bath Bombs & Bath Products||No|
A beautiful spruce-like green in CP soap (see photo).
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.
Sensational. This green is incredibly rich. The mica color out of the jar stays true in all my products and in CP soap, turns a green spruce color which is just what I needed for my winter spearmint soaps. The soap picture is how it came out. Thanks Mad Micas for being the real deal!!!
Looks much brighter online than actually is. Love mad micas, this one just missed the mark.
When I purchased this color I had no Idea I would be using it on so manny projects. The green is beautiful, but it has gold in it. To my surprise when I used it on my Mermaid tails as a hint in the center it became my color to brush on the Glycerine tails and it looks gold. I will be posting the Mermaid tails on the Facebook site and also mention the other two colors of blues used in combination. I have also made glycerin leaves and used a hint of this color and the look elegant because of the gold I mentioned that the green has in the mica. You can't go wrong with this color.
I love the ease of use and selection of colors for micas. I almost exclusively use Mad Oil micas for all my coloring needs.
This is another awesome mica from MadOils. If you're using in cold process soap, though, be sure to check the photo that accompanies the product description. It is very different in finished soap. Although it definitely has elements of yellow as a powder, in CP soap it emerges as almost a spruce green. Very pretty, but it might be a surprise!