Baby Collection Liquid Colorants
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Wonderfully soft pastel tones for coloring soaps and toiletries.

The Baby Collection

Soft, shimmery pastels. Wonderful in melt and pour, as well as lotions and liquid soaps. Also pretty in cold and hot process. Each 1/2 fl. oz. bottle will color approximately 4 pounds of melt and pour soap to a medium shade. The colors are somewhat weaker in CP and HP. 
  • Ingredients: Glycerine, Water, Green #5 (61570), Yellow #10 (47005), Mica (77019), Titanium Dioxide (77891), Chromium Oxide (77288), Tin Oxide (77861), Red #30 (73360), Red #33 (17200), Blue #1, Ultramarine (77007).

    1 fl. oz. will color approximately 8 pounds of Melt & Pour soap and 2 to 4 pounds of Cold Process soap to a medium shade.
  • New Grass Green,. Cosmetic grade, "bleeding" blend of pigment, dye and mica which will morph in high pH.


    Perfection Pink. Cosmetic grade, stable in high pH, "non-bleeding" blend of pigment, dye and mica.

    Popsicle Purple. Cosmetic grade, stable in high pH, "non-bleeding" blend of pigment, dye and mica.

    Blessing Blue. Cosmetic grade, stable in high pH, "non-bleeding" blend of pigment, dye and mica.

    Pearl White. Cosmetic grade, stable in high pH, "non-bleeding" blend of pigment, dye and mica.



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  • Can you use this coloring to make lipstick and is it safe

    All the baby collection colors are cosmetic grade.  However the blue, purple and green contain pigments which are not permitted for use in lip products in the USA.  Additionally, they are dispersed in glycerine, which is not misible in oil.

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