Stable in MP soap, will morph in CP soap, will bleed.
1/2 fl oz of a Lip Liquid contains about 300 drops of color. This is enough to color approximately 20 4-gram lipsticks.
Adding approximately 10% by weight of a texturizing powder such as TKB's Pashmica will increase or boost the color payout.
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Can these be used in bath bombs and CP soap?
The Lip Liquid Blue 1 is made of castor oil and Blue #1 Dye.
Yes, Castor Oil could be used in bath bombs and CP soap.
Blue #1 Dye is great for bath bombs, but it is not a stable color in Cold Process Soap. It will morph to a pinkish purple color in the high pH of CP soap.
Another alternative for the Bath Bombs would be to use our Liquid Lake - Bright Blue, which is the same color but in Glycerine (a water soluble medium) instead of Castor Oil (not water soluble).
Another alternative blue for CP soap would be the Ultramarine Blue which we sell in powder form or predispersed in Glycerine.
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