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The one and only true red I have found that works in CP soap! Does not morph or bleed. Bright and cheery, like Santa Red. Worth the price tag. Amazing find.
I was unsure when I ordered a sample of this dye , but WOW it knocked my socks off. This is the answer to the age old question among soap makers. We all have to have a true red and many people spend years trying to find that true red or mix 3-4 other colors to achieve a true red every time. Will be ordering this again. I just wish the price would come down some.
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$ 12.00 $ 9.00
A sample of each of the ten My Mix Cosmetic Lipstick Bases. FAQs Ingredients:...
Elegant, rectangular 10.5ml nail polish bottle with pink ribbed cap. Click on the FAQ's for...
Elegant and rectangular. Holds 10.5ml nail polish. Click on the FAQ's for dimensions. FAQs...
What Colors need to be batch certified? How do I know?
For the full skinny, go to the FDA's website and research it there.
But, basically, the only colors which require batch certification are the individual dyes sold as a raw material.
You can identify a "dye" by the fact that it will have a number in its name (at least on this website). For examples: Blue 1 Alum Lake, Red 30 Talc Lake.
If you are looking at a product which contains dyes, for example our True Blue which is a blend of several ingredients including Blue #1, that does not have to be batch certified.
So: at this site, batch certification would apply to products which a) have a number in their name and b) are sold as ONLY a single color, not a blend.