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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.
This gold floats into the air with extra large sparkle and shine. The hue is...
$ 6.75 - Sold Out
Our "True" micas are all cosmetic-grade, bright-hued, low-sheen micas which are a blend of FD&C...
Our Pearl Collection are micas in pastel colors with medium sheen. FAQs Ingredients: Mica (77019),...
A mid-toned purple(lavender?) with sparks of blue and pink. An irridescent mish-mashup of midrange tones. ...
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.