Spell Bound Blue Mica Powder is a shimmering blue mica that can be used to color cosmetics including eye and lip products.
Approved Cosmetic Uses & Our Test Results:
Mixes In: Oil
Lip Products: No
Eye Products: Yes
pH Changes: Yes
Microns: 10-60 µm
UV Fade: Yes
The pictured lotus blossom is clear melt and pour soap colored at a rate of 1 tsp. per pound of soap. Color will appear pastel and less vibrant in opaque melt and pour soap bases.
Appearance: Shimmering Deep Blue Powder
Avg. Particle Size: 10-60 µm
Physical Form: Deep Blue Powder
Solubility: Disperses in Oil
Country of Origin: China
Performance Results: Color Fading: This powder is light sensitive. Soaps may fade if left in direct sunlight or artificial lighting.
Storage: Room temperature. Airtight container.
Best Used By: One year from date of purchase.
Shelf Life Once Used in Manufacturing: One year from manufacturing date.
California Prop 65 Statement:
Warning: When inhaled this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or reproductive harm. Once the powder is incorporated into a liquid or solid base it can no longer be inhaled and therefore falls off the warning list.
COMMENTS: Most of the mica's I've tested so far have performed well in CP soap, however, this color was quite ugly. It wasn't really a blue color. More of a dead gray. I had to rescue my soap with another blue mica - Bell Bottom Blue. That one saved the day. I don't know what this mica would do in MP soap, but I'd never use it in CP soap again.
PRODUCT USED IN: Soap - Cold Process
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