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Blue ultramarine can be used to color soap, bath salts and so much more. The color does not bleed or fade over time.   

Ultramarine Blue can bleed onto a washcloth, although it should not stain. Less is more when it comes to this color.

Recommended use rate in cold and hot process soap is 1 tsp. per pound of oils.  Add to oils

For melt and pour, the recommended use rate is .5 tsp. per pound of base. Add to a small amount of melted soap and combine

This is a great blue to use if your soap oils have a darker yellow or green base because the blue is so rich it will make offsetting the color of the oils easier while still achieving a bright gorgeous blue. With clear oils, it is one of the most beautiful blues we have ever seen. Rich, deep, dark, and intense

Please Note: This product has a slight smell that can be described as "sulfuric". We have not noticed this scent to come through in the finished product.

INCI Name: (CI 77007) Ultramarine blue 

Properties: Provides superior color purity & saturation, outstanding dispersibility, no aggregate formation.

Use: Can be tinted with titanium dioxide to create different blue shades. External use only.

Applications: All kinds of color cosmetics (in the US prohibited for lip care products), personal care products, soaps.

Solubility:   Inorganic, high-purity pigment. Insoluble, but miscible in water & oils. Will not bleed or fade.

Small amounts are required to color lotions and creams. Start with 1/8  teaspoon. 

In melt and pour soap, add a small amount of the melted base prior to adding to the remainder of your soap batch.

 

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Not recommended for use in bath bombs due to the acid condition being under a pH of 7 and will release hydrogen sulfide when exposed to acid (which will smell like rotten eggs recommended very well in alkaline products such as soap. They are light stable. Ultramarines are not suitable in liquid formulas as they are heavy and will fall to the bottom however that depends on the viscosity.  Lotions and creams for example.

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