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Compared to FD & C Dyes, lake dyes are less likely to migrate between layers of MP soap. If product design has layered colors, overuse of this dye will cause colored layers to migrate or “bleed” between layers. Does not affect product pH. Dispersible in oil. It is insoluble material that tints by dispersion.
Melt & pour soap: mix with glycerin then add to the melted soap base
Bath Bombs: Add lake to dry ingredients. Bath bombs will become colored when base becomes moistened. Use poly sorbate 80 at a rate of 2 to 1 oil to poly. to avoid dye rings on your tub. For a more natural alternative to poly sorbate 80, our plant-based emulsifier or our castor oil Turkey Red can be used, however usage rates may vary.
Lakes are produced from the FD&C Dyes and are oil dispersible (but generally not oil soluble) and can be mixed with oils. They can also be dispersed in other carriers such as propylene glycol & glycerin,
INCI: CI15850 (Red 40 Lake)
We were unable to obtain batch certified from our supplier. It is red lake 40
Depending on the product it is used in, and how much is used that product, this colorant can have some running /staining that can occur.
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