Cosmetic Mica Natural Pigment Powder For Soap Sample Set or Oz, Matte & Pearl Blue Brown Green Lavender Metallic Pink Purple Red Yellow

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mica, titanium dioxide, iron oxide, pigment, plastic zip lock bag with label

Cosmetic grade natural mica pigment powders offered in 1 oz or 4 oz packs and sample sets. Sample sets of 8 mica colors available in choice of 2 variations, Matte or Shimmer collection. Also known as iron oxide/ pigment / ultramarine powders / metallic, sparkle or shimmer mica / pearl or pearlescent mica. All US sourced, neutral PH, non-fading, oil soluble. Fine particle size range from 0.3 - 1 micron. Each color can also be purchased from this listing by color choice in either 1 ounce or 4 ounce sizes. Sample sets include 1 teaspoon by measure (approx 3 grams) for a total of 8 tsp (24 grams). Photos will change with selection to help you order the correct option from the drop down menu. Important to choose 'Size' first to view colors and quantity available.

All colors are approved to use for making cosmetic body products, please use the chart in photos to verify safe used for sensitive parts such as eye, lip and nail. Mica is a general term used for mineral cosmetic powders although different types of minerals are used. The INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) for each type is included in our chart.

MATTE MICA SET Includes these 8 colors: Blue Powder, Brown, Green, Lavender, Pink Orchid, Red Brick, White and Yellow. *Note the red is brick red, not cherry red.

Additional matte colors not in sample sets only available in 1 oz or 4 oz packs: Pink Sexy, Purple Playhouse & Red True. Add sparkle to any mica color with Glitter! Note white mica powder is only available in 4 oz not 1 oz packs.

SHIMMER MICA SET Includes these 8 colors: Black, Bronze, Gold, Pink, Purple, Silk Stockings, Silver and White

Additional shimmer colors not in sample sets only available in 1 oz or 4 oz packs include Blue, Chocolate Brown, Copper, Crimson and Olive Green.

Photos of blue, pink, purple & red colors are grouped together for side by side comparisons. All mica powders are shipped in individual plastic zip lock bags. Store at room temperature in the original bag or any air tight container. Sets are price averaged & pre-packed for quick shipping, NO SUBSTITUTIONS.

Other natural colorants of clays and vegetable powders also offered in our store along with other supplies for making bath, beauty & fragrance products as shown in last photo. Please visit this link to see all supplies in this shop section. https://www.etsy.com/shop/CountryFolkSoap?section_id=10494060&ref=shopsection_leftnav_9

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q: Can I choose which colors are included in the set?
A: Sorry, no. As stated above "Sets are price averaged & pre-packed for quick shipping, NO SUBSTITUTIONS."

Q: How much should I use for making bath products?
A: Depends on what you're making. We primarily use for coloring soap and use at a ratio of .03% - 1% (approx a smidge to 1/8th tsp per lb) depending on the base ingredients and desired color. Each sample pack is 1 tsp so you will be able to make quite a bit with the sample set. If your soap produces colored bubbles, you've used too much. All of the powders mix best when blended with an equal portion of carrier oil or glycerin, then add to a small amount of your batch & finally mix throughout the batch. Adjust pour time or use less if speckling occurs. Recommended for use in cold or hot processed and melt and pour bases. Your base and essential or fragrance oils will impact the end result color. Use similar levels for other bath products of bath bombs, fizzies & liquid soap. Most people do not add color to body butter or lotion, but you may want to dabble with some for tanning bronzer.

Q: How much should I use for cosmetics?
A: Buyer is responsible for sourcing recipes. First check the chart to verify that the color is approved safe for use in the type of product you intend to use it for since not all colors are safe for eyes, lips and nails.

Q: Can I use these for other applications?
A: We cannot provide additional details for use in crafting outside our area of expertise. If you are seeking mica, mineral oxides /pigments, that's what these are per color description. There is no difference from one mica / oxide to another other than grain & purity. These are the smallest micron & purest quality since they are cosmetic grade. All can be used to make pastel colored bath bombs, using too much color will leave a bath tub ring. We know for sure, not good for candles intended for burning, only intended for candles used for decorative purposes. We have liquid candle dye available in our store for candles made for burning.

Q: Are these nano or non-nano?
A: Non-nano is a trendy buzz advertising word. A nanometer is simply a unit of measure most commonly used in nanotechnology and biometrics; 1 micron =1,000 nanometers. The FDA regulates cosmetic standards and suppliers MSDS information conforms with current standards of particle size measured in microns not nanometers. As previously stated the particle size of these oxides range from 0.3-1 micron conforming with FDA standards for use in cosmetic products with a classification of fine particle size.
Cosmetic grade natural mica pigment powders offered in 1 oz or 4 oz packs and sample sets. Sample sets of 8 mica colors available in choice of 2 variations, Matte or Shimmer collection. Also known as iron oxide/ pigment / ultramarine powders / metallic, sparkle or shimmer mica / pearl or pearlescent mica. All US sourced, neutral PH, non-fading, oil soluble. Fine particle size range from 0.3 - 1 micron. Each color can also be purchased from this listing by color choice in either 1 ounce or 4 ounce sizes. Sample sets include 1 teaspoon by measure (approx 3 grams) for a total of 8 tsp (24 grams). Photos will change with selection to help you order the correct option from the drop down menu. Important to choose 'Size' first to view colors and quantity available.

All colors are approved to use for making cosmetic body products, please use the chart in photos to verify safe used for sensitive parts such as eye, lip and nail. Mica is a general term used for mineral cosmetic powders although different types of minerals are used. The INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) for each type is included in our chart.

MATTE MICA SET Includes these 8 colors: Blue Powder, Brown, Green, Lavender, Pink Orchid, Red Brick, White and Yellow. *Note the red is brick red, not cherry red.

Additional matte colors not in sample sets only available in 1 oz or 4 oz packs: Pink Sexy, Purple Playhouse & Red True. Add sparkle to any mica color with Glitter! Note white mica powder is only available in 4 oz not 1 oz packs.

SHIMMER MICA SET Includes these 8 colors: Black, Bronze, Gold, Pink, Purple, Silk Stockings, Silver and White

Additional shimmer colors not in sample sets only available in 1 oz or 4 oz packs include Blue, Chocolate Brown, Copper, Crimson and Olive Green.

Photos of blue, pink, purple & red colors are grouped together for side by side comparisons. All mica powders are shipped in individual plastic zip lock bags. Store at room temperature in the original bag or any air tight container. Sets are price averaged & pre-packed for quick shipping, NO SUBSTITUTIONS.

Other natural colorants of clays and vegetable powders also offered in our store along with other supplies for making bath, beauty & fragrance products as shown in last photo. Please visit this link to see all supplies in this shop section. https://www.etsy.com/shop/CountryFolkSoap?section_id=10494060&ref=shopsection_leftnav_9

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q: Can I choose which colors are included in the set?
A: Sorry, no. As stated above "Sets are price averaged & pre-packed for quick shipping, NO SUBSTITUTIONS."

Q: How much should I use for making bath products?
A: Depends on what you're making. We primarily use for coloring soap and use at a ratio of .03% - 1% (approx a smidge to 1/8th tsp per lb) depending on the base ingredients and desired color. Each sample pack is 1 tsp so you will be able to make quite a bit with the sample set. If your soap produces colored bubbles, you've used too much. All of the powders mix best when blended with an equal portion of carrier oil or glycerin, then add to a small amount of your batch & finally mix throughout the batch. Adjust pour time or use less if speckling occurs. Recommended for use in cold or hot processed and melt and pour bases. Your base and essential or fragrance oils will impact the end result color. Use similar levels for other bath products of bath bombs, fizzies & liquid soap. Most people do not add color to body butter or lotion, but you may want to dabble with some for tanning bronzer.

Q: How much should I use for cosmetics?
A: Buyer is responsible for sourcing recipes. First check the chart to verify that the color is approved safe for use in the type of product you intend to use it for since not all colors are safe for eyes, lips and nails.

Q: Can I use these for other applications?
A: We cannot provide additional details for use in crafting outside our area of expertise. If you are seeking mica, mineral oxides /pigments, that's what these are per color description. There is no difference from one mica / oxide to another other than grain & purity. These are the smallest micron & purest quality since they are cosmetic grade. All can be used to make pastel colored bath bombs, using too much color will leave a bath tub ring. We know for sure, not good for candles intended for burning, only intended for candles used for decorative purposes. We have liquid candle dye available in our store for candles made for burning.

Q: Are these nano or non-nano?
A: Non-nano is a trendy buzz advertising word. A nanometer is simply a unit of measure most commonly used in nanotechnology and biometrics; 1 micron =1,000 nanometers. The FDA regulates cosmetic standards and suppliers MSDS information conforms with current standards of particle size measured in microns not nanometers. As previously stated the particle size of these oxides range from 0.3-1 micron conforming with FDA standards for use in cosmetic products with a classification of fine particle size.

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