Mica powder in Cold Process Soap

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Curious to know how our micas look in Cold Process soap? Here are all of our most recent tests.

Red Violet

A truly stunning mica and one of our favourites. Below you will find examples of Red Violet mica in gelled and ungelled soap.

This is the gelled version. We used 0.6g of Red Violet mica per every 100g of soap.


red violet mica powder in cold process soap

This is the ungelled version. We used 0.5g of Red Violet mica per 100g of soap in this test.

Yes there is a little Azure mica and Ocean Blue mica swirled in as well :)


red violet mica powder in cold process soap

Purple Berries

Now this is a super purple. Deep, rich and very vibrant.

This is the gelled version. We used 0.6g of Purple Berries mica per 100g of soap.

The actual soap is probably a little darker than the photo.

purple berries mica powder in cold process soap

Solar Yellow

Lovely bright yellow shade that is warm and sunny.

This is the gelled version. We used 0.7g of Solar Yellow per 100g of soap.


solar yellow mica powder in cold process soap

Midnight Amethyst

Midnight Amethyst is our lighter purple shade but no less dazzling. It has a beautiful red hue that creates quite a warm shade in CP soap.

This is the gelled version. We used 0.6g of Midnight Amethyst mica per 100g of soap.


midnight amethyst mica powder in cold process soap

Azure

Vibrant exotic sky blue. This colour is mesmerising and another popular MicaMoma mica pigment.

This is the ungelled version. We used 0.6g of Azure mica per 100g of soap. this picture does not do this mica justice. There is a beautiful aqua green hue that isn't captured by the photo.


azure mica powder in cold process soap

Candy Pink

Our very own girlie pink mica with a slight blue sparkle. This is the gelled version. We used 0.6g of Candy Pink mica per 100g of soap.


candy pink mica powder in cold process soap

Black Magic

Rich, dark, charcoal mica. In our cold process soap tests this mica produced a true black without discoloring the lather.

This is the ungelled version. We used 0.7g of Black Magic mica per 100g of soap which is a fair bit, so a little mica goes a long way.

We even tested the lather and it was practically white with an almost unnoticeable hint of grey. Looks like a lump of coal.


black magic mica powder in cold process soap

Ocean Blue

Aqua marine mica with a gorgeous jade undertone. We used 0.6g of Ocean Blue mica per 100g of soap. This is the ungelled version.

ocean blue mica powder in cold process soap