Ultramarine Blue Pigment

Ultramarine Blue Pigment

Description: Color group: blue. Inorganic, high-purity pigment. Insoluble, but
miscible in water & oils.
Properties: Provides superior colour purity & saturation, outstanding dispersibility, no aggregate formation.
Use: Can be tinted with titanium dioxide to create different blue shades.
Application: All kinds of colour cosmetics, personal care products, (in the US prohibited for lip care products) soaps.
CAS# 1345-00-2.
INCI Name: Ultramarine blue.
Packaging: 10gm-ziplock bag, larger sizes plastic containers

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Joanne
Luxe colour

This pigment is so pure and and there is a radiant glow to this blue which is difficult to describe. A bluer blue you could not find. My first testing was in an all natural salts foot soak with essential oils and skin care oils. I wanted it to be ice blue. I remembered that it was body safe from the description here, so I am happy because there will be many applications. The blue is bright and richer than a pure and strongly defined peacock blue.
Performs well mixing with salts and oils. Disperses throughout the salt mixture well, no clumping to the salts or oils. 1g spread through 1.445kg of bath salts creating an icy blue colour. For effect, I mixed it with 3g Titanium dioxide for pearlescent sheen and to put the icy look to the salts given the name of the salts is - ICED WINTER MINT BATH SALTS.
I love working with this colouring and considering you need so little for effect it is economical per gram.
It does not mix with molten wax. In my experience, these pigments are not suitable for candle wax dyeing which is such a shame because the vibrancy is just what I am looking for and can't seem to find.
When the time comes for my makeup range, I will review again.

Thank you
Joanne
of @soulsisterproducts IG - If you have any questions about my review please email me at [****]