Specially designed for use in making bath salts & bath bombs but works great great for all kinds of cosmetic projects.
Liquid lakes are a DYE (not a pigment) mixed in glycerine. They are water soluble and will colour the bath water you put it into. If you use too much in order to make a really strong colour you run the risk of staining the bath or a washcloth, so use a light touch.
Cosmetic grade, stable in cp soap, but bleeds (ok to use when you want just the one shade of colour for your soap but would not be suitable if you wanted layers, swirls or embeds in your soap as the colour will bleed/migrate into the surrounding colours).
Suggested usage rate: 1 drop of Liquid Lake turns one 1 tablespoon of salt to a medium shade.
D&C Yellow #6 Lake
Glycerin - CAS 56-81-5
The image shows the colourant added to melt and pour soap. The top row is clear m&p and the bottom row is white m&p.
Usage rate: 30ml will colour approximately 10kg of soap for a medium shade. Recommended usage rate is roughly 3-6 drops per 100g (6 drops for a medium shade).
Melt and Pour Soap: Yes (see image for different shades that can be achieved).
CP soap: Yes
Lip Products: Yes
Cosmetics: Yes, but not the eyes
Lotions and Creams: Yes
Bath Bombs, Bubble Bars and Bath Salts: Yes, but use sparingly. 1 drop of Liquid Lake dye to 1 tablespoon of salt.
Product pH: Stable in products with a high pH so it will not change / morph in cp soap (see image).
Colour Fading: This colour is slightly sensitive to light so may fade over time.
Colour Migration: This colourant bleeds in melt and pour but less so in cp soap.
Please note: The colours you see on your computer screen may differ slightly from the colours of the actual items. Pictures shown are as accurate as possible, but due to variations in viewer monitor settings colours may vary from actual items