Ultramarine Blue Powder (Mineral Pigment) (ci77007)

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Suspends in water giving a mid blue colour.

Stable in cold process soaps.

May cause an odd aroma depending on the environment so testing is recommended however this Ultramarine Pigment is suitable in most cosmetics such as bath bombs, soaps and make-up bases. 

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Extended InformationStable in cold process soaps and can also be used in opaque melt & pour soaps. Generally approved for most cosmetic uses apart from bath bombs and bath salts due to the free sulphur content which gives off a strong odour.
Not suitable in acid environments such as Bath Bombs where citric acid will produce sulphur dioxide gas.
Picture is of product as powder.

Full description... Ultramarine is a blue pigment consisting primarily of a double silicate of aluminium and sodium with some sulfides or sulfates, and occurring in nature as a proximate component of lapis lazuli.
CoA - 086314 (316.46 kB)
MSDS (194.71 kB)
TDS (137.60 kB)
CoA - 128147 (205.41 kB)
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