VN:R_U [1.9.22_1171]Testing Oil Soluble Lip Colors in Cold Process Soap,
|I have a to do list on things I need to blog about. The list is longer than my desk. I always love it when I can cross items off and make my list shorter. I have finally gotten around to testing our oil soluble lip colors in cold process soap. Yea! I wanted to walk you through the process of making soap with each color and show the color changes if there were any. Here I have a sneak peak for you. Can you guess which colors result in the colors of soap? Come join me this week as we explore the world of color.
The colors turned out beautiful!
awesome! I am quite curious to find out how much lip balm colors did you use and how it feels on the skin 🙂
The colors are very vivid. How are these colors different from the iron oxides? Also, those white log soap molds are great for small test batches. What kind of molds are they and where could I possibly find them? Thanks.
The iron oxides work well in soap. I can show you some of those too.
The molds are a Rubbermaid drawer organizer. They work very well
for the 1 lb test batches.
This blog has the info on the drawer organizers. http://blog.thesage.com/2009/02/24/cold-process-soap-day-two/
Sorry if this question has been ask before, but I could not find where.
Are the lip balm colors good for swirling in CP soap or would they bleed?
They work just fine for swirls in CP soap. It is only the water soluble dyes that bleed in CP soap.