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Solid colorants can be melted with the melt and pour soap.
Their natural bath and body products contain no artificial colorants, synthetic fragrance oils or animal products and are cruelty free.
Ordinary items to found in the kitchen such as tea and coffee make good colorants and fruit teas add extra interest.
We only use vegetable based colorants and there are no peroxides or harsh chemicals present in these products and no synthetic preservatives or fragrances.
These products are often dyed with natural colorants or left their natural color instead of using chemical dyes.Advertisement
Some colorants, such as henna and over-the-counter metallic dyes, can coat the hair, making it difficult to add or remove color, even with the highest lift lightener.
You can purchase commercial colorants at most craft stores in the same aisle as the soap making supplies.
If you are not able to find what you need locally, there are many resources on the Internet for colorants as well.
It is always important to choose cosmetic-grade pigments for colorants.
Powder colorants are very concentrated and will yield about 150 pounds of colored soap per ¼ ounce of colorant.Advertisement
Liquid colorants are added to the melted soap base drop by drop and then stirred in carefully.
You can use natural colorants like herbs to color your homemade soaps.
When it comes to colorants, it is important that you always start with a small amount, stir it in, and then add a little more to get the exact color you want.
You should be able to find a variety of colorants for melt and pour soap, as well as other soap making supplies, at the local craft supply store or online.
From Nature with Love has a large line of colorants including natural and organic pigments.Advertisement
Soap Crafters has colorants in powder, liquid, and solid forms, as well as mica.
Brambleberry has colorants of all types, as well as glitter and mica.
Annatto seed, beet, calendula petals, carrot, and parsley can all be added to basic soaps as natural colorants.
Tinting your soaps with natural colorants is another option to consider as well.
Then you can add scented oils, colorants, including clay and herbal compounds, and other emollients, including milk.Advertisement
Stay away from artificial scents and colorants, parabens, and other preservatives that can irritate baby's scalp and skin.