Grazing Green Mica Colorant for Soap Making


This Green Mica pigment is perfect to use in soap making for beautiful colors. The possibilities are endless! Use in melt and pour, cold process, hot process & liquid soap. Our mica pigments are also used in crafting cosmetics such as eye shadows, nail polishes, lotions, blushes/bronzers and/or lip glosses. They are also great to use in bath bombs working best when used with Polysorbate 80 allowing for an easier clean up preventing a messy tub.

Mica pigments are also used in epoxy and painting. Our mica pigments are considered safe for the following applications:

MP Soap: Yes
CP Soap: Yes
Skin: Yes
Eyes: Yes
Lips: Yes
Nail Polish : Yes
Resin: Yes
Bath Bombs: Working best if used with Polysorbate 80

All colors are measured by weight. This listing includes 1 ounce of green mica. Your mica will arrive to you in a 2 ounce jar that has been filled by weight, not volume.
All colors come weighing 10 grams, 1 ounce, or 2 ounces in a jar.

This colorant is oil soluble. For bath bombs I recommend using Polysorbate 80. Polysorbate is a dispersing agent and will help bind the colorant and oils used in the bath bomb with the water. This will prevent the colorant and oils from sticking to your tub and skin. Polysorbate 80 also helps give the bath bomb a little more fizz. Usage rate is up to 6%.

Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxide.

Shipping from United States

Processing time

1 business day

Estimated shipping times

  • North America : 3 - 5 business days

I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.

Customs and import taxes

Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.

Payment Options

Secure options
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards

Returns & Exchanges

I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do the conditioner bars have any coconut oil added to them?

No, the conditioner bars do not have any coconut oil added to them. Due to the rise in awareness of coconut allergies, the equipment used to make the conditioner bars are used specifically for conditioner bars. There is no chance of coconut oil getting into the conditioner bar.

Do you accept returns?

Due to the nature of the products, I cannot accept returns. Please do notify me if you have any problems with your order.

Care instructions

Your soap bars and conditioner bars all require a little special care. To extend the life of your bars, place them away from water on a soap dish with drains when not in use. This allows the bar to dry out completely in between uses.

Wholesale availability

Any items seen on the site are available for wholesale or consignment. Please email me under contact information should you need more information, pricing and availability.

What if I don't want the lotion heavily scented but I like the scents you offer? Can I get it not so scented?

The lotions are scented with lots of fragrance due to customer preference. However, I understand not everyone has the same taste so yes,I can custom make your lotion order. Just make certain you send me a note with your order and I can make your lotion with half scent.

Custom and personalized orders

I'll be glad to personalize any orders with a $75.00 minimum order. Contact me for further pricing.

Sizing details

Since the items are handmade and hand cut, sizing varies. Please see the individual product description for more accurate sizing.

Can you make soap without lye?

This is the most common question. The answer is no, I cannot make soap without sodium hydroxide (lye). To make real soap, lye is needed to bring the oils and the water together. No worries though because all the lye is cooked out of the soap during the soaponification process so it is completely safe to use.

Do all the soaps you sell have goat milk?

To allow for a variety, not all the soaps on the site contain goat milk. Please see the individual listings to find the ingredients for each bar.

Are all your soaps you sell vegan?

No, some of our homemade soaps contain goat milk and honey therefore they are not vegan. Please see each individual listing for ingredients.

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