Mica Powder Pigment for Epoxy Resin & Soap
Brand : Crystal Rock
Mica powder is the most popular choices for artists and Hobbyist who want to make the art, resin casting, epoxy flooring, soap, ...etc. Consisting of the mostly natural material, it is very safe to use and is non-toxic.
- Non-toxic and safe
- Heat-resistant epoxy resin color pigment
- The colors stay vivid and rich
- Easy to mix with resin, oil, and water for many different projects
- Premium grade epoxy pigments. fast mixing powder, very convenient in use to color resin.
- Multiple Uses, Acrylic paint, Slime, Polymer Clay, Leather Coloring Repair, Bath Bombs, Candle Making, Soap Making, Painting Art and even Photography Props and other Fun Projects.
How Mica powder different from pigment powder?: Mica Powder is shimmery (pearlescent), giving a very glossy effect, while normal color pigment has a solid matte appearance. Mica powder is very flexible and is used in beauty products, lotions, soaps, and art supplies.
Colors: 12 carefully selected colors can meet all your need of color
Material: natural vegan, non-toxic and both safe and gentle for your skin
Particle Size: 10-60μm
Package: 10g/0.35oz per color in an individual bottle
Mixing with Resin (Epoxy Resin/UV Resin/Polyester Resin): Many consider mixing Mica powder and pigment powder with Epoxy Resin. This can be done in various ways. However, you will have to keep certain things in mind. Make sure that your pigment powder is completely dry and away from any additional moisture. Moisture can prevent the epoxy resin from curing or can promote soft curing.
Soap Making: We recommend using micas in the melt and pour method. All you have to do is add the powder to your melt. If you get any mica bubbles float up to the top, spray them with just a little bit of rubbing alcohol. Once everything is mixed, pour the soap into your mold.
Candles Making: Mica powder itself is not flammable, so used to make candles can not be added too much, it is recommended to add only 1%-2%, and then to stir evenly.
Delamination of waxes and pigments: Candles are oily and pearlescent powder are not lipophilic, so pearlescence will float upwards after candle cured naturally. However, pearlescent powders are hydrophilic. After the candle is shaped, it can be cured by rapid condensation (for example, in cold water) to prevent the candle and pigment from delaminating.
1. Royal Blue also called Pearl Blue, Sapphire blue