Laboratory tested dyes, suitable for cosmetics & pour soap

We have 2 types of dyes for pour soap

Water based

The most commonly used dye is water-based. Color powder is dissolved in water, is nice and thin, mixes well & is cheap.

We supply it in 4 basic mixing colors and 2 extra colors.


» Cheap
» Very liquid
» Easy to work with
» Easy to mix colors yourself


» Discolours over time (sunlight)
» May bleed
» Black is mixed, not 100% black

Mica powder

Mica is a rock that is extracted in mines. Is sorted by size and then given a color.

Mica colors itself, no other dye is needed. It gives also a metallic effect. There is also pearl version that gives the metallic effect to a any color.


» Easy to work with
» No dye required
» Less discoloration
» Metallic effect


» Supplied as powder (dusts a bit)
» Mixing colors yourself is more difficult
» Slightly more expensive to purchase

Mica powder

Mica is actually nothing more than a rock that is extracted in mines. They are sorted by size and then given a treatment that creates the color. Titanium dioxide is usually used for this, which is made in a special way.

Mica is available in many colors, other dyes are no longer necessary. If you only want the metallic effect, you can make your own color with our 4 mixing colors.

Adding pearl mica creates a glitter effect. Pearl adapts to the color and still gives the metallic effect.

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Mica kleuren assortiment
Mica color range

4 basic mixing colors & 1 color card and you can also mix any color you want

Why would you spend a lot of money for a collection of colors? It’s much more fun to mix a color yourself!

Give your cast soap a beautiful color, with our unique four basic colors you can mix any color you want. With the colors pink, yellow & blue you can easily mix the color you want with the color card.

One drop of Yellow and one drop of Blue makes Green, one drop of Blue and one drop of Pink makes Purple.

There is also black dye with which you can darken a color, or you can make gray by mixing a drop of black with white cast soap.

Our bottles have a long transparent dropper that allows you to see what you are doing, and dosing is child’s play. The colored caps prevent the wrong cap on the wrong bottle.

Need more colors?

Some colors are a challenge to mix, dark Red and certainly Brown are difficult. That’s why we mix them for you. In addition to the 4 basic colors, both Red and Brown are available separately. If you want to be completely flexible, you can have fun with transparent cast soap and our white dye. A big advantage to that, is that you decide how white the soap becomes. White soap with Red dye turns pink. If you add a little bit of white to remove the transparent effect, you can still get almost complete Red.