Colours for Bath Salts, Bath Bombs and Bubble Bars

Many customers have requested a specialised colour section to select colours for Bath Salts and Bath Bombs, so this is it!  It can be a tad confusing selecting which colour to use in what -  so this category lists those colours most suitable for Bubble Bars, Bath Bombs and Salts.  They are Liquid Lake Dyes and Pigment Dispersions, and will colour the bath water, so "less is more".  These colours are in liquid form, and can be diluted if you prefer working with a less strong colour.  Most of our Micas are also suitable for these products, and you'll find them listed here.

They are all ideal for Salts and Bath Bombs, as well as Soaps, Body Wash, Liquid Soap and Lotions as they are all approved for use on the skin.

Our colours are concentrated, we recommend diluting in distilled water or glycerine for Bath Fizzies or Salts. This makes it easier to see the depth of colour and avoid over colouring the product. You can purchase an empty Eye Dropper Bottles or Twist Top Dropper Bottles here.  Read How to Avoid Colour Bombing your Bath!

If you wish to use undiluted, we recommend beginning with 1 drop per tablespoon of dry product (Salts or Bath Bomb mixture) . This is the amount used in each of the graphics pictured on each page.TIP:  if you tend to over colour or like really dark coloured products add some Polysorbate 80 to your mixture of ingredients.  This will help the colours disperse more efficiently when rinsing off.

Colours for Bath Salts, Bath Bombs and Bubble Bars

Colours for Bath Salts, Bath Bombs and Bubble Bars

Many customers have requested a specialised colour section to select colours for Bath Salts and Bath Bombs, so this is it!  It can be a tad confusing selecting which colour to use in what -  so this category lists those colours most suitable for Bubble Bars, Bath Bombs and Salts.  They are Liquid Lake Dyes and Pigment Dispersions, and will colour the bath water, so "less is more".  These colours are in liquid form, and can be diluted if you prefer working with a less strong colour.  Most of our Micas are also suitable for these products, and you'll find them listed here.

They are all ideal for Salts and Bath Bombs, as well as Soaps, Body Wash, Liquid Soap and Lotions as they are all approved for use on the skin.

Our colours are concentrated, we recommend diluting in distilled water or glycerine for Bath Fizzies or Salts. This makes it easier to see the depth of colour and avoid over colouring the product. You can purchase an empty Eye Dropper Bottles or Twist Top Dropper Bottles here.  Read How to Avoid Colour Bombing your Bath!

If you wish to use undiluted, we recommend beginning with 1 drop per tablespoon of dry product (Salts or Bath Bomb mixture) . This is the amount used in each of the graphics pictured on each page.TIP:  if you tend to over colour or like really dark coloured products add some Polysorbate 80 to your mixture of ingredients.  This will help the colours disperse more efficiently when rinsing off.

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