Mica in a scented or decorative molded candle
Mica is a mineral dye, to tint a candle it is advisable not to exceed 2-3g of mica for 100g of wax. The mica will saturate the wax (like the candle dyes), it is preferable to use a larger size for the wick of the candle, it is advisable to stay on pastel colors in candle.
For the scented wax melts
You can dose your scented wax melts between 5 and 10g on 100 grams.
Other uses of mica dyes
Mica is used in many ways for your "home" creations
- base Melt and Pour shimmering effect soaps and in cold saponification
- Illuminating body milks
- Glitter bath powders
But also :
- Pearly eyeshadows: loose and compact powders or creams
- Illuminating loose and compact cosmetic powders
- Pearly loose and pressed blushes
- Pearly cream foundations
- Shimmering lipsticks
- Glittery glosses
- Pearly mascaras and eyeliners
- Pearly lip pencils
- Pearly and glittery body paints
Presentation : Mica is a fine powder (20 to 150 microns, not considered a nanoparticle product) of blue color, packaged in a small transparent plastic jar.
Easy to use : Our micas are delivered with a plastic container and a resealable plastic lid to ensure no spillage of powder. The colorfastness is stable over time.
Transparency : The micas from the Terre De Bougies shop do not contain nanoparticles or allergenic substances and they are classified as "Non-hazardous" according to European directives. All our micas are "not tested on animals"
Color : Blue
Packaging : 10g in a small plastic jar with reusable cap.
INCI: Mica (CI 77019), Titanium dioxide (CI 77891), Silica (Cas 9631-86-9)
|Type of use||Cosmetic / Liquid soap / Molded Vegetable Candles / Poured candles in containers / Scented melts/pebbles / Soap|
|Recommended dosage||2 - 5g for 100g Wax|
|Compatible waxes||Palm / Rapeseed / Soya|
|Color||Blue / Silver|
|Composition||Certified without nanomaterials; / No allergenic substance; / Not tested on animals;|
Natural mica powder for colouring your creations or cosmetics
Micas are mainly suitable for colouring scented fondants, home cosmetics and of course soaps.
However, we do not recommend the use of micas in candles. Indeed, mica is a colouring powder which risks saturating the wick and preventing its proper functioning.