Pigment Colors - Liquid
Pigment Liquids are pigments of iron oxides or other oxides suspended in a liquid of either glycerin or propylene glycol. They are most commonly used in melt and pour soap, and many find liquid colorants easier to use than soap color bars or powders.
Inorganic colors (pigments) are composed of insoluble metallic compounds which are either derived from natural sources (e.g. china clay, carbon deposits) or are synthesized. Based on the composition pigments are divided into iron oxides, zinc oxides, carbon blacks, chromium oxide greens, and ultramarines. Our liquid inorganic pigments are already pre-dispersed and thus ready to use. Importantly, the dispersion is very fine so that there will be no clumping or aggregate formation.