LAKES, DYES & HYBRIDS OH MY!! – Fizz Fairy Krazycolours Inc.
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LAKES, DYES & HYBRIDS OH MY!!

LAKES, DYES & HYBRIDS OH MY!!

How to use our dyes:

Some of our dyes require blooming. Please check the product details to see if blooming is required. If blooming is not required, add powdered dye to bath bomb mixture.  Start with 1/4-1/2 tsp of dye to 2 cups of baking soda and adjust as desired. Note that over usage can cause temporary skin and tub staining. Water is required to activate Krazycolour dyes. Use a small amount of water in your liquids while making your bath bombs to activate the dye. Our dyes can be used in more than just bath bombs. Try them in your soaps, scrubs, and other bath and body products.

How to use our lakes:

This powder disperses best in liquid oil and oil-based products. 1 tsp per 2 cups baking soda to start* Polysorbate 80 is also recommended to avoid any possibilities of staining. This powder can be used in water based products if first dissolved in liquid glycerin. TIPS: Using too much colour may cause staining. Test your final product to insure optimal performance and no staining. Protect work areas and clothing when mixing. For dry products, add desired amount of powder to dry ingredients. Incorporate colour to formula slowly, using amount as desired. Adding this colour to a white base will produce a beautiful pastel colour. Adding this colour to a clear base will produce a darker true colour.

How to use our hybrids: 

This powder can be used in water based products if first dissolved in liquid glycerin. Very Similar to our lakes but more concentrated. Polysorbate 80 is highly recommended. TIPS: Using too much colour may cause staining. Test your final product to insure optimal performance and no staining. Protect work areas and clothing when mixing. For dry products, add desired amount of powder to dry ingredients. Incorporate colour to formula slowly, using amount as desired. Adding this colour to a white base will produce a beautiful pastel colour. Adding this colour to a clear base will produce a darker true colour.




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