It's not the goat milk part of the soap, it's the lye. Lye is a monster! I've never used this particular vendor, but she does note that they are "stable in CP". I like Brambleberry, Nature and TKB Colors b/c they have pictures of the color in CP soap. Generally speaking, you need to buy your colors from a soap supplier b/c a lot of colors just don't behave in soap. Particularly anything with blue in it - meaning blue, green and purple.Do they work good for goat milk soap? I have one that seems like it starts out a pretty purple or something and ends up ugly brown. If they stayed even close to the color they start with I would LOVE to get some. I don't know enough about how they react to order any, so advice is appreciated!
No, lovinglife, the bubbles are clear and without color.Thanks Dixie, I may just have to get a small amount and give it a try anyway. Earlene, that is awesome soap! Do you get colored bubbles with that much color?
Beautiful!!! What EO/FO is it?I used 22 grams of buttermilk in a 1700 gram total batch in this soap with Steph's Micas & More Cosmic Purple, Glitzty Green Neon and Bodacious Blue (another neon). The purple remained true to its expected shade, but of course 22 grams of buttermilk is only about 1.3%. That's all I used because after using masterbatch solution and dissolving sugar and salt in the remaining water, there wasn't that much liquid allowed in my 40% lye concentration. But this soap did gel, so that does assist in the intensity of the colors. If you don't gel your GM soaps, I would not expect such intense colors.
I have not yet colored GM soap, as I only made it once and wanted to see it's natural color first.