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Hi Becky, I used the tiniest bit of glycerin and it worked fine for me. I was wondering, what type of colorant can I use to color the bath water? And how much of it would I need to use to color the whole bath like in the small amount example shown here? Personally I like to use clays but if they won’t color the water I’ll go with whatever suggestion you recommend. Thank you! 🙂

Here’s a fun idea for a colorful surprise hidden inside a bath bomb. This tutorial is perfect for getting kids to take a bath, because there’s enough colorant in each bath bomb to color the bath water. And since you can’t see the color until the bath bomb is activated, you have to be in the bath to get your surprise! I originally came up with this idea … well, you’ll have to see why this weekend. =)

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Mint Green (pigment)

Recipes
MSDS
INCI = Chromium Hydroxide Green

A brighter green than most. We use this color when making swirls, leaves or watermelon rind sections of soap.

To mix a large quantity, add the 2 oz jar to 16 oz liquid glycerin. We have packed the liquid glycerin in bottles with enough headspace to allow you to do this easily.

Recommended vehicle for dispersing: glycerin.

Cold Process Soap: pale to medium bright green color
Glycerin Soap Base: same as cold process soap
Lotion: not suitable
Bath Salts: use small amount, will not color bath water
Lip Balm: not suitable



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The amount of colorant listed in main the recipe above was enough to color the bath water in our tests (about 10-15 drops per fizzy). The smaller bath bomb that colored the water was just a scaled-down example. If you follow the main recipe you should get colored bathwater!

Here’s a fun idea for a colorful surprise hidden inside a bath bomb. This tutorial is perfect for getting kids to take a bath, because there’s enough colorant in each bath bomb to color the bath water. And since you can’t see the color until the bath bomb is activated, you have to be in the bath to get your surprise! I originally came up with this idea … well, you’ll have to see why this weekend. =)