Deionized water, Titanium Dioxide, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Hexylene Glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin.
Titanium Dioxide is natural ingredient used to make clear soap white.
Due to its brightness and very high refractive index means that relatively low levels of the pigment are required to achieve a white opaque coating. One of the major advantages for titanium dioxide is its resistance to discoloration under ultraviolet (UV) light in exposed applications.
Add up to 5% by weight your soap. Add directly to hot soap.
Example: With 1lb of soap you may add up to 3/4oz titanium dioxide by weight. Start low and add as you see fit to obtain the whiteness you desire.
Remember that too much will make your soap softer and titanium dioxide may settle while soap is cooling.
Titanium Dioxide is a natural mineral that tends to settle naturally. The best advice after adding it to your soap is to not pour your soap immediately into your molds. Allow your soap to cool a bit and mix right before pouring into molds. This allows the titanium dioxide to suspend better and the cooler soap keeps it from settling too much.
Ethylhexylglycerin is a paraben free preservative package.
Essentials By Catalina is not responsible for product compatibility. We encourage everyone to sample prior to committing to larger quantities giving you a chance to test the product for product performance, compatibility and safety. Keep all product out of reach of children
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