Red Rose Mica

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Rose Red Mica

Rose Red Mica has a beautiful glossy luster, bears a 3D effect, and is more transparent compared to copper gold powder. It can be mixed with other colorants with like composition to make interesting golden effects.

Our Rose Red Mica works wonderful alone anywhere you need a vibrant red! Or blend the Rose Red  easily with our other beautiful micas to create new shades and colors.

INCI: Mica -Titanium dioxide - Iron oxide- Manganese violet

Typical Applications and starting amounts:

  • Bath Bombs .02 to 2.0 %
  • Hair Spray, Shampoo, Perfume 0.1-10.0% 
  • Body Lotions & Creams 1.0-5.0% 
  • Cold and Hot Process Soap making 1.0-5.0% 
  • Use in Melt and Pour Soaps Amount will vary. Begin with a pre-dissolved 1% and test
  • Vanishing Cream 2.0-5.0% 
  • Blush & Foundation 2.0-10.0% 
  • Makeup Powders 5.0-10.0% 
  • Lipstick & Lip gloss 5.0-10.0% 
  • Eyeshadow Pencils & Eyeliner Pens 2.0-15.0% 
  • Nail Polish 2.0-20.0% 
  • Eyeshadow 10.0-40.0% 

These are starting points - test, experiment and make your creations you own!

Technical Data Sheet

  • Product name: Red Rose Mica
  • INCI name: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxide, Manganese Violet
  • CAS No.: 12001.26.2, 13463.67.7, 1309-37-1, 10101-66-3
  • Physical Properties
  • Characteristics: Deep Red Mica
  • Average particle size: 10-60 microns

Chemical Composition

  • Mica (C.I. 77019): 55.0-59.0%
  • Titanium Dioxide (C.I. 77891): 40.0-44.0%
  • Iron Oxide (C.I. 77007): 0.0-1.0%

Heavy metals (IN SPEC) 

  • As: <2 ppm
  • Ba: <50 ppm
  • Cd: <3 ppm
  • Cr: <20 ppm
  • Cu: <50 ppm
  • Hg: <1 ppm
  • Ni: <10 ppm
  • Pb: <5 ppm
  • Sb: <1 ppm
  • Zn: <50 ppm

Microbial Purity (IN SPEC)

  • Total viable aerobic count: <100
  • E. Coli: Absent in 1g
  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Absent in 1g
  • Staphylococcus aureus: Absent in 1g
  • Salmonella species: Absent in 1g
  • Candida albicans: Absent in 1g

Safety Data Sheet

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  • 5
    Great for syndet shampoo bars

    Posted by QF on Mar 4th 2021

    I used just a sprinkle of this in a rose scented syndet shampoo bar and got a really nice pink. I like mica in shampoo bars partly because it makes it easier to see when everything is thoroughly mixed if you put it in last with your fragrance. Also, it helps people tell the difference between the shampoo and conditioner bar (I never put mica in conditioner bars since they are liquid when poured into the mold and the mica would only sink to the bottom).