Uncharted Colors™ were created and thoroughly tested by the in-house team of colorists at the Mad Micas labs.
They are only available at Mad Micas and authorized dealers.
Uncharted Colors presenta:
Chartreuse (the color) is named after Chartreuse (the liqueur), not the other way around as many believe, and the history of the liqueur is fascinating.
It took more than a century for French monks to learn how to properly distill the "elixir of long life," as it was called, probably created by a 16th-century alchemist who apparently liked herbs (there were over 100 in the original formula).
In 1903, the French government nationalized the Chartreuese distillery, expelling the monks and taking control of the liquor. Color, however, is here for the taking.
If you want to know more about the origin of the liquor (and the color), you can consult The Paris Review.
SDS WITH THE
|FDA-Permitted for External Use
|FDA-Permitted for Eye Area Use
|FDA-Permitted for General (Including Lips) Use
|FDA-Permitted for Bath Bombs Use
|Usage Rate CP Soap
||2 tsp per lb of oils
|Usage Rate MP Soap
||½ tsp lb of MP base
||Mica (CI 77019), titanium dioxide (CI 77891), iron oxide (CI 77492), chromium oxide green (CI 77288)
Usage amounts may vary to lighten or darken the tone. The indicated amounts create brilliant colors without colored foam.
MP White Base will always create a pastel cast of the color due to the Titanium Dioxide in the base.
For specific mica information not available on this page, please refer to the supplied data sheets.
We have larger sizes available (on request).
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