Cranberry Cleanser Color Fun


Anonymous said… you think putting it in a dark bottle would make a difference. I have never worked with it. Sure is pretty though.
LisaLise said…
Hey there JNC - I don't think a dark bottle would make enough difference to matter. There are several 'cautions' my supplier attaches to this ingredient: it's undependable in certain pH environments (it definitely hates a high pH, and if it gets below 5,5, it starts acting all kinds of weird too - but in a different way), it's heat-sensitive as well, so it really is a bucket of worms to work with. My supplier says it 'behaves best' as a part of a color powder mixture, where it adds color and adds a bit of antimicrobial action as well. Stands to reason: no heat, no liquids, no pH probs.
Nonetheless, I want to get to know its limitations in emulsions and gels (just because I'm that curious)
Rikke said…
Færre ingen erfaring at dele herfra. Interessant læsning. Det skal du ha' ;-)

Kh Rikke
LisaLise said…
Tak Rikke - man føler en bitte smule som en ingrediens-pioner når man eksperimentere så meget som jeg gør, og det er da en fornøjelse at nogen gider at følge med! Glæder mig at du gider at være med på en 'læser'