Bath Bomb Yellow Powder


Our most popular colours for bath bombs and bath fizzies because they completely dissolve without leaving a bath tub ring! Mix colours to come up with additional unique colours.
Bath Bomb powders also produce a brilliant colour in clear bases. Colour is not 100% clear and will cloud clear bases. A pastel colour is produced in opaque (white) bases. When compared to FD & C Dyes, lake dyes are less likely to migrate between layers of MP soap. If product design has layered colours, over use of this dye will cause coloured layers to migrate or “bleed” between layers. These colours will not affect product pH. Dispersible in oil.

FDA Certified Applications
Soap, Skincare & Bath: Yes
Lip Products: Yes
Eye Products: Yes

INCI: Yellow 5 Lake

Directions for MP Soap: Dissolve in liquid glycerin. Add colour to base, drop-by-drop. Use amount as desired. Adding more drops will produce a darker colour. You have used too much colour if your soap bubbles are not white. Adding this colour to white soap will produce a pastel coloured bar.
Bath Fizzies: Add small amount of powder to dry ingredients. Bath fizzies will become coloured when base becomes moistened.


I have made hundreds of bath bombs and recently came across these colourants while purchasing supplies.  I tried the orange and yellow and could not believe how vibrant the colours were!  I mixed all of the dry and wet first and then added the colourant right at the end; it worked beautifully.  You only need 1/8 to 1/4 tsp for a double batch of bath bombs (makes 9 large bombs) which is excellent value.  I am sure my customers are going to love the fact that they can continue to enjoy a bath bomb without the ring around the tub!  I'm waiting for the red and blue to come back in stock and then I'm buying a supply of this stuff.  It's not available in too many places in Canada so this was quite a find.  Awesome product and excellent price.  Please get more colours if you can.  Thank you.

Love these bath bomb colours!  I'm surprised at how LITTLE I need (only a sprinkle for 10 large bath bombs).  I use the blue & yellow to make a pretty lime green, the red makes a pretty pink, the orange turns a pretty salmon/peach colour...but the blue & red mixed doesn't make a pretty purple-it turns a dark grey colour.  I wish there was a violet.

I think I will buy larger packs of these (I only bought the 5g sample size to try & that will make a few batches..) & some spice shakers at Dollarama & fill them up: a little goes a long way, and a sprinkle is a good way to distribute it.  It does stain your fingers easily, and with them being in little zippered bags, I think the shakers would eliminate some staining,  Try them-you will be pleased!

Hi there, 

Can you tell me the ingerdients in the bath bomb powder? I read the MSDS sheet and it does not have them.


Charles Vigneau

I bought this long time ago.  I need to make CP soap but I ran out of a true yellow mica to color the soaps.  Is it possible if I can use this on soaps?  I only need a little.  I can't  buy the mica right now, because this soap has to be done ASAP.  Thank you!