When used as a pigment, it is called titanium white, because it will give your products an ethereal bright white colour. It is naturally opaque and bright, which makes it useful for use in many different industries such as ;
paper, ceramics, rubber, textiles, paints and cosmetics. It is also UV-resistant, and is used widely in sunscreens. It is used in a wide variety of personal care products, including color cosmetics such as eye shadow and blush, loose and pressed powders.
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You can use titanium dioxide in the following rinse off products:
melt and pour soap
cold process soap
Titanium Dioxide is useful to mix with other powdered pigments to give softer, pastel colours. Food grade product, when used as a food colouring, it has E number E171. It can be used in all food and personal care applications where whitening is required.
To avoid clumps or speckles in your products,Titanium Dioxide can be mixed with oil, water, glycerine or glycol. Before adding to your solution, sift it and make sure you have no lumps in it, then make a 'paste' with a little water, glycerine or glycol, add this to your 'wet' products such as melted soap base, cold process soap or add in with the wet stage of bubble bar base and mix in well will improve the finish and avoid colour clumps.
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