Reviewed By: Michael
Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Location: Long Beach, CA
Comments: I am using this for bath bombs, I found it to be a very watery product. it is doing the job but I am not really satisfied with how it takes so much to color..
FNWL Response: Michael, as our description specifically mentions: "FNWL uses the standardized name for this color additive. Standardized names, however, can sometimes be vague. In our experience, Violet #2 is a classic purple (violet) hue. This particular colorant can be rather subtle. For a more intense color, try using Violet #2 Powder instead. The amount of colorant that you use will affect the intensity and vibrancy of the hue."
Reviewed By: Lorrie
Posted: Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Location: Blackshear, GA
Reviewed By: Keisha
Posted: Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Location: Dorchester, MA
Comments: I purchased this coloring to use on my bath salts, I had to use a lot of it like others did say tothe color I wanted, and also it made the bath salts a little too wet for my liking. But I really did enjoy the color.
FNWL Response: Keisha, that's not a fault of the dye but is simply an issue with coloring particular natural salts. Please be careful when coloring bath salts. If you color them way too heavily, the colorant can potentially stain the skin or tub. Our Pearlescent Micas are another beautiful alternative for adding color to salts.
Reviewed By: Nichelle
Posted: Monday, April 6, 2009
Location: Pullman, WA
Comments: This is such a neat purple color!