Eco-products are at the peak of popularity, many soap makers actively use natural dyes in their products. Natural yellow dye, a component of soap manufacture and not only, will be discussed in this article.
Natural yellow dye
In order to prepare a yellow dye for soap at home, it is enough to recall how you can “get” the yellow pigment. We picked up the following list of products from which you can get a natural yellow dye for soap and not only.
- Curry – you need to grind the powder with water or in oil, will give a rich yellow, may be an allergen
- Turmeric – you need to grind the powder with water or in oil, gives a rich yellow color
- Rosehip oil -light yellow shade
- Calendula flowers -tincture in oil, decoction or dried flowers, painted, leaving bright inclusions
- Chamomile flowers -tincture in oil, decoction or dried flowers, dyed, will create small blotches
- Lemon zest -will give a soft yellow tint
- Saffron -must be rubbed with water or in oil, gives a yellow color, may be an allergen
The use of dye yellow
Yellow dye obtained at home can be used not only in soap, but also in the manufacture of fluffy biscuits, air creams and elastic mastics. Yellow dye is also popular for dyeing fabrics at home.
More about other natural dyes in soap and how to get this or that color, read our article: Natural Dyes in Soap.
If you have your own observations about this or that component – write in the comments, add the article together!