• Blue:  Alkanet root, indigo (could stain, use sparingly), poppy seeds,
  • Brown:  Cilantro, cloves, cocoa, coffee grounds, cinnamon, comfrey root, ginger, rosehip seeds,
    rose petals,
  • Gray: Pumice - Ground (exfoliating)
  • Green: Alfalfa, aloe vera, cucumber, dill, fennel, henna,  grass, rosemary powder, sage, spinach,  
    seaweed, spirulina,
  • Orange: Carrot juice, pumpkin, safflower petals
  • Pink: Beet root,  hibiscus, paprika ( exfoliating bars ), rose hips, tomato, red or white wine
  • Purple/Blue: Alkanet ,  madder root
  • Red: Moroccan clay
  • White: Kaolin clay
  • Yellow:   Annatto seed, ground calendula petals chamomile, curry powder, blackberry, blue berry,  
    beta carotene, marigolds, orange peel,turmeric,  saffron
Natural Soap Colorant by Color Produced
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Alfalfa: (use dried, ground alfalfa) gives medium green color
Alkanet root: (infuse in oil) produces purple to blue color
Annatto: (infuse in oil) results in yellow to orange color
Beet root powder: results in squash yellow color; contains antioxidants
Black walnut hull: (use dried, ground) adds purple to black specks; good for exfoliating
Calendula: (dried, whole flowers) produces yellow streaks; has healing properties
Calendula: (powdered) yellow color; healing benefits
Carrots: (use ground, raw) produces yellowish orange color; contains beta carotene
Chamomile: (use dried, powdered) produces beige to yellow color
Chamomile essential oil, German: (also known as Blue Chamomile) results in light green color
Cinnamon: brown color; can be irritating to some skin types
Cloves: (use ground) brown color; can be irritating to some skin types
Cocoa powder: brown color
Chocolate: (use a melted chocolate bar) brown color
Coffee: (use finely ground) brown to black color; exfoliating, has antioxidants, and removes odors
Coffee: (instant) brown to black; antioxidant and odor eliminating
Cornmeal: yellow color; exfoliating
Blue cornmeal: purplish blue to brown color; exfoliating
Elder berries: (use in lye) light brown color; high in antioxidants even though original color has changed
Green tea powder: brownish green color; antioxidants
Henna: olive green to greenish brown color
Indigo powder: deep blue color; Caution: Stains easily!
Kelp: green color; minerals and iodine in minute amounts
Madder root: red to purple color
Milk: shades of beige to brown, maybe orange - (depending on when you add it)
Moroccan Red Clay: brick red color; draws out impurities in the skin
Paprika: gives an orange color
Poppy seeds: black specks; exfoliating
Pumice: gives gray color; good for exfoliating
Rose pink clay: produces brownish pink color; draws out impurities in skin
Rose hips: (use ground) produces burgundy to brown color; high in Vitamin C
Saffron:  yellowish
Sage: (use dried, ground) results in green & browns
Sandalwood powder:   red will be brownish red; yellow will be yellow to beige
Spearmint: (use dried, ground) green to brown color
Spinach: (use dried, ground) produces light green color
Spirulina: produces green to bluish green color
Tumeric: results in yellow color
Additional Natural Colorants by Product
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