Limited Time Only! Valentine’s Day 2021
Nothing says “I love you” like secluding yourself in a dark room alone for hours with this effervescent bath bomb. Bask in the delicate fragrance of peach and prosecco with super moisturizing champagne extract and a heart shaped embed. How romantic!
Directions: Drop bath bomb into bath water and watch it go! Store in a cool, dry place.
Also known as baking soda, it is a multipurpose ingredient. It helps control odor, it absorbs oil, and it also gently exfoliates the skin. But most importantly, it is always used in bath bombs because when it is paired with citric acid it creates the all-important FIZZ! Baking soda being quite acidi...
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Champagne Extract (Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides, Wine Extract) is a natural luxury perfect for boosting the moisturzing ability of a bath product. Used in soaps, bath bombs, lotions and other products, it is an antioxidant rich extract that's incredibly effective at protecting and nourishing your s...
Also known as Epsom salt, it is an extremely popular addition to any bath soak whether it be bath bombs or bath salts. Epsom salt has been used for hundreds of years to ease all kinds of aches and pains in a bath or foot soak. Despite the name, Epsom salt isn't like salt you put on your fries. It's ...
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