Patchouli** Botanical Bath Bomb with Jasmine Flowers

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SKU:
FSS-BOTBOMB-PATCHOG
UPC:
748926956499
Scent:
Patchouli
Product:
Botanical Bath Bomb

Description

 

 

Highest EWG: 2Made in the USA:65%Sustainable:100%
Natural:
Naturally Derived:
Nature Identical:
5%

30%

60%
Vegan Friendly:100%Certified Organic:5%

Skin balancing ingredients! Our bath bombs are gentle, natural, and contain no additives

 
  • FIZZY AND FUN bath salts for super soft skin and a relaxing retreat
  • NO MESS formula dissolves completely with no residue or color staining
  • The pure earthy, woody, spicy scent of straight Patchouli
 

This popular essential oil is recognized around the world for its earthy, woody, spicy scent. This scent contains only patchouli oil.

Using Bath Bombs

Drop one of these artisan bombs in the bath and watch the show! It fizzes and swirls and makes an underwater volcano. Each bomb is enough for one bath. Try a bath bomb to refresh, relax, and unwind.

Aromatherapy

Patchouli is grounding and comforting. It's spicy earthiness are a key component in many incense blends, and it is helpful for spiritual enhancement.

Skin Benefits

Patchouli oil is a thick syrup that is used for its calming, softening, and moisture retention properties.

Bath bombs are more than just fun to use. They are a great way to soften skin and relax the body and mind. The combination of baking soda, salt, and citric acid is a triple power house of softening and refreshment for your skin. You can feel good about taking your "me" time in the bath!

 

Ingredients

Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate), Citric Acid, Isopropyl Alcohol, Fragrance (Patchouli (Pogostemon Cablin) Oil*), Black Walnut Hull Powder*, Jasmine Flowers.*Organic Ingredient

About the Ingredients

In addition to organic herbs and flowers, our Bath Bombs are made with a blend of Baking Soda and Citric Acid. This is a balanced concoction that refreshes and softens skin. Since there is no added oils, these treats don't leave a ring of residue on your bath tub.

IngredientDescription 
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)What It Is: A dense white powder.
How It's Used: Adds alkalinity to bath and body products. It is a skin softener and a deodorizer. It is used in combination with Citric Acid to create fizzing in bath salts.
How It's Made: Beginning with natural minerals that are mined, soda ash is created and processed, purified, dried and powdered.
EWG: 1
Nature Identical
Citric AcidWhat It Is: A grainy white solid.
How It's Used: Added to cosmetic formulas to alter the pH and is also used to create fizz in bath bombs.
How It's Made: Produced commercially by microbial fermentation of a carbohydrate substrate.
EWG: 2
Naturally Derived
Water, IsopropanolWhat It Is: A clear watery liquid with a distinct alcohol odor.
How It's Used: Add astringency to cosmetic preparations.
How It's Made: Water and propene are hydrolyzed, then distilled to extract the alcohol.
EWG: 2
Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) OilWhat It Is: Patchouli is the signature fragrance of the social revolution of the 1960s and is a familiar fragrance to many people worldwide. The spicy earthy tones are often used as perfume on its own. In aromatherapy, Patchouli is known as an uplifting fragrance, but is deeply sensual and comforting also. The spicy earthiness of this oil promotes a warm, connected, contented feeling, which is why it is also considered an aphorodisiac.
How It's Used: Patchouli is moisturizing and soothing to the skin.
How It's Made: The oil is steam extracted from the leaves.
EWG: 1
Natural
Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) OilWhat It Is: Patchouli is the signature fragrance of the social revolution of the 1960s and is a familiar fragrance to many people worldwide. The spicy earthy tones are often used as perfume on its own. In aromatherapy, Patchouli is known as an uplifting fragrance, but is deeply sensual and comforting also. The spicy earthiness of this oil promotes a warm, connected, contented feeling, which is why it is also considered an aphorodisiac.
How It's Used: Patchouli is moisturizing and soothing to the skin.
How It's Made: The oil is steam extracted from the leaves.
EWG: 1
Natural
Jasminum Odoratissimum FlowersWhat It Is: Cream and white flowering parts of this Asian shrub that is part of the olive family.
How It's Used: Jasmine Flowers are used for decorating bath bombs and bath salts. The delicate fragrance of these flowers is prized around the world.
How It's Made: Jasmine plants are harvested and cut, then the flowering parts of the plant are separated from the stalks. They are then dried and packaged.
EWG: 1
Natural

 

Instructions

Fill the tub with warm water to your liking. Add the bath bomb, enter tub, and enjoy the fizz and fragrance. Soak for up to one hour.

 

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