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Drop a Bath Bomb in the bath and watch the show!
 
Simple ingredients for a wonderful aromatherapy bath - no clean up at the end!

Using Bath Bombs

Drop one of these bombs your tub - it fizzes and swirls and makes an underwater volcano.

Bath bombs are more than just fun to use. When you drop one in your bath, the ingredients of the bath bomb are dispersed in the water evenly and in the proper amounts. This is especially important when it comes to essential oils and fragrance oils, which should always be dispersed for use on skin.  The combination of baking soda and citric acid is a power house of softening and restoration for your skin. When combined with the aromatherapy of the essential oils, you can feel good about taking your "me" time in the bath!

And clean up is a snap!  Since there is no oil and no colorants added to our bath bombs, there is no ring and no scrubbing after your bath.
Instructions: Fill the tub with warm water to your liking, then add the bath bomb and enjoy the fizz and fragrance for up to one hour.
Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), citric acid, essential oils (see products for details) or fragrance oils, isopropyl alcohol.

About the Ingredients

The use of Baking Soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, in the bath is a well known home remedy for irritated, dry skin.  Baking soda also has TONS of other uses - this article has a pretty complete description.  In bath bombs, baking soda is used to soften the water and skin.  

Citric acid gives your skin a healthy glow when used in proper amounts.  The action of acid on the skin helps the natural process of sloughing off the cells that are ready to be shed.  See the blog  "What does clean mean?" for a discussion on our outside layers of skin, and this article on Citric Acid and skin from healthy lifestyle web site LiveStrong.   

This balanced recipe is a concotion that allows your natural skin beauty to shine!  

As you enjoy the beauty benefits and fun of bath bombs, please keep in mind that all of the ingredients are chemicals, including the essential oils.  This product is intended to be used on the body in combination with large amounts of water.  These bath bombs can also be used as a scrub, but should always be used in a bath with plenty of water available.  DO NOT USE ON YOUR FACE.  When used according to the instructions, the result of using yummy smelling bath bombs in your bath is a refreshed, glowing outer layer!
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