Simple skin balancing ingredients! Our bath bombs are gentle, natural, and contain no additivesLove a warm incense scented bath bomb but hate the clean up?
Experience rich soulful scented "me" time in the tub. This bath bomb delivers fizzie relaxation and then rinses clean away. If you are a fan of warm incense fragrances and soft skin, you will love our uncomplicated fizzie bath bombs.
- Fizzy and fun bath salts for super soft skin and a relaxing retreat
- No mess formula dissolves completely with no residue or color staining
- A warm spicy and deeply spiritual scent
- Pack of 6 identical bath bombs
Soulful Incense and SpiceThe warm spicy aroma of incense is a gift to the spirit. Deeply sensual and ethereal, these oils have been used for centuries to evoke the higher mind, call the soul to participate in the joyfulness of creation, and awaken celebration in the heart.
What's in Bath Bomb ?
|Highest EWG:||2||Made in USA:||67%||Sustainable:||98%|
|Vegan Friendly:||98%||Certified Organic:||0%|
Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate), Citric Acid, Isopropyl Alcohol, Fragrance (Frankincense (Olibanum Boswellia) Oil AND Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha) Oil).
|Boswellia Carteri (Frankincense) Resin||What It Is: Arguably the world's most holy scent, the spicy, woodsy aroma is used in religious contexts all over the world. In aromatherapy, this is a spirit engaging fragrance, assisting with meditation, clarity of emotions, and soulful reflection.|
How It's Used: Frankincense has been used as a beautifying oil for centuries and promotes hydration.
How It's Made: The bark of the tree is cut to make the sap "weep" out, then weeks later the tears are collected. Frankincense is usually diluted in a solvent to make it usable as an oil.
|Commiphora Myrrha (Myrrh) Oil||What It Is: A woody, spicy, sweet aroma with a slight medicinal note, Myrrh is an indispensable component in incense and perfumes. In aromatherapy, Myrrh mellows the emotions and promotes self reflection.|
How It's Used: Myrrh is soothing to the skin and helps retain moisture.
How It's Made: The bark of the tree is cut to make the sap "weep" out, then weeks later the tears are collected. Myrrh is usually diluted in a solvent to make it usable as an oil.