Skin balancing ingredients! Our luxury bath bombs are gentle, natural, and contain no additivesWant a patchouli scented luxury spa experience at home?
Experience woodsy exotic scented "me" time in the tub. This bath bomb delivers fizzie relaxation and with a touch of botanical fun. If you are a fan of patchouli fragrances and luxurious herbal spa treats, you will love our botanical fizzie bath bombs.
- PURE ESSENTIAL OILS: Made with pure Patchouli Oil, no synthetic fragrances
- 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
Luxury scented bath fizzys are guaranteed to have only natural |FragIngred|. The extra care taken to ensure the pristine condition of the woodsy exotic fragrance is an indulgence you can feel good about.
Earthy Woody Spicy
What's in Botanical 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 (Patchouli (Pogostemon Cablin) Oil*), Black Walnut Hull Powder*, Jasmine Flowers.*Organic Ingredient
|Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) Oil||What 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 aphrodisiac.|
How It's Used: Patchouli is moisturizing and soothing to the skin.
How It's Made: The oil is steam extracted from the leaves.
|Jasminum Odoratissimum Flowers||What 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.