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Bath Bombs help create a tranquil atmosphere to help you unwind and clear your mind. Once you add a bath bomb to your tub, it dissolves and releases delightful scents and colors. You will enjoy the subtle transformation from an ordinary bath to a spa like experience a bath bomb gives. The pleasant scent will linger with you throughout the day.


Key Benefits:

  • Epsom Salt:
    • Benefits: Known for its muscle-soothing properties, Epsom salt helps relax and alleviate tension during a bath. It can also aid in detoxification by drawing out impurities from the skin.
  • Citric Acid:
    • Benefits: Citric acid contributes to the fizzy reaction in bath bombs, creating a delightful effervescence. This reaction enhances the sensory experience of the bath, making it more enjoyable.
  • SLSA (Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate):
    • Benefits: SLSA is a gentle, plant-derived surfactant that creates luxurious bubbles without causing skin irritation. It enhances the overall bathing experience, making it feel like a spa-like indulgence.
  • Baking Soda:
    • Benefits: Baking soda helps regulate pH levels in the bathwater and interacts with citric acid to produce the fizzing effect. It has skin-soothing properties, leaving the skin feeling soft and refreshed.
  • Sweet Almond Oil:
    • Benefits: Sweet almond oil is a nourishing ingredient that moisturizes and soothes the skin. Rich in vitamins and fatty acids, it promotes soft and supple skin, preventing dryness.
  • Fractionated Coconut Oil:
    • Benefits: This lightweight oil is easily absorbed and adds an extra layer of moisture to the skin without a greasy feel. With antioxidant properties, it contributes to overall skin health.

Unicorn pineapple scented Bath Bombs

  • Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Magnesium Sulfate, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate, Fragrance, Witch Hazel, Red 40.


    * *May contain coconut oil, Potassium Bitartrate, cosmetic glitter, candy, flower petals, yellow 5, blue 1, red 40, gold or silver flakes.

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