Fizzy Bath Bomb - Midnight Pearl 4.5 oz.
Midnight Pearl Fizzy Bath Bomb is the most romantic scent (in sort of a Laura Petrie way) that we make. It's heady and like a night at the club. With pearls. And Rob. Colored with activated charcoal powder.
Pairs nicely with our Midnight Pearl Soap and Midnight Pearl Lotion.
What's the deal with bath bombs?
Ahh, long hot baths. Kind of a lost art in this busy world. But fizzy bath bombs make spending time in a restful bath all worth it. These large bath bombs are filled with nothing but natural colorants, 99% natural ingredients (all but the fragrance oils, which are man-made loveliness), and scents that match our best selling Just Like Jane soaps.
But Jane, what if I don't like baths?
You are a "shower" person. But you like the smell of bath bombs. The struggle is real. So here's what you do. You buy the bath bomb, break it into about 4 pieces and store it in tupperware. Then here's the genius: you put a section of bath bomb in the stream of water from your shower and BOOM...your shower smells great. OR BETTER YET...buy a set of our Shower Steamers!
Like Lush, Really
No, our bath bombs aren't as cheap as some. And yes, they are worth it. They come beautifully wrapped, ready to gift. Our essential oils and fragrances are top quality, chosen with care from among hundreds. Because there's nothing worse than a cheap bath bomb fragrance...it leaves you feeling like you need to take a shower right after your bath. Bleh. We just don't think it's worth saving a buck to smell like cheap room freshener, and we hope you'll agree.
Unwrap and drop in full tub. Watch it fizz. Obviously, do not ingest bath water or get in eyes. Because of the moisturizing oils contained in the bath bomb, your drained tub may be just a little slick until it is washed with soap.
Baking soda, Epsom salt, corn starch, citric acid, sunflower oil, polysorbate 80 (to bind the oils, colorant, and water), water, fragrance or essential oils, natural colorant, love. Do not ingest.
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