Moisturising Bath Bombs

Luxury Fragrances & Essential Oils

Velvet Rose & Oud | Relax | Peony Blush | Catch a Wave | Mother Earth | Wakey Wakey

Bath Bomb Gift Set

Not just pretty fizzes, our bath bombs also contain lots of grape seed oil and chunks of shea butter to nourish and moisturise, with added vitamin E to hydrate skin.

Our Relax, Mother Earth & Wakey Wakey bath bombs are bursting with essential oils to help sooth your skin and help you relax.

Fully safety tested and made using only ethically sourced, sustainable and organic ingredients. All our products are free from palm oil, SLS, SLES, parabens and are cruelty-free and vegan. We do not purchase ingredients which have been tested on animals or contain animal derivatives.

All our products are packaged in plastic free, recyclable and biodegradable packaging to do our bit for the Planet. Our bath bombs are packaged in biodegradable and compostable bags made from cellulose. For our Gift Wrapped Bath Bomb Boxes, we use fuchsia coloured shredded paper which is 100% recyclable. All our orders are packed into recycled cardboard boxes and filled with biodegradable packing peanuts composed of cornstarch, which can either be dissolved in water or placed in your compost bin.

Directions for Use:

Place your bath bomb in a tub filled with warm water and watch it fizz and foam to release a burst of colour and gorgeous scents.

Take care after your bath as the tub may be slippy due to the moisturising oils and butter in our bath bombs.

For external use only. Not to be used around the eyes, mucous membranes or on broken skin. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.

Mica are colourant powders we use in our bath bombs, which have been mixed with Polysorbate 80 (a plant derived emulsifier) to bind the mica to the oils within the bath bombs in order to prevent staining of your bath tub. It is recommended that you clean your bath tub prior to using bath bombs and afterwards using a sponge and cleaner. This helps remove any residue along the waterline of your bath tub which the mica may cling to.