What is a bath bomb?
Bath bombs, also known as bath fizzers, are dry ingredients that are designed to effervesce once in contact with warm water. Once it hits the water, it releases essential oils, scents, colors, and bubbles to elevate your bath experience. Bath bombs can help condition the skin and soothe sore muscles. Additionally, they may help detox and relax the body and mind. The great thing about bath bombs is that they contain the precise amount of oils and bath salts that you would normally have to purchase separately. Not only does using bath fizzers speed up the bath time process, but they make the experience so much better.
Is Bath Bomb Harmful To The Body?
The common ingredients of fizzy bath bomb include essential oils, such as lavender, citrus, roses and other plant essential oils. The aroma emitted by essential oils can relax the spirit. In addition, bath bomb also contain substances that nourish the skin, such as almond oil, coconut oil, etc., some bathing balls and even petals are added.
The above substances are harmless to the human body and safer. However, if the skin itself is more sensitive, it is sensitive to the composition of the bath bomb, or it suffers from skin diseases, such as eczema and other lesions. After using a bath, it may cause the original skin disease to recur or worsen, and even the skin appears erythema and pimples. Symptoms.
Bath bomb usually belong to topical products. If you accidentally eat and take internal care, you may cause strong poisoning reactions. If nausea, vomiting and other discomfort occur, you need to seek medical treatment in time. In addition, avoid letting bubbles enter the eyes when using a bath. If you accidentally enter the eyes, rinse it with water immediately to avoid irritating your eyes.
natural bath bomb Recipe
Baking soda – the foundation of this recipe. Combined with citric acid it provokes the fizzing action.
Citric acid – the rarer ingredient in this recipe that many don’t have (you’ll have to buy some). The fizzy reaction is like swimming in champagne.
Cornstarch gives us the silky feeling that we all love in bath bombs. In this recipe, we typically use organic cornstarch powder. Arrowroot works as well but does not provide a finished product as silky.
Oil, salt, and liquid – these are all very flexible and you can choose any mix.
Oil – pick a basic olive oil, almond oil, or coconut oil.
Salt – stick to basic salt or add Epsom salt or another favorite salt choice.
Liquid – simple water works, but herbal witch hazel is also useful for extra skin soothing.
Add scents and colors with natural additives, colorants, and essential oils.