Monday, August 17, 2009

What is a Bath Bomb and how do you use it?

I'm sure you have noticed those egg-shaped colorful things called bath-bombs or bath fizzies in my shop. Some of you might now how to use it, and some might not. Here is an explanation, for those that don't know.

A bath bomb or bath fizzy is a sensual, visual and olfactory experience. To use one, simply drop into your bathtub filled with water, and watch as it releases scent and color. It's really quite fun to watch, especially for kids!

But that's not all...
My bath bombs are specially designed to help soothe skin as well as delight the senses. The special ingredient, Oat Flour provides a therapeutic benefit to skin. Oat Flour is useful in soothing dry itchy irritated skin caused by such skin conditions as Dermatitis or Psoriasis. It is also excellent for soothing sunburn. *Please note that I said SOOTHING, not CURING or HEALING* Bath bombs will not replace medical attention from your doctor.

Will you end up with a tub full of oats? No. Oat Flour bond with water to form a mucilage that helps soothe the skin. This mucilage does not leave a residue in your tub, so no worries about oatmeal in the tub!

I hope I have addressed your questions/concerns about Bath Bombs. Please feel free to post any questions you may have.