Bath bombs are used to enhance your bath experience by giving the bather an aromatherapy effect and imparting moisturizing, color, and botanical elements to your water. Comprised mainly of sodium bicarbonate, it reacts with the citric acid to release carbon dioxide gas. The bath bomb starts to break apart as this happens, releasing with it the colorants, fragrances, and skin-conditioning ingredients.
Varieties: Bath Bombs - Approximately 4.5 oz | Sunflower Oil & Coconut Oil Butter Bombs - Approximately 5.5 oz | Cocoa Butter & Shea Butter | Easily broken for multiple baths
Simply unwrap your bath bomb, drop into warm bath and let dissolve. Lay back and just relax.
If you would like to get more than one bath out of your bath bomb, we recommend that you let your bomb dissolve to half it's size. Shake off excess water and set aside. We suggest you use the original bag it came in to store until future use.
Unused bombs should be kept dry, tightly sealed, and stored out of direct light and humidity to preserve their color and fizzy effects.
It's important to know the difference between wholesome handmade soaps and commercial products. Commercial soap can contain many added preservatives and chemicals that make it very hard. On the other hand, handmade soaps are made of wholesome ingredients that make for softer soaps that are filled with skin softening oils and natural ingredients that require a bit more care.
Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses. Never leave your soap to sit in water or have water run directly over your soap while showering. This will greatly diminish the longevity of your soap.
We also recommend cutting larger bars in half and use half at a time, storing the unused portion as noted below. Create a “buffet” of half-bar soaps and enjoy a variety of scents during the week!
Another soap saving option is a Soap Saver. Place your bar of soap in the pouch and pull the drawstring closed. Wet the soap and pouch and lather up. When done hang up the pouch, soap and all, to allow it and your soap to dry between uses.
Store soaps not in use in a covered container that allows air circulation, and in a cool, dry location. Keep your stored soaps out of direct sunlight, as natural ingredient colors may fade. In general, assuming proper storage, your handcrafted soap should last from 6 to 12 months.
Bath Product Wholesale Accounts
Thank you for taking interest in some of the products that Ginger & Bee have to offer.
Ginger & Bee bath and body products are proudly produced, by hand, here in the USA. We are more than happy to send out an application and review your business for a wholesale account. Please head over to our CONTACT PAGE and send us an email request. We provide proximity protection to wholesale accounts
CURRENT LEAD TIME FOR ORDERS: 14-21 DAYS DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, WE ARE CURRENTLY EXPERIENCING HIGH VOLUME. ALL ORDERS ARE PACKAGED AND SHIP IN THE ORDER THEY ARE RECEIVED.
Be Social! Follow Ginger & Bee: A Southern Mercantile Give us a ring: 1.985.262.0116 Houma Thibodaux FAQ