The following is a list of common ingredients found in our products and how they are used. You can see exact ingredients on each product page.
We believe in supporting small businesses and local artisans. Therefore, we are happy to purchase our ingredients and molds from those suppliers. Building these relationships is important to getting the best ingredients possible to produce the best products for you.
Alcohol: Alcohol concentration of 91% is used to wet mixtures. Alcohol concentration of 99% is used in painting bath bombs.
Butters: Shea, cocoa, mango etc. are used in our products to provide moisturizing benefits and they are also used in some decorative toppings, like donut drizzle.
Carrier Oils: Avocado Oil, Sweet Almond Oil and Grapeseed Oil are our most commonly used oils. They are used in bath bombs to create the bonding reaction to hold bath bombs together. Carrier oils are also added to our other skin care products to moisturize and soften skin.
Citric Acid: Food grade Citric Acid is a natural ingredient that when combined with baking soda creates fizz and bubbles. It is a main ingredient in the majority of bath bombs. It is commonly used in food preparation and canning.
Cocamidopropyl Betaine: A liquid added to products to produce bubbles.
Potassium Bitartrate: Also known as cream of tartar, it used as a hardener for bath bombs.
Diazolidinyl Urea: Preservative. Used sparingly in limited products.
Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate: Man made salt to emulsify and lather.
Dye: We use only batch certified FD&C (FDA approved) lakes and dyes which are safe on skin and lips.
Essential Oils: Aromatic oils extracted from botanicals. They are added with lighter carrier oils to create wonderfully scented bath soaks and shower steamers.
Fragrance Oils: Artificially created fragrances that are used to give our products fantastic scents.
Flavor Oils: Are added to lip balms to add yummy flavor. They are occasionally added to skin/bath products as they are safe for skin usage and provide lovely scents.
Flowers: Pesticide free dried flower blooms provide a light scent and are lovely to look at. Take care to remove whole buds and larger blooms before draining to avoid plumbing blockages.
Himalayan Salt (pink and black): Rock salt that contains sodium chloride, magnesium, potassium, zinc and calcium. There may or may not be health benefits from bathing in Himalayan salt, but it looks really pretty.
Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate: Preservative. Used sparingly in limited products.
Kaolin Clay: This is used as a hardener in shower steamers and bath bombs. It is also used in facial masks.
Mica: Minerals that are often used in cosmetics for coloring. They have reflective properties allowing for a shimmery effect.
Polysorbate 80: This is a gentle surfactant and emulsifier used in foods and cosmetics. It helps colors/dyes and oils mix into the bath water.
Potassium Bitartrate: Also known as cream of tartar, it used as a hardener for bath bombs
Propylene Glycol: Man made organic compound used to condition skin.
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda): A major ingredient in bath bombs that help to create fizz. Combined with citric acid it produces the "Bomb" in bath bomb. It leaves your skin soft and smooth and can help in healing rashes, bug bites and yeast infections.
Sodium Chloride: Salt
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate: A natural surfactant derived from coconuts.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA): This is a mild natural cleanser that is skin safe and washes away easily. It is used to create bubbles and foam. NOT to be confused with SLS which can be a harsh skin irritant.
Sorbitol: Sugar that is made from fruit.
Stearic Acid: Naturally derived fatty acid from vegetables and plants.
Whole Milk Powder: Adds additional foam and bubbles. This can be omitted for custom orders with a vegan preference.