The company is based in Bournemouth and sells products to both retail (B2C) and trade (B2B) websites. The company pride themselves on having homemade products, all of which have been crafted by their 250-strong staff. In addition to their stock being truly unique, Bomb Cosmetics have a firm stance on animal testing.
Hereof, what is a Bath Blaster?
A bath bomb is a consumer product used during bathing. It was invented and patented in 1989 by Mo Constantine, co-founder of Lush Cosmetics. It is a compacted mixture of wet and dry ingredients molded into any of several shapes and then dried.
Also know, how do you make bath bombs UK?
Bath bomb recipe
- 100g bicarbonate of soda.
- 50g citric acid.
- 25g cornflour.
- 25g Epsom salt (optional)
- 2 tbsp oil – such as sunflower, coconut or olive oil.
- ¼ tsp essential oil, such as orange, lavender or chamomile.
- a few drops of liquid food colouring.
- orange peel, lavender or rose petals, to decorate (optional)
Are bomb cosmetics tested on animals?
Bunnies R Hunnies
Seriously though, we NEVER have and NEVER will test any of our finished products or ingredients on animals, nor do we employ a third party to do so on our behalf.
Paraben & silicone free. Our Bomb Raw range goes back to basics with handmade, wholesome cosmetics that produce less waste. All our Shampoo Bars are completely plastic free, with a small bio-degradable label on the back providing you with the information you need to have a beautiful tress, without the stress.
You don’t need to shower after a bath bomb. However, you may need to shower afterwards if the bath bombs has flower petals, glitter, strong scents or strong oils as they stick to the skin. If you choose to take a shower, use little soap to retain the benefits of the bath bomb.
Are bath bombs bad for your tub? Bath bombs not any worse for a bathtub than any other soaps or chemicals we put in them. But, wherever there are bath bomb reviews, there seem to be reports of people experiencing staining. So, the worst that can happen is some staining from brighter-colored bath bombs.
Use Them in the Shower
When the shower water hits the bath bomb, it’ll fizz and release its scent into the shower. You won’t get the moisturizing benefits of the bath bomb, but you’ll be able to enjoy its nice, soothing scent!
Unfortunately, the vagina’s pH balance is so delicate that soaps, water, and even food can throw it off. Just like these factors, bath bombs can also throw off your vagina’s pH balance even without a sensitive skin type. Although not common, it may lead to urinary tract infection or irritation.
Sydney Ziverts, a health and nutrition investigator, told Healthline, “People are using these toxic products on a daily basis, unknowingly exposing themselves and loved ones to harmful ingredients.” The potential toxins include fragrance additives like Benzene derivatives, aldehydes (which can increase respiratory …
It is preferable to put the bath bomb in the water before you get in. This way the fizzing can happen, and the explosion of scent can fill the bathroom, so prepare your ultimate bath bomb bathing experience.