Frequently asked questions
How long can I keep a bath bomb before using?
Store your bath bombs in an airtight container or a ziplock bag in a cool, dark place. This helps to protect the bath bomb from moisture and keeps it from drying out or losing scent. We always recommend using our products, sooner rather than later. The longer you wait, the less effective the product will be unless it is stored well. I would personally use it within six months from the time you purchased it.
I have super sensitive skin, will bath bombs give me a rash?
If you are sensitive to scent, bath bombs might not be a good choice for you. You might want to try our Bath Tea Soak which is a little less fragrant but still provides a great detoxifying and relaxing bath experience. We recommend that you do not use our products on open sores or irritated, inflammed skin.
Are your bath bombs nut free?
Are your products safe to use while pregnant?
Do I need to clean my tub after using the bath bomb?
It depends on which bath bomb you use but in general it is probably a good idea to rinse the tub after use. We do have natural colors in a few of our bath bombs. It is best to rinse any ring left from colors right after letting out the water to prevent color stain build up. If you do this right away and use a soft microfiber cloth, it should come off without the use of a cleaner. Botanicals/grains can be rinsed down the drain or you can prevent this from happening by putting the bath bomb inside a nylon stocking. We do include one nylon stocking with every bath bomb order. The bombs will still react, releasing scent and oils through the fabric but the solids will remain inside the stocking. Once you are done you can rinse out the stocking and reuse another time.
What is the shelf life of your sugar scrubs?
We do not use any preservatives in our products therefore we recommend using all of our products within 6 months of purchasing. To prolong the life of your products, keep the lids on as much as possible and do not expose the products to water.
My sugar scrub is hard, what should I do?
Our sugar scrubs are made with coconut oil. Coconut oil at room temperature is solid in form so if your product is feeling firm (with the lid on) soak the container in warm to hot water. This should soften the hardened coconut oil in just a few moments.