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We're Getting Naked For Summer!

♻️♻️SO!!! ITS TIME TO GET NAKED!!♻️♻️ LONG POST ALERT!! We're going to try this market with some of our bath bombs completely naked, only some of the new batches will be completely naked but the rest will still have their shrink wrap until they sell and then we will be fully bare! I thought id do a little post on why we do shrink wrap and why in the future if this trail doesn't work we may need to go back to it.

Shrink wrapping in bad weather. - a bath bomb is made up of two main ingredients. Bicarbonate of sofa (baking soda) and citric acid (the thing that makes sour sweet tangy) these two ingredients when introduced with water separate do nothing, they don't fizz they just dissolve. But when put together in a bath bomb with other ingredients and colorants they foam/fizz and we call it 'activating'. Things that can make this a problem is HUMIDITY. One thing all bath bomb makers dislike. And as we can't change the humidity of an outside market or the rain that may come in. We choose to shrink wrap to protect from the elements. This shrink wrap may have to be re introduced if we find the weather gets worse. Why do we have a label on it?

We are making the promise to completely get rid of the cardboard label with ingredients on our bath bombs by July. And will stop producing bath bombs with cardboard tags from today. ly available on the website and the point of sale when buying your items. Shrink Wrap! We shrink wrap our products such as soap bars, and bath bombs. Shrink wrap is made of fully recyclable plastic that can go with your normal recycling and continue to help in the environment by being processed into other things like milk bottles or sauce bottles.

We will be TRAILING removing out clear outer shell for the next month. One of the main reasons we use it is for freshness. Unlike other bath bomb makers which may have retail stalls we work online, collection, and markets. All three have different needs with it being delicate and not loosing scent. We want you to get the most out of your product and don't want the scent to go. So we are going to restocking more often on popular items and removing the shrink wrapping until weather changes. Shrink wrapping in bad weather. - a bath bomb is made up of two main ingredients. Bicarbonate of sofa (baking soda) and citric acid (the thing that makes sour sweet tangy) these two ingredients when introduced with water separate do nothing, they don't fizz they just dissolve. But when put together in a bath bomb with other ingredients and colorants they foam/fizz and we call it 'activating'. Things that can make this a problem is HUMIDITY. One thing all bath bomb makers dislike. And as we can't change the humidity of an outside market or the rain that may come in. We choose to shrink wrap to protect from the elements. This shrink wrap may have to be re introduced if we find the weather gets worse. This was a very long post but I hope it explains a few things and we look forward to being nude!! It means you'll smell us from a mile away!

If you order from now till july you may have a mix of naked and wrapped bath bombs.


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