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How to Use Shower Fizzers

How to Use Shower Fizzers

You may be wondering how to use a shower fizzer. To use our fizzy shower bombs, unwrap and remove the fizzer from the foil and moisten under the running shower water to activate the effervescence. Then place the shower fizzer on the floor of the shower towards the corner or just out of the direct spray of the water. The shower fizzer should be getting lightly sprinkled by the running water.…
How to Use Bath Bombs

How to Use Bath Bombs

Drop a bath bomb into your warm bath water and watch it fizz as it dissolves into a softening and moisturizing, fragrant bath, leaving your skin feeling soft and silky. Lay back and relax in the soothing bath water. Our bath bombs are highly aromatic, fizzy and loaded with moisturizing coconut oil, rich shea butter, and soothing Epsom salt. Sure to create a luxurious and relaxing bathing e…
CBD Bath Bombs: Get the Basics

CBD Bath Bombs: Get the Basics

What are the benefits of CBD bath bombs? Your skin is your largest organ and is a powerful delivery system for absorbing cannabinoids and balancing your endocannabinoid system. As you soak in the warm water, your pores open and allow your body to absorb the essential oils and CBD. Our 100 mg Full Spectrum CBD Bath Bombs are a great full body topical for all over relief. CBD Bath bombs are excell…
Our Natural Oil Serums: What's Inside

Our Natural Oil Serums: What's Inside

Ingredients in Both of Our All-Natural Oil SerumsJojoba Oil Rich in beauty-boosting vitamins A, E, and D, plus antioxidants and fatty acids. Jojoba oil is the most similar moisturizer to our skin's own sebum and able to penetrate deeply, reaching below the top layer of skin for maximum nourishment. Jojoba oil cultivates balance to the complexion, helping to prevent acne and blemishes.Argan Oil…
Benefits of Shea Butter: A Supportive Body Product

Benefits of Shea Butter: A Supportive Body Product

Extracted from the nuts of Karite trees, shea butter is a versatile fat. Grown in Ghana, Essential Addictions' shea butter comes from a women’s collective. They extract the butter from the nuts, giving employment and income to hundreds of thousands of women living in rural Africa. Shea butter is so non-toxic and beneficial that it is used in foods and cooking as well as our soaps, lotions…
Get to Know Our Non-Toxic Bar Soaps

Get to Know Our Non-Toxic Bar Soaps

What is cold process soap? Cold process soap making is the traditional method of making real soap. The process is the method of combing Sodium Hydroxide (soda ash or lye) to oils creating a chemical reaction called saponification in which the lye is neutralized and fatty acids converted into soap. Glycerin is a naturally occurring byproduct of the soap making process and remains naturally in the…