Bath Bombs! Simple, yet under-appreciated! Who even thought of the bath bomb idea anyway? Mo Constantine, the co-founder of Lush, created the first official bath bomb in 1989 after becoming intrigued by Alka-Seltzer tablets. There are a few main purposes for using them, bath bombs create ambiance, have healing properties, provide aromatherapy, are usually all-natural, and leave the skin soft and silky.
Traditionally used in a bathtub, there are other ways that you can use your bath bomb if you don’t have a tub, time to take a bath, or maybe you just want to try something different:
Use in a foot soak
In the shower and watch it fizzle
As a scrub
As a drawer sachet
As a deodorize
We love enjoying a bath bomb after a long tiring day but let’s not leave the children out! They love bath bombs; add one to your child’s bathtime and watch the reaction. Whichever way that you decide to use your bath bomb is sure to be a good time.
Be Well, Until Next Time!