Rose Bath Bomb – Misteria

£2.50

A handmade rose bath bomb Misteria. The bath bomb contains natural oils and Epsom salt. Luxury rose aroma with vanilla and muscat notes. You will get silky skin after bath. Get a fantastic atmosphere in your own bath. 

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Buy handmade, fresh, and fizzy rose bath bomb Misteria with fantastic rose flower aroma and naturally dried rose petals. It is a snow-white colour bath bomb that looks awsome thanks to naturally dried rose petal inside that will make your bath special. The bath bomb will not colour your water but the aroma and rose petals will make feel like Royal family member. The rose bath bomb contains Apricot kernel oil which has many benefits for any type of skin. Coconut oil and Epsom salt also will make your bath time pleasureful and relaxing. It could be a very nice present for roses and flowers lovers.

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How to Use

Just drop a bath bomb into the water, wait while it will fizzy up and enjoy. Weight of Bath Bomb is approximately 100g. It is absolutely enough for the medium tub. Avoid getting into the eyes. If product gets into the eyes wash out thoroughly with water. 

Storage

Please keep in the cool dry place, avoid contact with water unless you are ready to use the product as intended. We would recommend using our freshly made bath bombs within 2-3 month for best result. The fresh product needs to be used while they are fresh.

Ingredients

Sodium bicarbonate, Citric acid, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom salt), Aqua, Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Prunus armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Parfum, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Silicylate, Rosa Gallica(Rose petals)

Weight100 g

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