F.A.Q For Bath Bombs


Here are some questions that I'm asked about bath bombs. If you can't find the answer to your question, why not drop me a message. I'd be happy to help.

1. How do I use a bath bomb?

It's easy to use my bath bombs, simply run your bath and gently place the bathbomb in the water. Let it fizz away completely before getting in and enjoy!

2. What is the best way to keep a bath bomb fresh?

Bath bombs don't love damp or humid places, so to keep your bath bomb at its very best, keep it wrapped up in a cool dry place until you are ready to use it.

3. Do bath bombs expire?

My bath bombs have a best before date on the eco-friendly packaging. I recommend using them within that time but provided you inspect your bath bomb carefully for any sign of damp, discoloration or damage, then you can use the best before as a guide. I would not recommend using it many months past the best before date. My bombs are made in small batches for freshness. 

4. Can I use my bath bomb for my pet?

No, I would not recommend this. 

5. Can the bath bomb stain my skin?

You should not handle the bathbomb with wet hands , or get into the bath until the bath bomb has fully dissolved or you may experience temporary staining.

6. Can the bath bomb stain my bath tub?

It is essential you do not leave the bath water in the bath, and that you clean the bath immediately afterwards to avoid staining. If your bath is old or damaged or you do not follow the instructions , you may experience staining thought this is very rare. 

7. Can I use your bath bombs in my Jacuzzi or hot tub?

No. This is not recommended.

8. Are your bath bombs mass produced?

No, all my bath bombs are hand made by myself under strict standards of hygiene and quality control. They are made in small batches to ensure freshness and professionalism. This means that the colours may occasionally vary batch to batch.

9. Are your bathbombs tested on animals?



10. Are your bath bombs suitable for vegetarians? 


11. Is your packaging eco friendly?

All my packaging is either made from tissue paper or plastic free compostable bags.

I do not use plastic to wrap my products. My packing peanuts are starch based and I do not use bubble wrap. 

The only time plastic might be used is to close the boxes as it has been difficult to source paper tape during lockdown.