Some people call them bath truffles, some people call them bath scoops. Whatever you call them, these little sorbet imposters are irresistible and all about the moisture!
Scented in fresh and fruity Raspberry, there's no bubbles here! Instead, it makes a moisture-rich milk bath, dispersed with a flourish of fizz and fragrance.
Recommended usage is one scoop per bath, but hey- who's gonna know?
Slip into a warm bath and drop in a bath scoop. Watch it fizz, melting the moisturizing Shea Butter and spreading intoxicating scent throughout.
Your only job here is to relax and breath as Organic Shea Butter and mineral-rich clay silkens your skin. You're gonna feel so soft, you can skip the lotion.
ONE BATH SCOOP: weighs about 1.10 oz and will come packaged in a zip lock baggie, or a glassine bag (depending on available supplies.)
FOUR SCOOPS: weighs a minimum of 4 oz and will come packaged in a frosted, re-sealable bag.
ONE HALF POUND: approximately 8 scoops weighing a minimum of 8 oz. The half pound bag will come packaged in a resealable tin-tie bag with a protective, vapor lock lining. All size packages are fully labeled with all ingredients listed.
Please check the ingredients tab! People with skin sensitivities or allergies should first test it on a small spot of the skin and stop using if irritation occurs.
Baking soda is naturally conditioning to the skin as well as deodorizing Coconut milk is packed with vitamins and Alpha Hydroxy Acids. These natural enzymes encourage skin-cell turnover Organic Shea Butter is rich in essential fatty acids that improves skins barrier to the environment Polysorbate 80 is an emulsifier made from vegetable sources. It encourages oil and water to play nicely together, helping to evenly disperse the shea butter in your bath water. It also prevents the color from leaving a bath tub ring. Double win! Kaolin Clay is a mildly drawing, mineral-rich clay that's commonly used in skin and facial treatments. It gives your scoops some extra hardiness, and detoxifies skin Citric Acid is a weak organic acid that occurs naturally in citrus fruits. Combined with baking soda, it causes a fizzing reaction that releases carbon dioxide gas. A natural component of our air, it also puts bubbles in soda and is a gas we naturally exhale Mica colorants or "mineral make-up" are used in cosmetics because they're skin safe. Color adds a bit of fun and makes us feel good!
After a bath, gently pat yourself dry so you don't buff off all that moisturizing shea butter!
Reseal the bag and store your bath scoops in a cool, dry place.