What isn't good about bath bombs? Nobody wants to bathe in plain water anymore.
Apart from the Instagram-able aesthetics that come with tossing a bath bomb into a tub full of water, there are some benefits to using these things.
The sphere (or donut, in our case) is jam-packed with natural ingredients that are good for the body. For instance, sodium bicarbonate which provide high alkaline substances that promote the removal of toxins within your body. Some other benefits include:
- Cleans and repairs the skin
- Increases skin elasticity
- Strengthens blood vessels
It doesn't stop there! Aside from having healthier feels, it's also light on your wallet too. The affordability of a bath bomb is tremendously cheaper than a spa day with the added comfort of doing it in your own home. Bath bombs can also make the perfect gift, especially for the ones who are hard to buy for.
And I haven't forgotten to write about people with sensitive skin. It isn't recommended that you use bath bombs but you do not miss out. Bath salts are the un-molded version of the bath bomb, but less potent. Give these a try but always remember to do a test patch first, and if irritation continues to get it checked out by your doctor.