Boîte de 8 Bombes effervescentes - Couleurs et saveurs aléatoires
Nice unique packaging consists of a nice box printed in black on quality recycled cardboard. This box, with colouring illustrations on all sides, is also reusable and can become the coolest little hiding place or treasure box!
This perfect gift box is filled with 8 handmade bath bombs and comes with temporary tattoos from the illustrations in the box.
A bath bomb is not a luxury, it's an opportunity.
Of pleasure, amazement and well-being.
Efferv'essence bath bombs colour the water in a playful way for the pleasure of the eyes of young and old.
Don't worry, they don't stain the skin or the bathtub.
Sweet almond oil will moisturize your skin and leave you feeling soft and silky.
Each bath bomb is individually hand-made. This means that all of my bath bombs have some slight variations and no two will be exactly the same.
*** THE COLOURS AND ODORS OF THE BATH PRODUCTS CONTAINED IN THE BOX ARE VARIABLE AND NON-DEFINED. THE PICTURE IS FOR EXAMPLE ONLY.
The boxes are illustrated and printed in Quebec.
The ingredients for temporary tattoos are written directly on the back of the box. They are produced by a Quebec company.
baking soda, citric acid, sweet almond oil* (easily interchangeable on request), Epsom salt, cream of tartar, witch hazel hydrolate, polysorbate 80*, powdered coloring agents for cosmetics, fragrance or essential oil.
*Polysorbate 80 is a non-ionic emulsifying agent consisting of sorbitol, ethylene oxide and oleic acid. This synthetic compound is a yellow viscous liquid that is soluble in water and alcohols, but insoluble in oils. Polysorbate 80 is a solubilizing and fragrance stabilizing agent; it lubricates and has a soothing effect on the skin. This safety skin ingredient is widely used in lotions, conditioners, cream rinses, shampoos, liquid soaps, body waxes or scrubs, as well as body sprays and flax sprays. The number in the name of Polysorbate indicates the average number of moles of ethylene oxide that has been reacted per mole of sorbitol. The polyoxyethylene sorbitan is then reacted with fatty acids obtained from vegetable fats and oils such as lauric acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid and oleic acid .