Halloween is all about trick-or-treating, but not everyone is happy about all the sugar our kids consume, so I wanted to offer an alternative to sweets. These mini bath bombs are the perfect treat and are super fun, because they’ll reveal a hidden surprise in the bath!
Did you know, clays can also be added to bath bombs? These bath bombs combine the cleansing properties of clay with the detoxifying benefits of Himalayan sea salt for a wonderful bath experience.
Lavender is not something you usually associate with New Zealand, so it comes to a surprise to many to hear that there are several dozen commercial lavender growing farms here in New Zealand
Shower smoothies are whipped up foamy bath butter bases with added nourishing and conditioning ingredients, such as butters and oils, which makes them particularly mild and moisturising to your skin. They are also extremely convenient
These luscious rose and shea butter bath bombs make wonderful last minute gifts for someone who deserves a bit of pampering
Easter doesn’t have to be all about chocolate, although I wouldn’t say no to chocolate, but it’s nice to get something different for a change. Especially if you have little ones, and they get more chocolate than they could (or should) ever eat! These Easter bath bomb chicks are easy and fun to make.
The fragrance of the feijoa is a very distinct fresh, tropical, fruity scent. Perfect for bath bombs! Besides the delicious fragrance, these bath bombs also contain nourishing mango butter to keep your skin hydrated and moisturised.
Bath bombs are pure balls of fizzy fun at bath time. Not only that, bath bombs can have positive effects on your skin, body and mood. Depending on what ingredients you add, they can either be skin soothing, relaxing, invigorating or detoxifying. Here is a simple basic bath bomb tutorial for you to try.