Scentsy announced last week that we will have Bath Bombs ready to order on November 1st.
They also announced that we will have a special Bath Bomb Giveaway starting on October 30th.
Come back here and visit and the below button will lead to your entry into our Giveaway!
Where are Scentsy bath bombs made?
They’re made by hand in Meridian, Idaho at the Scentsy warehouse.
Who invented the Bath Bomb?
They were invented as an alternative to bubble baths for sensitive skin. Mo Constantine, one of the co-founders of LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics (known back then as the mail-order business Cosmetics To Go), wanted to indulge in luxurious baths, but her skin was easily irritated by traditional bubble baths. In 1989, she blended baking soda and citric acid for a fizzy effect, got creative with colors, essential oils, and add-ins like flower petals and sea salt.
The Fresher the bath bomb is, the more it will fizz. Seems like 21 days is the standard and when you’ll want to use it by.
What makes a bath bomb fizz? The chemical reaction between bicarbonate of soda and citric is what makes your bath bomb fizz and move across the tub, according to Lush digital lab assistant Rachel Lake. One mixture is faster than the other, so by combining the mixture in certain ways, the inventors can control the flow of the bath bomb.