Bath additives such as water pearls, care foam in bottles or sea salt have been around for a long time. So-called bath bombs, on the other hand, are relatively new: a solid bath additive that dissolves as soon as it comes into contact with moisture – releasing carbon dioxide in the process. This causes the water to start bubbling. Once the bath bomb has completely dissolved, the ingredients unfold their effect. You can find out what these are and what you should consider when using them as follows.
Regardless of size, scent, or color, bath bombs are usually made up of the same ingredients:
In fact, bath bombs are not only available to buy ready-made. With just a few ingredients, you can make the solid bath additive at home yourself – or your children can too. For example, this set includes everything you need: seven sachets of the acid base, 210 grams of sodium bicarbonate, a measuring spoon, three coloring agents, two scents, five pipettes, six shapes (such as flowers, starfish or shells) and even two gift boxes. The package also contains detailed instructions on how to mix the ingredients correctly. According to the manufacturer, the content is enough for seven bath bombs.
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