Moon’s Harvest Buttermint Bath Bomb

Looks good enough to eat, doesn’t it? But don’t…
In my quest to find deliciously scented bath bombs at a lower price point than the ones from LUSH, I came across Moon’s Harvest. They have a huge variety of scents at very fair prices. I got a whole bunch, haha. I wanted some serious therapy, apparently.
Anyway, the first one I tried was this little beauty, Buttermint. It’s definitely more buttery than minty, but it smells great– like yummy candies. I ran a bath of warm-but-not-hot (hey it’s hot here still!) water and plopped the bath bomb in right under the stream of water. It fizzed gloriously and produced some bubbly foam. The scent was strong and wafted around the whole bathroom/bedroom. Yum. My bath was so relaxing. The foam was just as moisturizing as the rest of the bath due to the lovely skin-friendly ingredients in the bomb. I rubbed it in like lotion, haha. The bomb lasted quite a while before disintigrating completely, too. I was pleased to find that while the color of the water did darken slightly, there was no stain on the tub whatsoever. The tub was a bit oily afterward but that’ll happen with any bomb. I just rinsed and washed it a teensy bit when I was done to avoid any later slips/falls.
Overall I was very pleased with this bath bomb and I can’t wait to try my other choices from Moon’s Harvest. The Buttermint bomb is generously sized at 8 oz and is only $3.25. To be quite honest with my tiny tub I probably would have done just fine with half of the bomb, but I couldn’t figure out how to break the sucker without shattering it. If anyone has any tips, let me know. :)
Buttermint bath bomb ingredients:
Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Sea Salt, Jojoba Oil, Safflower Oil, Sunflower Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Castor Oil, Shea Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Water, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (plant derived,)Borax, Fragrance and or Essential Oils, Food Grade Colorant


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