This cold and snowy winter may be slowly coming to an end, but any time of year is a great time to relax in a bubble bath!
Huckleberry Hill's Bubbling Bath Powder is gentle and soothing. It fills your bath with bubbles and scents the room.
Baking soda, epsom salt, citric acid, avocado oil, and essential oils are blended with a mild surfactant to create this lovely bath product with lasting bubbles.
Baking soda and citric acid are the base of Huckleberry Hill’s bath bombs and create a fizzing effect in the bath.
Epsom salts are very therapeutic. They soothe sore muscles and are calming.
Avocado oil softens and moisturizes the skin. It is high in vitamin D and fabulous to hydrate dry and damaged skin.
The mild surfactant forms a lovely rich lather that lasts throughout your bath*.
Bubbling Bath Powder comes in 90g and 350g Mason jars and is available in four scents:
LAVENDER LIME blends lime, lemon and lavender essential oils to create a bath experience that is balancing for all senses.
PEPPERMINT EUCALYPTUS blends peppermint, eucalyptus and tea tree essential oils opens the senses for a refreshing bath.
SWEET ORANGE is a simple citrus scent that is refreshing and uplifting.
UNSCENTED is for those who are sensitive to scent, but still love a soothing bubble bath. A small amount of Canadian glacial clay is added to the unscented bubbling bath powder to increase the therapeutic effects of the bath.
*I gave considerable thought around developing a bubble bath using a surfactant and what surfactant to use. After some research, I decided to use the mild surfactant Lathanol or Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA). SLSA is a gentle, non-irritating product. It has a larger molecular size and is therefore unable to penetrate the skin or mucous membranes as other surfactants can. It is a much gentler option than other surfactants and has proven to be a great addition to this product. It is used in this product at a low percentage.