Vanilla Bean and Cream doughnut - Essential bath time
Vanilla Bean and Cream doughnut - Essential bath time

Vanilla Bean and Cream doughnut

Regular price $11.95 Sale

Vanilla Bean and Cream doughnut is an indulgent doughnut bath bomb. Those of you who love Vanilla will love this bath bomb as it is scented with vanilla bean. The handmade piped soap is infused with certified organic fresh vanilla bean to give a real vanilla scent to indulge in.

the best way to get the most out of your doughnut bath bomb is to take the top off, place it flat on top of your water gently and watch the metallic tones disperse in your water, repeat for the Bottom bath bomb OR save the bottom for another bath, use your beautiful soap to wash and soften your skin.

please note, all bath bombs are hand made fresh and there may be a waiting period of 4 days for your bath bomb to be hand made, dried and piped before your doughnut bath bombs are sent out.

 

Ingredients include:

Bicarbonate soda, Citric Acid, Epsom Salt, Cream of Tatar, Kaolin clay, Organic Corn flour, Organic Grape seed oil, Polysorbate 80, Sodium Lauryl sulfoacetate, Mineral Mica, isopropyl, Fragrance oil, Organic vanilla bean

Soap Piping: GLYCERIN, AQUA, SODIUM COCOYL ISETHIONATE, DISODIUM LAURYL SULFOSUCCINATE, SORBITOL, GELETIN, EGG WHITE POWDER, FRAGRANCE OIL, ORGANIC VANILLA BEAN.

MAY CONTAIN RACES OF NUTS.

CONTAINS EGG WHITE POWDER

DO NOT INGEST or MISUSE THIS PRODUCT IN ANY WAY, THIS PRODUCT IS FOR USE IN THE BATH ONLY

SUPERVISION REQUIRED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 6

ALWAYS SUPERVISE CHILDREN IN THE BATH

Essential bath time takes no responsibility in staining of baths tubs, my tips to avoid staining in the bath tub is to keep your bath clean at all times. Colours love to stick to soap scum, water marks, dirt so my suggestion before using a bath bomb from anywhere is to wipe down your bath before and after the use of a bath bomb.

 

Please refer to Terms and Conditions and processing times.

Manufactured by Essential bath time.

Hand Made in Perth Western Australia.

by Monique Murphy.