Jack Bath Bomb
Jack Bath Bomb
These luxury bath bombs are full of brightly coloured embeds which will give you a spectacular display in your bath.
The details have been airbrushed and hand painted, meaning that no two bath bombs will be exactly the same.
Scented in black cherry
Watch it being painted
How to use
Hold your bath bomb in the palm of your hand and gently lower it into the water.
Keep the majority of the bath bomb above the water line and let the lower bit begin to fizz.
Once it has started to fizz vigorously, remove your hand and leave your bath bomb to do its own thing.
Most will float, however some will sink, this does not mean they are defective, they just have more ingredients in which has made them heavier than the water.
It may take up to 3 minutes for the bright embed colours to start showing.
NEVER EVER EVER just throw your bath bomb into the bath - it will become water logged and is far less likely to float and give you a nice display.
These bath bombs are packaged in 100% plastic free packaging.
Firstly they are wrapped in a sheet of acid free tissue paper to protect them during transit.
Then they are packed into a 'NatureFlex' bag which is a 100% compostable film made from cellulose, derived from sustainable wood pulp.
The water soluble colours are concentrated. If you hold the bath bomb while it is dissolving you may experience some temporary staining on your skin. This will disappear within a few hours. Please do not handle the bath bomb once you have placed it in the water.
For external use only
Do not use on broken or damaged skin
If irritation occurs, discontinue use immediately
Avoid contact with eyes or mucus membranes
Check the ingredients list and avoid any allergens that you may be sensitive to
Not suitable for use under 3 years of age.
1. This listing is for ONE bath bomb
2. SINKING BATH BOMBS
Most of our bath bombs will float, but I do not provide a guarantee that this will happen.
I make every effort to pack the bath bomb in such a way that it should float. However, a sinking bath bomb is not a fail, it is just a matter of physics, with the bath bomb being heavier than the water is able to support.
You can assist the chances of your bath bomb floating by following the advice given in the video of the 'how to use' tab.
3. STAINING SKIN
Water soluble dyes are used to colour the bath bombs. If you hold them in wet hands for any length of time, this dye can transfer to your hands, leaving them looking stained - especially with the darker colours. Don't worry, most of the time it will wash off straightaway. And if the bath bomb has been held for a long time and the skin staining is significant, it might take a few washes, but it will disappear.
4. STAINING CLOTHES:
Although water soluble dyes are used, be careful not to transfer them onto clothing or towels as there is a small risk they may not completely wash out.
5. STAINING BATH:
Water soluble dyes are used to colour the bath bombs and a small amount of mica to highlight the details.
These bath bombs should not stain your bath. However, if you have a build up of products and oils already in the bath, you may notice a slightly coloured ring around the edge of the bath.
Also, most baths have micro scratches and there is a small risk that some of the mica used to paint the bath bomb could settle into a scratch making the bath look stained.
To prevent the risk of staining:
a. ensure your bath is clean and free from grease prior to use. A greasy/grimy bath isn't anything to be embarrassed of, it gets there from our skins, natural oils, hair products etc and even though the bath may look clean, there is often a fine layer of grease left behind on the bath surface.
b. clean your bath immediately after draining it - do not leave the coloured water in it for any length of time.
c. if there are any stains, you can:
- ignore them, they will go over time
- with the plug out, use a good squirt of washing up liquid and a dripping wet cloth to rub. Use the shower head to continually rinse as you do, starting at the end furthest away from the plug hold.
- use Pink Stuff with a soft cloth - never use a scourer as that will cause more micro scratches to the surface of your bath.
- use high pressure to remove any mica that has sunk into a micro scratch i.e. a pressure washer
- do not use bleach as it will have no effect.
Store your bath bomb in its original packaging in a cool dark place.
Whilst it is lovely to be able to look at it, sunlight will cause the colours to fade over time.
Being exposed to long term humidity in a bathroom will cause the bath bomb to loose its hardness and even cause it to crumble.
Use within 12 months of receipt.
Sodium bicarbonate, Citric acid, Parfum, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Potassium Bitartrate, Prunus Armenica Kernel Oil, Polysorbate 80. +/- CI45100, CI19140, CI42090, CI16035, CI4720, CI50420, CI45350. Allergens: benzyl salicylate, limonene, linalool
As this is a hand made item weights might vary by a small amount.