Bath Bombs, or Bath Fizzies, are like giant "alka-seltzers" for your bath - they spin, whirl and swirl in your bath while releasing scent and skin-softening agents. LabColor Bath Bomb Dyes are wonderful for creating color therapy baths or combine with aromatherapy scents for a 2in1 treat!
La Bomb colors can be layered and will not set off the "fizz" in your bath bombs and will not stain your bathtubs or skin. Create a swirl look by adding 1/3 color to 2/3 white, gently tossing, not to completely mix and packing into your molds.
Super concentrated, as little as 1-3 drops per average bath bomb recipe is all you need for an intense color. Simply mix in your recipe and fully incorporate - rubbing the mix between your fingers is usually the easiest technique.
Full Set of all 12 Colors: (10ml) - LaBombs are FD&C based dyes in a glycerin medium for easy addition to bath fizzies. They will not make your fizzy...click to read more
Full Set of all 12 Colors: (20ml) LaBombs are FD&C based dyes in a glycerin medium for easy addition to bath fizzies. They will not make your...click to read more
Adobe Brick La Bomb- "warmth, energy"...click to read more
Cantaloupe La Bomb- "clarifying, stress relief"...click to read more
Coral Orange La Bomb- "creativity"...click to read more
Cornflower Blue La Bomb- "serenity"...click to read more
Daisy Yellow La Bomb- "cheerful, revitalizing"...click to read more
Gurlie Pink La Bomb- "unconditional love"...click to read more
Irish Green La Bomb- "healing, balance"...click to read more
Key West Lime La Bomb- "invigorating"...click to read more
Lilac La Bomb-...click to read more
Midnight Blue La Bomb- "calming, relaxing"...click to read more
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Margaret of Sweet Soft Skin Handmade Soaps creates gorgeous soap that is full of color and personality. Her signature style are bars with plenty of layers, soap frosting, embeds and glitter. The result is showstopping! Read on to learn more about Margaret, including what inspires her color palettes and her number one soaping tip! -A.M. […]
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