Citric Acid: Citric Acid is commonly used in making bath fizzies and bath bombs.
How to make bath bombs/bath fizzies.
Q: Will citric acid lose it's potency (for making bath fizzies) over time? In other words, what is its shelf life?
A: Citric acid will not lose its potency if it is not exposed to any air and is kept in an airtight container. This probably isn't very feasible in most storage situations though, as humidity is fairly good at getting into the smallest and tightest spaces. I would recommend using your citric acid within 6 months of receiving it to be on the safe side. There is nothing worse than making a batch of fizzies and finding them to be substandard in the fizzing department!
Ingredients: Botanical Name: Citric AcidCommon Name: Citric Acid
I received my citric acid today and the plastic package it came in had a slice in it; therefore, the citric acid was all over my oils that I bought. I had to take what was left of the citric acid and put it in a container that I have. I had to clean everyone of my oils containers.
I love ya'lls citric acid, but when I buy it, I expect it to come intact and not in a ripped package.
I love this for making bath bombs. They turn out perfectly every time. I find 1# too small but 10# too much for the amounts I make. It would be convenient to have a 5# size, but no biggie, I just can buy multiple 1# bags. Wish they came in a container vs plastic baggie, but it's easily overcome-able. I store it in a Rubbermaid container and it stays fresh and clump free.
This citric acid is the best! I've tried several other brands, and was left with ugly, sticky or crumbly bath bombs. I will only ever buy Brambleberry's from now on. :)
I have tried many different brands of citric acid, some were so so and others were TERRIBLE, ending up with cracking bombs that didn't want to hold together. What do you do when your bombs won't hold together, you add more liquid, but then you have the monster bombs that grow and get all bumpy, not a pretty sight!
Brambleberry citric acid is by far the best I've tried, it works every time!!!
Buying 50 more lbs. today!
This is the best Citric Acid I've found for use in making my bath bombs. There is a big difference in both, how it behaves while formulating and most importantly in the end product! Thank you.
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