Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. On most occasions this is possible as long as I am contacted within the first 24 hours of the order being made.
Bath bombs come in all shapes, sizes, colours and scents, they are used in the bath. When placed in the water they fizz and dissolve with a show of colour and bubbles.
You should always check with your healthcare provider if your unsure about using anything during pregnancy.
Yes bath bombs are safe for children over the age of three. In particular the honey and oatmeal selection is a great one for younger children as its nourishing and very gentle on the skin.
I have tried my best to make my bath bombs as skin friendly as possible, they should not be used with broken or irritated skin. It is important to note that reactions to scent blends and essential oils are possible, so make sure you know what works best for your skin if you have any worries or allergies please do not hesitate to get in touch.
I take the safety and manufacturing of every single one of my products very seriously. I wear a mask, protective apron and gloves at every stage of the process right up until the boxes have been packed and are ready to leave.
Absolutely, please let me know at the time of ordering if it is a special gift for someone in the notes box and I can add some extra finishing touches at your request.
Absolutely not! If all body care companies would use only toxin-free ingredients, there would be no need to do any animal testing in our industry. I will never, ever test on animals, one of my long term goals is to change the industry and eliminate the need to test on animals altogether.
You can help make this happen by buying toxin-free products from companies that don’t test on animals wherever possible.
There are no reports of allergic reactions owing to the topical use of shea butter because it does not contain allergen binding proteins. This indicates that shea butter is safe for use, even in individuals with a nut allergy. However I always recommend that you test to make sure this product is right for you though if you are still unsure. Its hard to say for certain as everyone suffers allergies at different levels.