Regular bath fizzies are super fun, but if you’re looking for bubbles that stick around, these Aloe Bubble Bath Bombs are what you want. The addition of SLSA to the basic bath bomb formula of baking soda and citric acid creates silky and luxurious bubbles. Aloe extract adds skin soothing and moisturizing properties. Kentish Rain Fragrance Oil gives the bath bombs a fresh scent.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA) is derived from coconut and palm oils (though, it’s not considered ‘natural‘ in my book because of all the processing it has to go through to get to its final powdery state). It’s extremely powdery and light, and tends to “poof” into the air. When working with SLSA, I recommend a well-ventilated area or a mask. Some crafters prefer to wear a protective mask to avoid sneezing and coughing. To use these bubble bath bombs, simple add 1-3 fizzies (depending on how many bubbles you’d like) directly to your bath water. For even more bubbles, add the fizzies as the water fills up the tub.