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Allergens found in the essential oils that we use:

  • Benzyl alcohol - It has antiseptic and antibacterial properties, is a natural preservative.

  • Benzyl benzoate - A substance with a faint balsamic and sweet scent.

  • Benzyl salicylate - A light, sweet, floral and balsamic aroma. It is used in fragrance products for its fixative effects on floral scents, helping the scent to last longer.

  • Cinnamyl alcohol - Fragrant material with a pleasant hyacinth-like note that gives a sweetness and persistence when blended with other compounds.

  • Citral - An aromatic terpene with a strong lemon scent. It has antibacterial, and antifungal properties. It is also a natural preservative.

  • Courmarin - It is a chemical compound, naturally occuring in some essential oils. It has a very sweet, vanilla-like scent.

  • Eugenol - Also known as clove oil, it is an aromatic oil extracted from cloves, and naturally found in essential oils and plants.

  • Farnesol - It is used to emphasis the odour of sweet and floral fragrances, it also has anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Isoeugenol - Has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Geraniol - Is a monoterpenic alcohol with a pleasant rose-like aroma. It also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Linalool - Naturally-occuring aromatic compound found in essential oils, known for its characteristic soft, subtly sweet and floral aroma.

  • Limonene - Naturally found in essential oils, with a number of therapeutic effects including anti-inflammatory and antioxident. It is considered to be uplifting, helps to reduce stress, and evevate moods.

Sodium Bicarbonate - A versatile, soluble, white powder. It is found in our bath bombs & shower steamers - it helps the product to dissolve in water. 
Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO3) is an alkaline chemical compound that occurs naturally in a substance called natron. Natron is a natural deposit that forms in salt lakes. However it is globally produced in a method called the "solvay process" this involves mixing salt, limestone and ammonia.

Sodium Bicarbonate is a key ingredients in our bath bombs, when mixed with citric acid it creates a hard base that will dissolve and fizz when met with water. It also helps to dissolve and diffuse the micas and essential oils. It also  has water softening effects.

Citric Acid - is a white, odourless crystalline powder, which occurs naturally in citrus fruits. When mixed with Sodium Bicarbonate, it fizzes and bubbles when met with water.

When Citric Acid and Sodium Bicarbonate is mixed together, it forms the base for our bath bombs and shower steamers. When they are met with water, they create carbon dioxide - this is when they start to fizz and bubble. As the bombs break down, when met with water, the scent of the essential oils will heighten when they fizz.

Olea europaea (Olive) fruit oil - is the carrier oil for our bath bombs, it moisturises and protects skin and hair.  It contains powerful antioxidants, that helps to maintain firm and glowing skin.

Olive oil comes the green fruits from the olive tree. Harvesting them usually involves shaking the trees using poles, then the best of the fruits will be selected. 

Zea Mays Starch (Cornstarch) - is a fine, silken powders milled from dried seed cobs of corn. Corn is an annual type of grass and tolerates most climates. The plant has long stems, growing up to 5 feet and flowering in early summer.

Starch originates from inside of corn seeds and is more theckening than the flour, which is made out of the entire seed. They absorb excess oil and water more than any other type of flour.

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