Dia de los muertos bath bomb 5.15 oz
Celebrate the Day of the Dead
with a super cute Dia de los muertos bath bomb. Dia de los Muertos
honors the dead with festivals and lively celebrations, a typically Latin American custom that combines indigenous Aztec ritual
, brought to the region by Spanish conquistadores
. (Dia de los Muertos is celebrated on All Saints Day and All Souls Day, minor holidays in the Catholic calendar.) Content copied from https://www.nationalgeographic.org/media/dia-de-los-muertos/
I'm so excited for the Fall weather. The summer here in the Coachella Valley has been particularly brutal with 123 degree days and monsoonal humidity. Making these gives me hope that cool weather is on the horizon.
Each Dia de los muertos bath bomb
is hand painted and unique. Variations and imperfections are typical (I'm no artist but I do try. If you've ever painted a sugar skull, you'll understand how challenging it is to paint on a rough surface). Hand painted with water soluble dyes (batch certified, FDA compliant dyes) that won't stain you or your tub.
The fragrance is a wintry mix of crisp fruit, pine and juniper berries. Sultry and seductive, reminiscent of spending the night in a snowdrift lodge. It's the perfect blend of feminine and masculine tones. I absolutely adore this scent. It's truly intoxicating!
Directions for use
: Fill your tub with water. I like to add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of epsom salts
to my bath. Consult your doctor before use. Step in carefully as your tub may be slippery. Use of a grab bar is highly recommended.
Baking soda. Citric acid. Butter milk powder. Corn starch. Coconut oil, Cocoa butter. Fragrance. Cream of tartar. Kaolin clay. Isopropyl alcohol. Witch hazel. Water soluble dyes: Blue 1. Red 40. Yellow 5. Yellow 6. Red 33.