Bath Bombs for Sensitive Skin

Fun, colourful and smell great but how good are bath bombs for sensitive skin? As long as you ensure the products you use are natural and you can see what is in them, and you don’t have any allergies to the ingredients, they are just fine.

Best Bath Bombs for Sensitive Skin

5 Bath Bombs for sensitive skin free from fragrance oils. Search out these base ingredient bath bombs and ensure they are free from additives or preservative. you can find organic and vegan version with these properties, that will soothe and rejuvenate your skin without harming it.

  • Lemongrass and Peppermint Oil
  • Chamomile
  • Honey
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Oatmeal

What Do Bath Bombs for Sensitive Skin do?

The main concern most people with bath bombs for sensitive skin is the fizzy action and what makes that happen in the water.

This is no different from what you see with an Alka Seltzer tablet in water. Where the sodium bicarbonate and Citric acid react to the water to release carbon dioxide. (That’s dioxide, not monoxide) – You’d happily drink your alka seltzer, so should have no concerns dipping your finger in.

Any concerns you should have about bath bombs and your skin and the effect should be around the essential oil or colorants that have been added. This is where more allergic reactions are likely to occur

Does the Label List Every Ingredient?

The first thing I look for and indeed is the scent. You may find a label that states ‘Fragrance’, or ‘Fragrance Blend’.

Even products advertised as Bath Bombs for Sensitive Skin can have ingredients you might not wish to share a bath with.

Companies will use ‘fragrance’ and have been given the lawful go-ahead to do so, in the interest of protecting the recipe they use. So it’s not all cloak and dagger. Hiding the ingredients used to fragrance the bath bomb is not always covering something.

Bath Bomb Recipe

Simple a safe for skin bath bomb recipe from the Bathbomb Guru

However, it does leave a window open for use of other things. Like Phthalates and Benzine derivatives, both of which you really do want to avoid if looking for a bath bomb for sensitive skin.

To be 100% safe with what has gone into the Bath Bomb, if there is not a breakdown of exactly what the fragrance has been constructed from, I would steer clear.

In most cases, the fragrance will simply be a blend of essential oils. But it is possible that a particular essential oil reacts badly with your skin, so to have that information to hand is great.

No Fragrance Bath Bombs for Sensitive skin

You can buy bath bombs with zero fragrance. Yes, I know that part of the package, but so is the silky water and the color on occasion. Why not set up some diffusers in the bathroom and use a fragrance-free bath bomb to be extra safe.

How Safe are Colors in Bath Bombs for Sensitive Skin?

Generally, colours are derived by food dyes which are pretty much safe to the skin, certainly in the small quantities that are used. However, in mass production, some companies will use synthetic dyes.

More information on food dye safety

Check the label, search out the colors and see where they come from. Are they Synthetic? Chuck it back and find another without.

If you are making your own bath bombs at home and want to colour them, just go to the food dye in the cupboard and experiment with a couple of drops. Or go color free, switch off the lights and light a candle. You’ll not notice the color isn’t there.

Avoid Glitter Bath Bombs

..or at least avoid any not using organic glitter.

Traditional glitter at first thought is a great idea. A sparkly bath time, a nice shine to your skin after. But that Glitter is not just getting on your skin and around the bathtub.

You have sensitive areas under the water and those tiny bits of glitter don’t have the rule book saying stay away

Not only that, traditional glitter is a microplastic and will end up getting in the watercourse and it’s terrible for the environment. So just avoid Glitter bombs!

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