Bath Bomb - Chamomile
Made by Downtown Women's Center
$ 8.00 | WAITLIST
Grab a cup of tea, head to the bath, and unwind with this relaxing bath bomb made with chamomile essential oil, dried herbs, and Himalayan salt. Perfect for someone who deserves some self-love. Each purchase empowers female artisans at the Downtown Women's Center in Los Angeles.
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- Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, corn starch, citric acid, coconut oil, witch hazel, Himalayan salt, chamomile essential oil, and dried chamomile herbs
- How to use: Draw a bath, unwrap the bath bomb, place the bath bomb in water, and relax!
- Bath bomb fizzes for about five minutes and then adds a beautiful scent.
- 100% vegan
- One time use per bomb
- Won't stain your tub
- As with all handmade items, some variations can occur
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Made by DWC
Founded by the Downtown Women’s Center of Los Angeles, Made by DWC was created to break the cycle of chronic unemployment and homelessness. The products are created by DWC program participants in collaboration with local artists. The product design and development workshops provide the women with social and vocational skills in an empowering environment where women rebuild self-esteem, discover talents, and develop skills.
Our exclusive bath bombs were developed by The Little Market and are hand-mixed by artisans at the Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles. These bath bombs embody a harmonious combination of ingredients including baking soda, Himalayan salt, and witch hazel. The artisans mix the carefully measured ingredient ratios to reach the perfect consistency. The mixture is then shaped into individual spheres. After air drying, each bath bomb is individually hand-wrapped with papier-mâché. We are thrilled to work with the hardworking women at Downtown Women’s Center and to share eight bath bombs in our collection — lavender, chamomile, rose, orange, lemon, vanilla, peppermint, and coconut.
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