We are so excited to introduce our CBD bath bomb in collaboration with health and wellness guru Hannah Bronfman! She helped us create a versatile bath bomb that would serve all skin types and concerns.
This CBD bath bomb smells great, offers incredible skin benefits from all-natural ingredients, and contains a high concentration of CBD to help relieve tension wherever your body needs it. We wanted to give a little overview of the benefits, as well as some instructions on how to use it! (Although you’re probably already an expert.)
CBD Bath Bomb Benefits
When you take a bath, you’re trying to relax, not worry about what’s in your water. Our CBD bath bombs only contain trusted ingredients that give real benefits—without worry.
Rose, geranium, and lavender give this bath bomb its signature floral scent, in addition to seriously benefitting your skin. Rose hydrates and soothes, geranium reduces tension, and lavender promotes relaxation.
The addition of calendula powder aids this bath bomb in its skin-nourishing power, and gives the added benefit of slowing the development of wrinkles and reducing scarring! And frankincense brings its anti-inflammatory powers to the table, so your body can fully relax.
High Concentration of CBD
This isn’t just your ordinary bath bomb. We include our hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) to give this bath bomb an added boost of relaxation. You’ll get all the goodness and relaxation of a traditional bath bomb, but also get the benefits of CBD.
CBD can help relieve stress and tension in your body wherever you need it. As you slip into a state of relaxation from the soothing scents and warm water, the CBD will further relax you!
How to Use the CBD Bath Bomb
Just add water.
Seriously, that’s it. But if you want some more detailed instructions, here they are:
Fill up your bathtub with warm water, remove the packaging from the bath bomb, then gently drop it into the bathtub. Carefully step into the tub and submerge your body, and get ready for an at-home spa experience.
Your CBD bath bombs should be stored in a cool, dry place. (Pro tip: don’t leave them open on your counter in your bathroom, where your shower steam can get to them!)