Free custom labels available. Manufacturing our bath bombs is a labor of love that we have been doing since 2009 right here in NW Indiana. Food grade baking soda, citric acid come from the finest wholesale food ingredient suppliers in our are. Amazing fizzies are best sellers in many markets. You can brand them with your own label and logo. Our warehouse ships daily. We do make custom orders but there is a 200 minimum quantity per design and fragrance. Each bath fizzie ball weighs 4.5 oz and more. If you can picture the size of a tennis ball you can get a good idea of the size of our bath bombs. Over the past several years we have given away thousands of bath bombs on the soap guy Youtube channel. Please check it out. Affordable bath bombs are our specialty. We also supply other >bath bomb resellers for their small businesses. Our super rich shea butter used in our process leaves you skin soft and clean.
Currently, lavender, monkey farts and oatmeal milk and honey are our top sellers. This will change depending on the season. Though I will guarantee, these three choices will be outstanding sellers for you.
Can you make bath bombs without citric acid?Yes, but the very cool fizzing performance of the bath bomb will suffer. The tried and true combination is 2 parts baking soda to one part citric acid. This gives the best fizz for the customer and you will get many happy customers with this ratio. We did a plenty of experimenting when we first started and had the best results with this ratio.
Do you provide individual boxes for single bath bombs?No, but you may source your own boxes and ship them to us and will fill them for you. We do not do any drop shipping but we will send bulk orders directly to your fulfillment warehouse. We do the ame for lots of 6 - 12 boxed in groups for gift sets.
Do you use preservatives in your bath bombs?
No, the every day ingredients that are used to make our bath bombs are natural preseratives in themselves. We have never had a bath bomb develop any type of mold growth which is common in natural lotions and balms. The only enemy that can could cause your bath bomb to age is humidity. Store them in an air tight container and or a plastic bag and the shelf life is well over a year.Article provided by Jeffrey Dorrian