Bath Bomb Bases
Bath bombs are used to add color, bubbles, and essential oils in the bathwater. Bath bombs have a hard exterior which contains a mixture of different ingredients that effervesces when subjected to water.
Bath bombs are chemically inert when dry. However, in the presence of moisture, the ingredients inside react swiftly with each other to create a colorful and fragrant lather and bubbles.
A weak acid and a bicarbonate base are the primary constituents in a bath bomb. Bath bombs also contain a variety of other ingredients, some of which are color additives, lathering agents, and a few other aromatic compounds.
The most common ingredients found inside the colorful bath bombs are citric acid and sodium bicarbonate. If you want to take your bathing experience up a notch, these bath bombs are perfect for it.