- 100% natural bath bombs
- Soothing purple Brazilian clay spoils your skin
- Scented with pure essential oils
- Hand-crafted in small batches in Canada
Skin-loving bath bomb with purple clay
Buck Naked’s hand-packed bath bombs are the ultimate luxury, Each one has been designed to set a particular mood and create a relaxing experience. These purple Brazilian clay bath bombs help you maintain healthy-looking, hydrated skin with the perfect combination of water-conditioning and skin moisturizing natural ingredients in their bath bombs. Exotic Brazilian purple clay the hallmark of this coveted bar. Rich in magnesium, Brazilian purple clay helps promote cell maintenance – essential for providing a younger appearance of the skin. For an added bonus, purple clay also helps protect against the adsorption of impurities.
How to use the both bomb
Buck Naked’s hand-packed bath bombs are the ultimate luxury! Drop the bath bomb into the water when your tub is one-third or half full. It will start to fizz and dissolve slowly. If you’re already in the tub, you can also put the bath bomb under your feet and enjoy a gentle massage. The lavender bath bomb will continue to fizz for 5-10 minutes while the rich ingredients distribute evenly in the water.
About Buck Naked Soap Company
Buck Naked Soap Company is a vegan luxury beauty brand from Cambridge, Ontario. Rina, the founder, started developing her products after her son developed skin irritations from traditional baby products. As a consequence, they only use the best naturally occurring ingredients and handcraft each product with care and control. Since 2013, they have developed more than 40 products including cold-pressed soap and bath products. All of their products are 100% natural, chemical-free and vegan.
Buck Naked is deeply concerned with the quality of your skin and its exposure to chemicals, but they’re also mindful of the impact they have on the environment and its furry creatures. As a result, they use sustainable resources in their products and donate 1% of profits annually to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in support of national and international projects.