This bath bomb make a true rainbow color statement (on water only, no worries). A wonderful surprise that bubbles out loud while taking extra care of delicate young skins? Parents are delightfully relieved.
A relaxing formula that makes an ideal first step towards moving to children bedtime routine?
Parents are thrilled!
Bath in full colors? Eau Yes and rest assured, with no stains on skin or bathtub.
Fly them to bed (and the moon): enriched with chamomile, our bath bombs offer a soothing break that calls for bedtime (did you just say yay?).
When you keep your bath ball dry, nothing happens. When it takes the plunge, it creates an acid-base reaction due to the presence of two friendly ingredients: citric acid + sodium bicarbonate = Fizz!!! Indeed: carbon dioxide is released with a profusion of bath happy balls.
This remarkable bubbling duo is totally biodegradable and non toxic. Sodium bicarbonate has been in the cosmetic spotlight for a while now (because it’s worth it) and its natural fellow citric acid can be found in many veggies such as lemon. All in all a pleasant company for kid’s bath.
To be used under adult supervision. Suitable for kids aged 3 and over.
Dermatologically tested to protect sensitive little skins.
Vegan, cruelty free, no preservatives.
Recyclable packaging printed using vegetable ink.
Sodium bicarbonate, sodium sulfate, citric adic, sucrose, glucose, hydrogenated palm oil, sodium c12-18 alkyl sulfate, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, lactose, parfum (fragrance), chamomilla recutita flower extract, maltodextrin, olus (vegetable) oil, carbon dioxide, tocopherol, ci 42090 (blue 2), ci 45100 (red 52).
Made in France
Our nail polishes and their ingredients are not tested on animals (vegan and cruelty-free). But we’re not boasting—it’s the law in France, plain and simple!
We’re not interested in getting into a marketing frenzy based on empty promises—we’re too busy developing new ideas for that. The ANSM (French Agency for the Safety of Health Products) ensures that no product sold on the French market poses a health risk.
So we prefer to talk about Social Responsibility—a global approach close to our heart. For example, we collaborate with a center that is part of the ADEP (the French association for the mutual aid of disabled persons) for the packing of our products. We have no legal obligation to do this—it’s a purely ethical choice and we’re proud of it.