Dec 27,2022

What is a bath bomb?

If you don’t know what a bath bomb is, it’s essentially a ball made primarily from sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), which is combined with additional ingredients such as essential oils, fragrances, and other additives.
These balls are then dropped into the tub filled with hot water, releasing an amazing aroma of essential oils, as well as helping to give your skin a spa-like treatment when you soak in the tub after wards.

Bath bombs make amazing gifts.They encourage your loved ones to relax and treat themselves after a long day.

how to package bath bombs?

Before shipping them off,there are a few things you need to do to make sure your bath bombs arrive in one piece.Learn more below.
Bath bombs are made with baking soda and citric acid.When combined and introduced to water,you get the lovely fizzing reaction.However,this also makes them a bit tricky to store-if there is any moisture in the air,they can start fizzing too early.That makes them puff up or crumble,and they won't be as fun in the tub.

Preventing this starts during the bath bomb making process.We recommend using witch hazel to wet the bath bombs,as water makes them fizz and alcohol can dry them out.Use one hand to mix the powders and one hand to spritz witch hazel.When it feels like wet sand and hold its shape when squeezed,you can pack it tightly into molds.Learn more in the Bath Bomb Molding Tips article.
The next important step is letting the bath bombs fully dry overnight,or up to 24 hours.They need to be stored in a cool and dry place.If you live in a humid climate,we recommend running a fan over them or using a dehumidifier.
Once they're dry and hard,you can move onto wrapping.

Shrink wrapping

This method will keep your bath bombs protected from the elements.It's ideal for selling or shipping,as the extra layer helps protect them.
For this method,you need shrink wrap bands and a heat gun(you can find one at a home improvement store).Place the bath bomb in the shrink wrap band and cut off any excess.Then,set the heat gun on low and aim it at the wrap for 1-2 seconds at a time.It should be fully adhered all the way around.
If you don't have a heat gun,you can use a blow dryer.However,blow dryers don't get as hot,so they may not adhere the shrink wrap fully.The same goes for plastic wrap in place of shrink wrap-when it's heated up it actually stretches out instead of shrinking,so the seal won't be as tight.If you're planning on making a lot of bath bombs,a good heat gun and shrink wrap are worth the investment.

Plastic molds

Another option is our plastic bath bomb packaging.We designed these to be a mold and package in one,although you can use them how you see fit.
Once you pack in the mixture,put on the lid and then let them fully dry.The seals are airtight to protect your bath bombs.
However,if you live in an extremely humid climate,you may want to take a few extra precautionary steps.First,leave the bath bombs in the molds overnight so they hold their shape.Then you can take off the lid or remove the bath bomb completely and let it sit in a cool and dry room overnight again.This just ensures every last bit of moisture evaporates so they last longer.Lastly,pop them back into the molds and make sure the lid is fully closed.

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