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Feast of Apples ๐ŸŽ Bath Bomb

Feast of Apples ๐ŸŽ Bath Bomb

Regular price $12.00 USD
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Description

Combined with the symbolic skull of Samsana, the lord of the dead who presides over Mabon and Samhain festivities, this bomb will make your next bath a feast of apples!

Scent

Be whisked away to the orchards with the delectable scent of crisp, tart, and ripe fall apples! To compliment the wisdom and guidance of apples in your Mabon and Samhain celebration is the earthy herbiness of sage, providing grounding and protection against any wayward spirits and creatures that might come your way this year.

Hidden inside is a mini mystery crystal skull!ย 

Gently hold bath bomb into warm bath water and then slowly release to watch it foam and fizz!ย 

Size: 3.5"x3"x1.5"

Natural Sodium Bicarbonate, Organic Citric Acid, Tapioca Starch, Cream of Tartar (Potassium Bitartrate), Kaolin Clay, Coconut Milk Powder, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Polysorbate 80, Cocamidopropyl Betaine,ย Fragrance (Phthalate Free), Red 40, Biodegradable Glitter (Plastic Free) and Mica

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Customer Reviews

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Claire
Fantastic

This bath bomb had the best scent! I also loved to watermelon color and sparkle of the bath water. Bummed I didnโ€™t order more when they were in stock!!

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M.W.
Why didnโ€™t I buy more?

This is spectacular! The scent is heavenly. Pumpkin always steals the show during autumn but for me the apple is the true embodiment of the season. The black moonstone is gorgeous.

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Erica Bagwell
Feast of Apples

Loved this bath bomb, I couldn't get over how bubbly it was and the amazing scent! The black moonstone was a special treat at the end.

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Maria Mejia
Delicious Smells

I loved that my entire bathroom smelled like an apple pie. It was amazing!

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Elizabeth Finley
Apples

This is my favorite Halloween bath bomb. It screams fall to me. Perfect. I love it. So glad I got 2 before they went away.