Starry Night Bath Bomb
The Starry Night is an escapist dream that shed a light on Vincent Van Gogh’s ill mental health in the summer of 1889, when he was accustomed to watching the seasons pass from his asylum window at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in the south of France. Van Gogh painted the scene from memory, and one he painted over twenty times during various times of day and night. He wrote that the piece had been a failure, in which he had tried to “reach for the stars”. Van Gogh goes on to refer to The Starry Night as one dalliance in his search for style, in which he may “seek to express the entanglement of the masses”. With The Starry Night, Van Gogh searches for meaning, and in meaning, he may find self expression and acceptance. This piece describes the search for the self, the ultimate form of perfect love.
Starry Night smells like a stroll under the stars with the one you love. Fresh squeezed Lemon is sacred to the moon, and used for purification in love. Lily is sacred to the Maiden goddess and is used to cleanse the soul and bring renewal. And Verbena, ruled by Venus, is used to cleanse the psychic senses of the wearer.
Snowflake Obsidian hidden inside.
Gently hold bath bomb into warm bath water and then slowly release to watch it float, foam, and fizz!
Natural Sodium Bicarbonate, Organic Citric Acid, Coconut Oil, Cream of Tartar (Potassium Bitartrate), Kaolin Clay, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Polysorbate 80, Fragrance (Phthalate Free), Blue 1, Yellow 5, Biodegradable Glitter (Plastic Free)
Oooo i finally had a chance to use this bath bomb! its so dreamyyyyy, i love blue. i can see why its so popular, strongly recommend
Truly smells amazing. Love the lemon scent. It also is a beautiful bath bomb the colors are amazing
I love this bath bomb! Always looks and smells amazing!
Love Starry Night!! The colors are gorgeous and the lemon really stands out in the best way! Truly uplifted me and left me feeling so soft after 🥰
I so love the theme of this and it smells amazing!! Love the way it melts into the bath water 🛁