DISCONTINUED: Vapor Bath Bombs

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What can i use it for?

Vapor Bath Bombs will release an aromatherapy element from the great combination of lemon & peppermint which could help ease any respiratory congestion & flu alike. Lemon are also known to assist to bring down one's body temperature during fever episode. Result may vary from person to person.

Bath bombs, effervescent that release a mystery of salts, oils and great beneficial health properties, a truly unique soaking experience. Testing over many different bath bomb combinations for the right ingredients & consistency, we are happy to bring you our very own concoction that we thought might work best for our climate & the common size bath or foot soak tubs in Singapore. Our bath bombs will not stain the tubs as colours are naturally derived from the clay.

Note: Comes with assorted shapes & sizes. Each bottle will contain at least 6-8 mini bath bombs. Due to it's handcrafted nature, colours may differ. It is normal that some bath bombs contain cracks & crumbs. Fizzing properties of each bath bombs will differ.

Who can use it?

It can be used on 6 months old babies & up, children & adults.


Baking soda

Citric acid

Corn starch

Green clay

Epsom salt

Coconut oil

Witch hazel


Essential oils: 

Lemon & spearmint

WARNING: Citrus oil (lemon) may cause skin sensitivity. Recommended not be applied to skin that will be exposed to direct sunlight or ultraviolet light within twelve hours.


Drop 1-2 bath bombs in a bathtub or any tub full of lukewarm water & enjoy it fizz! Best to soak in them for 10-15 minutes. 

Great for daily use.


- Do not exposed to moist as it’ll lose it's fizzing reaction over time. 

- If you are sensitive to ingredients used, rinse off immediately, stop usage & consult doctor. 

- Keep away from heat & sunlight. 

- External use only. 

- While most ingredients are generally safe, use cautiously on epileptics & pregnant woman. 

- Bath bombs are best used within 3 months as it'll lose it's fizzing properties overtime due to humidity/moist exposure.

Result varies from person to person.