Bubble Bath

April 3, 2008


by Sara Mossman


SF-based company, using pure and natural essential-oil based products


Based in Petaluma, also makes excellent natural deodorant and sunscreen


Uses sustainable manufacturing process to produce, distribute and market organic bath products.


A small, unique profit-sharing company hand-producing delectable 100% natural body care products. Based in Bali, Indonesia and benefiting locals through a profit-sharing program.

www.redflower.com Hinoki Mint Mineral Bath Soak




Additional international brands with emphasis on organic products and sustainable business:




Making your own:

epsom salts are made of the mineral magnesium sulfate act as a sedative for the nervous system. When magnesium sulfate is absorbed through the skin, such as in a bath, it draws toxins from the body, sedates the nervous system, reduces swelling, relaxes muscles, is a natural emollient, exfoliator, and much more. Adapted from the Epsom Salt Industry Council Note: Check with a doctor before using if you have any health concerns. Note – they do not create a foaming bath.

a few cups per bath, every 3 days or less. Add Floracopeia essential oils according to your mood.

Milk and honey

Warm 2 cups milk and ½ cup honey on the stove and pour under running tap while drawing the bath. Or just pour both ingredients into the bath while running. Lavender and rose oils make nice additions to milk baths. The milk will make a slightly foaming bath.

More recipes: http://www.pioneerthinking.com/baths.html


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