Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Foaming Bath Rocks Recipe

For many years I have been making bath bombs and I have been looking for unique recipes to take the basic recipe to the next leval.  I found this recipe Foaming Bath Rocks Recipe
Tima of Richmond, VA on the website From Nature With Love.  You are probably wanting to know what ingredient that makes this bath fizzy foam?  Well, it is sodium lauryl sulfoacetate.  Most who make their own soaps know what this ingredient is, but if you do not know there are many explainations on the web. But according to DIY Skincare, sodium lauryl sulfoacetate is derived from coconut and palm oils. It is a safe, skin-friendly surfactant (foaming agent) for both skin and hair. This mild plant derived surfactant creates a rich, luxurious lather that effectively removes surface oil, dirt and bacteria, without stripping or drying sensitive skin. Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate is also attracted to water (hydrophilic), which enables it to dissolve more readily in water, thus providing superior rinseablility. It is a functional and versatile foaming additive used in a multitude of commercial and handcrafted products such as bath bombs or fizzies, bubble bars, bath salts and more!

1 comment:

Anne-Marie said...

That sounds like a super fun project, I might just have to try it out! :)