Called "The Royal Coconut Coast," is an area on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, which gets its name from the acres of coconut trees located along the coast and highway. The area also holds historical and cultural significance, as some of the land is considered sacred and was once reserved only for the royalty of Hawaii. But you don't have to royalty to indulge in our Coconut Coast bath bomb, although you'll feel like it!
Scent Description: Coconut with a hint of chocolate
Size: 4.5 oz.
Ingredients: Essential oil blend, baking soda, citric acid, sunflower oil, organic Shea butter, sea salt, fragrance, colorant, chocolate sprinkles
All of our Signature Bath Bombs come individually packaged in cellophane and tied with a colorful ribbon to preserve their freshness, as each are handmade.
Our handmade Signature Bath Bombs use only the finest food grade ingredients of baking soda, citric acid and kosher sea salt (they're kosher!). They are made with moisturizing Shea butter, colorant to enrich your bathing experience, and a wonderful fragrance.
What’s a Hawaiian Soap Company Bath Bomb? It’s a luxurious, island-inspired, sensory bath time experience like no other! Our bath bombs are handmade with Aloha (Hawaiian for love) and offer a spa-style transport directly to heavenly Hawaii…without leaving your own bath tub.
Our handmade, cruelty free, and completely USA-made bath bombs are the size of tennis balls, round, and super fizzy and colorful when you drop one into your bath water. A Hawaiian-inspired bathing experience for all those who need to slip away to paradise...one bath at a time.
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