16 Delicious Scents to choose from!
Calendula – Native to the northern Mediterranean countries, its name refers to the tendency to bloom with the calendar usually once a month or with the New Moon. The Egyptians considered them to have rejuvenating properties. In the Hindu world, the flowers were used to adorn statues of gods in their temples, as well as a colorant in food, fabrics, and cosmetics. The skin loving Calendula Flower has been found to have strong anti-inflammatory properties via powerful flavonoids. These plant-based antioxidants protect cells from free radical damage and pro-inflammatory compounds like C-reactive protein and cytokines. Calendula can also help prevent and relax muscle spasms.
Chamomile – Dating back to the ancient Roman, Greeks and Egyptians, the Chamomile Flower was believed to contain both magical and healing properties. It is likely that Chamomile was used by the Romans for skin conditions. Chamomile flowers were also scattered on the floors at banquets to perfume to the air during celebrations. The Greeks also used Chamomile to scent the air by making garlands. Egyptians included the use of the Chamomile Flower on the skin and probably used it in cosmetics and hair care products as well. It was used in rituals and ceremonies by the Egyptians as well. It was considered a natural skin lightener. Used in the bath, Chamomile promotes a healthy glow of the skin as it heals and restores its natural moisture content. It is also known to soothe and heal burns.
Eucalyptus – A genus of the plant family Myrtaceae native to Australia and cultivated worldwide, Eucalyptus can boosts energy and mental clarity, help break up congestion and ease sore, achy muscles. Makes for a restorative aromatherapy bath. It facilitates easy breathing, enhances feelings of relaxation, creates a refreshing feeling when used in baths, soothes nervous tension, and helps clear the mind, among its various other benefits. A true spa experience.
Falling In Love – Fruity & floral with Top notes of strawberry, black currant, cassis, peony, pink jasmine and tiger lily. Base: amber wood, white patchouli, musk and vanilla. Neon pink with light pink accent and real dried flower petals
Green Tea – Initially, Green Tea was popular in China and used medicinally for centuries to treat everything from headaches to depression. Nowadays, people from various parts of the world consume Green Tea due to its numerous health benefits. Green Tea improves your skin complexion and makes your skin healthy. It helps flush out toxins from the skin, heals blemishes and scars, and reduces inflammation. It even improves the skin’s elasticity. Green Tea has anti-aging and antioxidant benefits that can help delay signs of skin aging, such as sagging skin, sun damage, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles. A Green Tea bath can aid with relaxation and detoxification, is an antioxidant, and softens skin.
Monkey Burps – Children’s Favorite! Top notes of fresh bananas and juicy grapefruit, middle notes of kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries; and a hint of vanilla as a base note. The child in you will want to endulge but your children will love it more! Best seller for young children.
My Garden in Tuscany – With its manicured fields, rustic farms, cypress-lined driveways, and towns clinging to nearly every hill, Tuscany is the romantic image of village Italy. Featuring historic towns, exquisite art, fertile olive groves and idyllic vineyards, Tuscany is the Italy we all dream about. Our version of Italy is My Garden is Tuscany which is a tangerine and citrus cocktail with top notes of tangelo, middle notes of orange and grapefruit. It is the perfect balance of uplifting and soothing.
Oatmeal Milk and Honey – Cleopatra was famous not just for being a queen of ancient Egypt, but also for being remarkably beautiful and smart. She was also well known for taking her milk baths, which she often infused with honey and oatmeal. She was wise to do so; milk is great for the skin. It is both moisturizing and exfoliating. It leaves skin feeling silky soft, with a healthy glow while oatmeal soothes irritated skin and honey is loaded with minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and natural enzymes that literally nourish your skin from the outside in. Honey also attracts and retains moisture.
Put ME on a Pillow – Chocolate has been known as the “Food of the Gods” for most of its four-thousand-year history. From hydrating parched skin to smoothing fine lines, Chocolate indulgence boasts some amazing beauty benefits. Chocolate boosts blood circulation to the fine skin capillaries in the top layer of your skin, helping them to draw more oxygen and nutrients to protect the skin against dehydration and burns. Mint has been cultivated for so long, that some believe it would be virtually impossible to find it growing in its original form in nature. Biblical references to mint suggest it was of such high value as to be used as tithes by the Pharisees along with anise and cumin. As an aromatic ingredient, Mint can soothe the senses and provide a pleasant scent to a variety of products for daily use. It can help improve your skin’s condition. Because Mint contains Vitamin A, it may strengthen skin tissue and help reduce oily skin.
Rare Innocence – Folklore says the Violet connotes a love that is delicate. The sensibility of delicacy is also associated with the Violet from ancient mythology. The Violet, the traditional Valentine’s Day flower, celebrates modesty, virtue, faithfulness, humility and possible happiness. According to legend, the Christian priest St. Valentine wrote love notes using ink made from the violets he grew. Violet is gentle acting on the skin and is well-known for its ability to help with a number of skin conditions. The leaf, as well as its flowers, has been used traditionally to treat a host of skin issues. Violet essential oil is especially useful on dry skin and can help soothe and heal inflammation as well as thread veins. It can also be used as a natural treatment to deal with common skin conditions like acne and eczema. Can be used in the bath to bring about a certain emotional state such as relaxation.
Sandalwood – Perfect for husband, boyfriend or son. Quite masculine. Sandalwood can be found throughout the history of many cultures. It was an important medicinal herb in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicines and by 700 BC, it could be found in Egyptian embalming formulas and became an important trade item. Sandalwood has long been a part of Indian culture, both the tree itself and the oil that it produces. Indulge with our Sandalwood Bath Bomb and Cleansing Bar with a woody bouquet of sandalwood and cedar with a hint rose and jasmine. Helps to achieve clarity and calmness, makes skin softer and more radiant. Helps relive skin itching and infections. It also helps in subsiding inflammation, skin redness and sore skin.
My Spa at Home – Eucalyptus and Pine. A genus of the plant family Myrtaceae native to Australia and cultivated worldwide, Eucalyptus can boosts energy and mental clarity, help break up congestion and ease sore, achy muscles. Makes for a restorative aromatherapy bath. It facilitates easy breathing, enhances feelings of relaxation, creates a refreshing feeling when used in baths, soothes nervous tension, and helps clear the mind, among its various other benefits. A true spa experience. Pine boosts the immune system, stimulate circulation, protects against pathogens, and improves respiratory health.
Spearmint Rosemary – The history of Rosemary is a story covering thousands of years. A story steeped in the myth and tradition of many a varied civilization. Starting with its strong association to the ancient Greeks and Romans, rosemary was use for its mystical and healing powers. Moreover, rosemary was believed to grow only in the gardens of the righteous and protected one from evil spirits. Your skin will greatly benefit from the incorporation of spearmint in your daily beauty regimen. It serves as a natural skin brightener which removes flaky dry skin on the top and reveals the plump, fresh skin underneath. It is very useful for those who chronically suffer from acne. By controlling the excess oil secretion of the pores, it leaves your skin feeling soft yet not greasy. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) has a bevy of beautiful benefits ranging from moisturizing your skin and supporting healthy collagen development to fighting off skin-damaging free radicals. Since ancient times, this aromatic herb has had a prominent role in religious rituals, culinary recipes and the natural medicine cabinet.
Sweet Dreams of Provence – Provence, fields of lavender, sunflowers and olive trees. A slower pace of life, a Sunday lunch under the shade of plane trees in a village square, a café crème at a sidewalk café, or a long walk through a forest of oak and chestnut trees. The early Greeks learned a lot about Lavender flower perfumes and the use of aromatic herbs from the Egyptians. The Romans learned about this knowledge from the Greeks and used Lavender flower lavishly in their public baths, to perfume themselves and their homes. English royalty was particularly fond of Lavender and it was used throughout the castles for everything imaginable. Floors and furniture were washed in Lavender and all the linens perfumed with its sweet scent. Lavender has the ability to relieve stress, improve mood, promote restful sleep, lower skin irritation, and reduce inflammation. Offering moments of relaxation and well-being, a Lavender bath is truly a religious experience.
This Is How Royalty Bathes – The red rose began its illustrious symbolic history in Greek and Roman iconography, where it was tied to Aphrodite, or Venus, the goddess of love. Later, in early Christian times it became associated with the virtue of Virgin Mary. Throughout its long, storied history, the red rose still reigns as the ultimate symbol of passionate affection. Roses are widely considered the most beautiful flowers in the world. This flower is an integral part of innumerable stories, legends, myths, and legacies. People who do not know about any of its medicinal properties can still tell you about one undeniable property; a beautiful, red rose can invoke romantic feelings in even the hardest of hearts. Drop in your bath for a luxurious experience, and more. This fragrant flower helps rejuvenate and replenish skin. When used aromatically, rose calms and soothes the mind. In fact, rose petals are a staple in Ayurvedic medicine to detoxify and calm. While this characteristic doesn’t directly add beauty benefits, it sure makes that rose-scented bath an extra pleasant experience. Go ahead, indulge!
Directions for Use: Draw your bath at your preferred temperature and level.
Drop your Brenda Christian Bath Bomb into the filled bath. The NaHC03 will immediately soften your water to a more balanced, skin friendly pH. As the delicious scent fills the air, nurturing shea butter, vitamin E, and sunflower oils fizz into your bath. The color relaxation therapy of each scent works to create the perfect, relaxing, nurturing bath experience……a not so little thing I like to call “Bath Deliciousness”.
Ingredients: Organic Shea Butter, Vitamin E Oil 400, Baking Soda ( NaHCO3 ), Citric Acid ( C6H8O7), Sunflower Oil, Premium Salt, Fragrance