A few Extra Things to Note....
Only use products as directed. Do not eat. Use with caution. Discontinue use if skin irritation occurs. Do no leave candles and wax melts unattended.
Some bath bombs come with "surprises" inside and on top of the bath bomb which will be noted on each item. Some of these are embeded inside the bath product and some ontop with frosting. In addition some of the small soap embellishments are small enough to be a choking hazzard. Please take note of your product before leaving your child alone.
Bath Bombs, Fizzy Bomb Dust, and Jelly Slime Bombs: Fill the bath with warm/hot water and toss your bath products directly in the bath and watch the magic. Holding these products as they dissolve in the tub may result in slight staining of skin. It washes off with a good scrub and is totally safe (all dyes are FDA/Cosmetic Safe Certified. If any color is left over from your product in the tub can be easily wiped off with water and a washcloth/paper towel.
Bubble bar soap frosting I recommend popping it off the bath bomb, crumble into a strainer, and hold under running water warm/hot water at high pressure for the best results. Adding a bubble bath to your bath bomb.
Shower Bombs: Use just like a bar of soap except they are for one shower only. Some of the shapes are large enough to break into two parts giving you a 2 for 1. Try using a soap saver pouch with these too (coming soon to our store).
We do use oils in our recipes so please use caution when exiting the bath as certain areas may become slippery. Although they are safe, we do not recommend our bath products for children under the age of 3. Bath products are best used within 9-12 months (popping 6-9 months). Please keep stored in sealed package until using to maintain its fizziness. Direct sunlight could cause slight fading.
Our bath products have different recipes but there is always a chance of cross contamination. All the ingredients listed are not necessarily in your product, but I list everything to be safe in case of allergies. Ingredients can Include: Baking Soda, citric acid, buttermilk powder, SLSA/SCI, corn starch, grape seed oil, polysorbate 80, essential oils/fragrance oils, kaolin clay, cream of tartar, batch certified dyes & mica powder, eco glitter, cocoa butter, melt & pour soap, Epsom salt, popping crystals, soap sprinkles, sprinkles, witch hazel, isopropyl alcohol, Coco glucoside, vegetable glycerin, castor oil, distilled water.
We reuse cardboard boxes and bubble wrap to leave less of a carbon footprint and keep the prices down for our customers.
Our bath products have different recipes but there is always a chance of cross contamination. All the ingredients listed are not necessarily in your product, but I list everything to be safe in case of allergies.
Ingredients can Include: Baking Soda, citric acid, buttermilk powder, SLSA/SCI, corn starch, grape seed oil, polysorbate 80, essential oils/fragrance oils, kaolin clay, cream of tartar, batch certified dyes & mica powder, eco glitter, cocoa butter, melt & pour soap, Epsom salt, popping crystals, soap sprinkles, sprinkles, witch hazel, isopropyl alcohol, Coco glucoside, vegetable glycerin, castor oil, distilled water, Goat Milk SOap, Melt & Pour Soap, avocado oil
Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. The information contained herein is metaphysical in nature and does not claim to heal or cure, and should not be considered as a substitute for conventional medicine. It is widely believed that crystal and gemstones have one or more healing properties, either physical, mental, emotional or spiritual, this does not guarantee that you will experience or benefit from any such properties or products sold by The Gem Drop. Please note, this material is not intended to provide you with any specific health or well-being advice. It only expresses the opinions of the author & should be used as a guide only. For medical advice please consult a licensed health care professional.
-CHOKING HAZARD WARNING
Jewelry and hair accessories can pose as a choking hazard, especially in children 3 years of age and younger. If a piece of jewelry or hair accessory breaks do not let the child wear/access. All accessories do fit children of all ages, but it is not recommended that children under the age of 3 wear without supervision. This is not a toy and is only intended as an accessory.
All bath, body, cosmetics, and candles are for external use only.
"Caution- Use only as directed. Excessive use or prolonged exposure may cause irritation to skin and urinary tract. Discontinue use if rash, redness, or itching occur. Consult your physician if irritation persists. Keep out of the reach of children". The label of all bubble and foam products should read," For adult use only", or "Keep out of the reach of children.
Always trim the wick and check for debris.
Before you light a candle, always trim the wick to ¼ inch and remove any debris left in the wax pool such as wick trimmings or matches. Any debris will add more fuel to the candle than it’s designed to handle. Too much fuel can cause the flame to unexpectedly flare up or even start a small fire near the candle flame. Wicks that are left long or crooked can cause uneven burning, dripping, flaring and sooting. Trimming wicks will help prolong the life of your candle. Your candles will burn up to 25% longer if you trim the wick every couple of hours.
Get it right the first time.
Just like the first cut is the deepest, that first burn is the most important. Candles should burn one hour for every 1 inch in diameter of the actual candle size. For example, a candle that is 2 inches across should burn for 2 hours. If a candle is not burned for long enough to allow the wax to liquefy or to melt from edge to edge of the container, it will create a “memory ring.” Once a candle has a “memory ring,” it will continue to tunnel for the life of the candle.
Don’t keep candles burning for longer than indicated on the manufacturer’s instructions (2 hours).
Burning a candle for too long will cause carbon to collect on the wick, leading it to “mushroom.” The wick will then become unstable and produce a dangerously large flame. Plus, your candle will start to smoke and release soot. Avoid this by always following the manufacturer’s instructions. In general, it is recommended that candles do not burn for longer than four hours and cool for at least two hours before relighting.
Keep the flame away from moving air.
When burning a candle, avoid proximity to fans, air conditioners, open windows, or crowded areas with people walking back and forth. Moving air can disturb the flame, resulting in those pesky black marks on the glass.
Store your candles properly.
Store candles in a cool, dark and dry place with the lid on to keep them clean of dust and debris, and to help protect the wax and fragrance. Highly fragrant candles have a life span of 6 to 12 months, depending on the scent. If you enjoy fragranced candles, then use and replace them often to avoid deterioration in appearance and performance.
See link for additional safety information on proper candle useage.
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