THC-infused and oh-so-fizzy.
- 150 mg of full-spectrum extract in a 1:1 CBD/THC blend
- Add foam and fizz to your bath
- Single use recommended for a luxurious soak
- Won’t stain you or your tub
- All our products are cruelty-free
Our THC-infused bath bombs are the bomb! Take a soak with these fizzy devils and experience maximum relaxation. You’ll get out feeling, dare we say, noodly. We’ve designed our cannabinoid oils to integrate with bathwater rather than floating on top. They won’t stain you or your tub.
HDP bath bomb blend is fizzy, fun, and clean. It won’t stain you or your tub. It’s made from scratch with lots of love (and lots of full-spectrum extract).
Kaolin clay is a mineral you may have come across in rejuvenating mud and clay face masks. It’s thought to cleanse pores and gently exfoliate skin.
Lavender essential oil is said to be an antioxidant. We think it smells soothing and peaceful. Take a whiff and see if you agree!
Our full list of ingredients is on the outside of each box.
Will they make me feel high?
Nope. Our bath bombs are not psychoactive. Because the cannabinoids in topicals aren’t absorbed into the bloodstream, they won’t make you feel high.
How long should I soak?
We find our peak relaxation-zone in about 15 minutes, but you can soak as long as you like. Go on, turn into a prune!
Will the color stain me or my tub?
Our bath bomb powder is formulated using a water-based dye that does not stain skin or bathtub materials like porcelain and fiberglass. However, the dye can cling to soap residue that may have hitched a ride on the sides of your tub during your last bath. If your tub is discolored after you’re done soaking, try soap, water, and a gentle scrub to get it squeaky clean again.
The color started to fade. What gives?
Because the dyes in our bath products are gentle (read: less chemically!), they are light-sensitive. If you leave a product where the sun shines on it, it may appear faded. Rest assured, when you put the product in water, it’ll be just as vibrant as ever.
Why is the potency number on my label different from what I see on your website/what was on my last product?
Have you noticed that some topical companies always list the same THC and CBD potency numbers on their products? This is a red flag.
The potency of full-spectrum extract varies slightly from batch to batch, as do topicals made with full-spectrum extract. Other concentrated cannabis products—like distillate THC—produce consistent potency numbers, but at what cost? Distillates strip cannabis down to its most basic—and least useful—form. Unlike distillate, full-spectrum extract uses the whole cannabis plant and preserves all the healthful compounds.
We use full-spectrum extract in our topicals. The potency numbers on our website are targets, and as such, the unique numbers printed on each label might be slightly higher or lower depending on the batch.