White Lavender Soak & Fizz
Everything you love about our bath bombs, now with Epsom salts.
- Fizzy, fun, and dye-free
- Made from scratch with a blend of Epsom salts and our full-spectrum bath bomb powder
- 400 mg of full-spectrum extract in a 1:1 THC/CBD blend. Split that into four baths for 100 mg of fun in each bath
- 16 oz (453 g) in a child-resistant container with a reclaimed ocean plastic lid
- All of our products are cruelty-free. We never test on animals. Not even our rubber duckies
Now here’s a product worth its salt.
Our fizzy bath powder is made from scratch with all-natural, skin-friendly ingredients. Each container holds 400 mg of cannabinoids in a soothing and fizzy 1:1 CBD/THC blend. If you split that up into four baths, you’ll have roughly 100 mg in each bath. Be prepared to feel noodly—before long, you’ll be ready to pour yourself into bed.
If you loved our Soothing Lavender Soak & Fizz, you’ll love White Lavender. It has all the same ingredients you love, but now it’s even more pure—White Lavender is dye-free.
Epsom salt is named for the English town where it was discovered. It’s chock full of magnesium—a mineral that’s been linked to mental wellbeing and bone health.
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).
Our full list of ingredients is on the outside of each jar.
Will it make me feel high?
Nope. Our Soak & Fizz is 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?
White Lavender has no color, so you’re in the clear! But if you choose to use one of our colorful bath products, don’t worry—our bath bomb powder is formulated using a water-based dye that does not stain skin or bathtub materials like porcelain and fiberglass.
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.