Fizzy Bath Tablets

Make these easy to use Fizzy Bath Tablets for a nice foamy bath. They awaken the senses with fragrance release, popping particles and sparkling effect.

Ingredients

IngredientWt, % (as is)
Phase A 
NATRASORB BATH Starch Tapioca Start 10.00
Fragrance oil of your choice 2.00
Phase B 
Lathanol LAL Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate Powder 15.00
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) 45.00
Citric Acid 25.00
Kaolin Clay or Cream of Tartar 2.00
Colloidal Oatmeal 1.00
Total 100.00

Mixing Procedure

Spray or mist the fragrance on NATRASORB BATH starch and mix. Blend Phase A and Phase B. Mold the tablet in to your choice of mold.

NATRASORB BATH starch is able to absorb and carry large quantities of oils and anhydrous liquids such as fragrance oils. The starch is processed in a manner that creates unique “pockets” that can carry the oils essentially in a solid powder form. NATRASORB BATH starch is hydrophilic so that once the starch comes in contact with water; it immediately dissolves, releasing loaded fragrances and/or oils and emollients, dispersing them into the warm water.

Physical Properties

Color Cream Colored
pH Not Measured
Viscosity Not Measure

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