Saturday, March 8, 2008

Ruby Fizzie Bomb Ice Cream Scoops

These are my favorite bombs - and I made them! How exciting. The pink color comes from Mica and pink clay and the scent is gorgeous: It is Ruby Red Grapefruit to match our just released SUGARFOOT which also comes in Ruby Red Grapefruit. My favorite part, is that not of them cracked and they are ready to be shrink wrapped. I think I'll have a give away!

I have added (to Product Body newsletter subscribers only) a coupon to try our Sugarfoot and anyone who spends $100 or more at The Product Body Shop gets one of these 5 oz Ruby bombs wrapped with a bow and sent off with a kiss!

So if you are not receiving our newsletter and want to get one of these for a fun bath, then leave a comment from now until Tuesday and on Tuesday morning I will randomly choose a winner for Da BOMB and ship it out promptly.

Good luck and spread the word!

ps: These bombs are not for sale, so the only way to get them is to leave comments.

10 comments:

Trisha in Portland said...

I bet the Ruby Red Grapefruit smells awesome. I'm all about scents!

Anne-Marie said...

Cute cute. They look great!

Teresa (was ShadesOfGrey) said...

I'm with Trisha, I'm all about the scent too!

Oops, I just put in an order, but missed the free gift for over $100 part. (I think dh is secretly happy because I can easily buy that much worth of stuff...LOL!)

Heidi said...

Those look great! My first bathbombs were a little crazy. Must have used too much witch hazel = 0

What do you use for molds? They are so perfectly round.

Joanna Schmidt said...

I got the moulds from Costal Scents. They havea variety of sizes. A few have broken under my Hulk-like pressure, but I bought about 5 or 6 of them.http://www.coastalscents.com/cfwebstore/index.cfm?fuseaction=product.
display&Product_ID=214

Bath Bomb molds 60 mm 5 for $5.49. Not too shabby!

Anonymous said...

These look luscious and grapefruit is one of my favorites.

Kelli said...

Yum! does the mica and pink clay leave a stain on the tub? I know sometimes the ones made with food coloring can leave a ring.

Karen said...

Ooh, they look delicious!! Never smelled the grapefruit fragrance but I can just imagine how invigorating a bath with one of those might be! :)

Ruby said...

I've never used a bath bomb before...

What do you put in them to make it fizz?

Joanna Schmidt said...

kelli: The pink does not stain the tub. Surprisingly. It washed right off with splashing the water around.

trisha, anon, and karen: The Ruby Red is an unbelievable scent. I love it. It is tart and sour with a hint of sweetness. That is the only way I can describe it.

Ruby: The fizzing part is citric acid.... There are so many different recipes out there, but one can make a bath bomb with 2 parts baking soda 1 part citric acid if you want and a bit of oil or water. Then they can be elaborate, like mine.... try it, they are fun, but beware, muscles will form!