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The Spice Lab USA Made Premium Food Grade Citric Acid - Perfect for Bath Bombs Kosher Gluten-Free Non-GMO All Natural

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    • BATH BOMBS: Add Citric Acid to baking soda to make bath bombs fizz like a shaken soda!
    • SKIN: Citric Acid has been commonly used for skin treatments for generations as it has been known to improve the texture of skin and lightening its tone.
    • EXFOLIATES: the skin and as a result of which it removes dead skin cells in the pores of skin. Using bath bombs helps get rid of those dead cells and opens up the pores.
    • LOOSENS: damaged layers of the skin giving you fairer skin and an effervescent complexion. Antioxidants in this acid help repair skin, and fortify blood vessels.
    • VITAMIN C: Citric Acid is also a great source of Vitamin C, also known for its anti-aging properties. While protecting antioxidants, vitamin C enhances the production of collagen.


    Citric Acid Bath Bombs You can make your own bathbomb fizzy, effervescent bath soap/salt using citric acid. The citric acid is completely safe to use in the bathtub. The Alka Seltzer-like fizzy effect is caused by the citric acid reacting with the water and other ingredients of the bomb, such as baking soda and fragrances. Add Citric Acid to baking soda to make bath bombs fizz like a shaken soda! Citric Acid has been commonly used for skin treatments for generations as it has been known to improve the texture of skin and lightening its tone. Exfoliates the skin and as a result of which it removes dead skin cells in the pores of skin. Using bath bombs helps get rid of those dead cells and opens up the pores. Loosens damaged layers of the skin giving you fairer skin and an effervescent complexion. Antioxidants in this acid help repair skin, and fortify blood vessels. Citric Acid is also a great source of Vitamin C, also known for its anti-aging properties. While protecting antioxidants, vitamin C enhances the production of collagen.