article was written by Ashley Palmer.
was horrified when I first learned that some cosmetics, personal-care products, and household-cleaning products
are still tested on
animals. Luckily, there are hundreds of cruelty-free companies that use
superior, non-animal testing methods for their products. Another great way to
avoid purchasing products that are tested on animals is to make your own, like
these DIY Cruelty-Free Bath Bombs.
tiny, fizzy, stress-relievers make great gifts, or you can use them to treat
yourself! Relax your mind in more ways than one by tossing one of these
scented, cruelty-free bombs into your next bath.
Bath Bombs2 cups baking soda1 cup citric acid1 cup cornstarch10 drops essential oil5 drops food coloring2 cups water1 spray bottlePlastic, stainless steel, or silicone baking molds or wax paper
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