Bath Products

Looking to add natural color, enrich your product with beneficial minerals, or improve release of minerals and essential oils?

Key Ingredients:

Ascorbic Acid

Ascorbic Acid neutralizes chlorine and ammonium in water

Citric Acid

Citric Acid provides acidity, chelates metal ions, buffers pH, and acts as synergist for antioxidants.


Colors can be natural or synthetic.

Epsom Salts

Epsom Salt serves as a muscle relaxant, and provides skin soothing.

Gluconic Acid

Gluconic Acid can act as chelating agent.

Glucono Delta Lactone

GDL replaces chelating agents such as EDTA, and forms a slow release preservative with sodium benzoate.

Lactic Acid

Lactic Acid adjusts pH, supports preservation, Improves skin moisture, holds water, and adjusts pH.

Monosodium Citrate

Monosodium Citrate replaces Citric Acid in sensitive formulations and effervescent systems, and is used in water-sensitive formulations due to its low water content.

Potassium Gluconate

Potassium Gluconate acts as sodium-free buffer salt, and chelates metal ions.

Potassium Lactate

Potassium Lactate improves skin moisture, holds water, and adjusts pH.

Sea Salt

Sea Salt is rich in minerals, provides relaxation, and provides skin soothing.

Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium Bicarbonate assists with dissolving and fizzing in water, assists in releasing colors and essential oils, and has a softening effect on hard water.

Sodium Gluconate

Sodium Gluconate improves skin moisture, adjusts pH, acts as chelating agent, and stabilizes fluoride.

Sodium Lactate

Sodium Lactate improves skin moisture, holds water, and adjusts pH.

Trimagnesium Citrate

Trisodium Citrate enriches magnesium content. .

Tripotasium Citrate

Tripotassium Citrate adjusts pH, and chelates metal ions.

Trisodium Citrate

Trisodium Citrate adjusts pH, chelates metal ions, and buffers pH.

Xanthan Gum

Xanthan Gum controls rheology in rinse-off products like shampoos, and suspends insoluble in rinse-off products like shampoos.

Zinc Citrate

Zinc Citrate reduces and controls bacteria.