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Pink Champagne & Pomelo Bath Fizz | Buddha Beauty Trade

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Β£7.29

Pink Champagne & Β Pomelo Bath FizzΒ 

Indulge in the epitome of self-care luxury with our Pink Champagne & Pomelo Bath Fizz. This decadent blend unites the sparkling effervescence of pink champagne with the vibrant aroma of citrusy pomelo, turning any bath into a lavish retreat.πŸ₯‚

If you like this product, try our strawberry and vanilla foot scrub.

Benefits
Ingredients
Patch Testing
How To Use
Benefits

Relaxation: Bath fizz effervesces and releases fragrant essential oils, creating a soothing and calming atmosphere in your bath. The gentle fizzing sensation can help relax your body and mind, making it ideal for unwinding after a long day.

Aromatherapy: Many bath fizz products are infused with essential oils that provide aromatherapy benefits. These oils can uplift your mood, reduce stress, and create a sense of relaxation and well-being during and after your bath.

Skin Hydration: Bath fizz often contains moisturising ingredients that can hydrate and nourish your skin. It helps prevent dryness, leaving your skin feeling soft and smooth.

Ingredients

Bicarbonate soda, citric acid, epsom salt, liquid dye, glitter, essential oilΒ 

Patch Testing

Patch Testing Guide

Patch tests are an easy way to help predict if your client will have a negative initial reaction to a new product.

It is recommended to perform a patch test before incorporating a new product into your routine.

We have outlined a general method for conducting your own patch test based on the type of product.

Apply a small amount of the product onto a clean area of skin on the upper forearm and keep the area dry.

After 24 hours rinse the area, If any redness, burning, itching, blistering or irritation is observed at any time throughout the test, do not use the product.

Although rare a reaction can occur during treatment your client mentions any odd sensations or severe redness remove the product and use a cold compress on the area.

How To Use

Patch testing is an essential safety precaution, especially when using new products or products that may come into direct contact with the skin. Here's how to perform a patch test on your clients:

1. Select the Product:

Choose the product you want to patch test. In this case, if you're introducing a new skincare or nail product, use that specific product for the patch test.

2. Choose the Test Area:

Identify a small, inconspicuous area on your client's skin where you can perform the patch test. Common test areas for skincare products include the inside of the wrist or the area behind the ear. For nail products like cuticle oil, consider the skin around the wrist or the side of the nail.

3. Clean the Test Area:

Ensure the chosen area is clean and free from any other skincare or beauty products. Gently cleanse the skin with mild soap and water, then pat it dry.

4. Apply a Small Amount:

Apply a small amount of the product you want to test to the selected area. Use only a minimal quantity, as the goal is to check for any adverse reactions.

5. Instruct the Client:

Inform your client about the patch test and its purpose. Let them know that they should leave the tested area untouched and avoid washing or applying any other products to it for the specified test duration.

6. Record the Details:

Make a note of the date and time when you applied the product for the patch test. This will help you track the test duration and any reactions that may occur.

7. Observe for Reactions:

Instruct your client to monitor the test area for the next 24-48 hours. Advise them to look for any signs of irritation, redness, itching, swelling, or rash. If they experience any discomfort, they should notify you immediately.

8. Evaluate the Results:

After the designated test period (usually 24-48 hours), check the test area. If there are no adverse reactions and the skin appears normal, it's likely safe for your client to use the product. However, if there are any signs of irritation, advise your client to discontinue use and seek medical advice if necessary.

9. Document the Outcome:

Record the results of the patch test in your client's file. This documentation can be valuable for future reference and can help ensure the safety of your clients in subsequent visits.

Remember that patch testing is a crucial step in ensuring the safety of your clients, especially when introducing new products or when dealing with clients who may have sensitive skin or allergies. It's a proactive measure that can help prevent adverse reactions and ensure a positive experience for your clients.

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Lovely Scent

The big tub of bath crystals smelt lovely and was skin friendly, but not much foam.

Hi Jilly, Thank you so much for your review! This product is meant to act as a fizzing powder which leaves your bath filled with essential oils and fragrance that soothes the skin. this product will not leave any type of foam/bubbles in your bath. So glad you love it!

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Pink Champagne & Pomelo Bath Fizz | Buddha Beauty Trade

Pink Champagne & Pomelo Bath Fizz | Buddha Beauty Trade

Β£7.29
1 REVIEW
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