Cherry River’s signature CBD bath bombs are the beginning of our story. But what, exactly, is a bath bomb? Does adding CBD really help? What makes Cherry River’s bath bombs unique?

What is a bath bomb?

Simply put, a bath bomb is a mixture of ingredients (that usually include Epsom salts, citric acid, baking soda, and corn starch) mixed and molded with an oil binder such as coconut oil or avocado oil, and usually infused with a fragrance or essential oil and color.

Meant to be used in the bathtub, the citric acid in a bath bomb causes it to fizz in the water, releasing added scents or colors into the water, giving a delightful and fun bath time.

There are hundreds of different types of bath bombs: from buttermilk bath truffles to bath bombs designed for kids, the variety allows you to find exactly what you want.

What are CBD bath bombs good for?

There isn’t a lot of evidence on the benefits of CBD bath bombs. We have found, however, studies done on the benefits of CBD and skincare. According to a recent Forbes article, “CBD might also be effective in fighting acne as ithelps reduce the production of sebum in the skin. Additionally, studies indicate that cannabidiol may be effective in treating eczema and psoriasis as well.”

Our customers also love our bath bombs! Read some of our reviews here, and learn more about how Cherry River products have helped our amazing clients.

What makes Cherry River’s bath bombs unique?

We spent two years developing the perfect bath bomb. From picking ethically-sourced ingredients to using full-spectrum hemp oil grown and processed on our family’s GAP andBath bombs in bath bomb tray cGMP certified farm and processing facility, we promise you a bath bomb you’ll fall in love with time and again.

We have seven different scent options, including an unscented one for customers with allergies. We use FD&C-approved colorant, and add a bit of magic with SLSA, which turns your bath bomb into a bubble bath.

Each bath bomb contains 100 mg full-spectrum CBD hemp oil. Want to learn more about the differences between full-spectrum and isolate? Read more here!