The most popular use for Citric Acid is in bath bombs. It can be used with Sodium Bicarbonate as the base ingredients for a bath bomb. When these two chemicals are combined, they create a fizzy and bubbly effect when in contact with water.
Citric Acid is a fine crystalline white powder which is odourless.
Citric Acid has so many uses:
- Personal care products such as bath bombs and bath salts (when mixed with Sodium Bicarbonate)
- Acts as a preservative in cosmetic products
- Used as a pH adjusting agent in cream and gels
- Can be used in shampoo to wash out wax and colouring from the hair
- Removes and discourages the buildup of limescale
- Can be used as an odourless alternative to white vinegar for home dyeing with acid dyes
- Effectively cleans grease and is the active ingredient in some bathroom and kitchen cleaning solutions
- A solution with a six percent concentration of citric acid will remove hard water stains from glass without scrubbing
- 500g Bag
- 1kg Bag
- 1kg Tub
Comes packaged in self seal bags, so you can easily reseal it to store for future use. The 1kg size is also available in a handy tub.
To make your own bath bombs we have a fantastic blog article here that will help you create yours.
Health and Safety:
This is a cosmetics product from a cosmetic supplier. Not for consumption. Avoid contact with eyes and skin - goggles and gloves should be worn while using this ingredient. Highly acidic and so prolonged direct skin contact should be avoided, especially in those with sensitive skin. As with all powder-based ingredients, it's best to avoid excess inhalation. It's best to avoid using cosmetic ingredients while pregnant, please seek medical advice before use. Keep out of reach of children and pets.