Updated June 21, 2020 by Gia Vescovi-Chiordi

The 10 Best Bath Bomb Sets

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This wiki has been updated 13 times since it was first published in October of 2016. Move over bubble bath, the new and improved spa item to offer relief from everyday stresses and strains comes in the form of these fizzing bath bomb sets. Some are scented with the fragrances of essential oils and are designed to moisturize your skin while you relax and soak in the tub. Many come packaged in elegant, sturdy boxes that make them ideal for presenting as gifts. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best bath bomb set on Amazon.

10. Sky Organics Kids

9. HomEco Happy Hour

8. Aofmee Floating Fizzies

7. Natural Spa XXL

6. Pure Scentum Bombelalala

5. Beauty by Earth Healing

4. HanZa Ultra Comforting

3. Ouai Chill Pills

2. Rejuvelle Luxury

1. LifeAround2Angels Moisturize

Special Honors

Good Common Sense Naturals Organic If you're looking for something handmade and organic, the wide assortment from Good Common Sense Naturals should suit you. Their offerings are 99% all-natural and use unrefined butters and oils along with pure therapeutic grade essential oils. They don't use parabens, synthetic fragrances, or colorants, opting for herbs, fruits, and vegetable plant powder or puree instead. All packaging is BPA-free and recyclable. goodcommonsense.com

Lush Original Intergalactic The bath bomb was invented by Lush co-founder and inventor Mo Constantine. As such, the company has decades of experience perfecting them and an extensive array of choices in eye-catching shapes and hues. A cult favorite, the picture-worthy Intergalactic is a mix of refreshing peppermint, cedarwood, and neon colors with popping candy for added fizz. lushusa.com

Editor's Notes

June 18, 2020:

Ever since they were invented years ago, bath bombs have carved out a strong spot in the already crowded spa and wellness industry thanks to their simplicity and fun factor. They help relieve stress, make your bathroom and skin smell nice, produce fun colors and fizz, and are easy to make with natural ingredients and essential oils, which is a boon for those with sensitive skin and DIYers. When used as directed, bath bombs are perfectly safe, but it's best to check for any added dyes, fragrances, or chemicals that might irritate the skin, especially if you're shopping for kids.

For our list, we prioritized items with limited ingredients, organic components, essential oils, moisturizers like shea butter and coconut oil, and natural colorants. It was also important that selections not stain tubs or skin or leave a sticky feeling behind. Some, like the Sky Organics Kids, Beauty by Earth Healing, and Natural Spa XXL contain soothing epsom salts or dead sea salts.

Today's update saw the removal of the Luna Love Naturals in favor of the vastly more popular LifeAround2Angels Moisturize, a set of individually-wrapped bombs with potent fizzing power, creative scents that don't overwhelm and leave you lightly fragranced, and contain no glitter or other microplastics. We also brought on two more additions to round our list out to an even ten, and that includes the Ouai Chill Pills, which are ideal for those who want a toned-down stress-reliever without the excess pomp and circumstance. Each has the same lovely fragrance, which is great if you want to stick to the same thing and don't love every option in variety packs, and they can be snapped in half for foot soaks or milder baths.


Gia Vescovi-Chiordi
Last updated on June 21, 2020 by Gia Vescovi-Chiordi

Born in Arizona, Gia is a writer and autodidact who fled the heat of the desert for California, where she enjoys drinking beer, overanalyzing the minutiae of life, and channeling Rick Steves. After arriving in Los Angeles a decade ago, she quickly nabbed a copywriting job at a major clothing company and derived years of editing and proofreading experience from her tenure there, all while sharpening her skills further with myriad freelance projects. In her spare time, she teaches herself French and Italian, has earned an ESL teaching certificate, traveled extensively throughout Europe and the United States, and unashamedly devours television shows and books. The result of these pursuits is expertise in fashion, travel, beauty, literature, textbooks, and pop culture, in addition to whatever obsession consumes her next.


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