A bath bomb is a small, compact, often spherical-shaped item that dissolves in water and releases various ingredients such as essential oils, fragrance, and colorants. It is typically used in bathwater to add a relaxing, aromatic, and visually appealing experience to a bath. Bath bombs are made up of a combination of dry ingredients such as baking soda, citric acid, and Epsom salts, as well as liquid ingredients such as essential oils, carrier oils, and sometimes even flower petals or glitter. When placed in water, the dry ingredients react with the liquid ingredients to create a fizzing effect and release the fragrance and other ingredients. Bath bombs come in various shapes, sizes, scents, and colors and are a popular item in the self-care and beauty industry.