The Bomb Drops at KIND soap company with Sizzling New Prices and Products

The KIND team created a new Natural Relief Bath Bomb. It helps rejuvenate and restore the body and mind. KIND fans can now purchase their own Relief Bombs for $10 or buy others for just $6.

Webster Groves, United States - September 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

[ST LOUIS, Mo.- September 16, 2019–] KIND soap company’s founder, Jean Scholtes, is exploding with good news for all natural bath bomb lovers. “We’ve been arduously at-task, creating what we believe to be a powerhouse trio of botanicals that are highly regarded for their pain and stress relieving properties.” Prices have shattered on their coveted collection of pure bath bombs as well.

When one of KIND’s own was stricken with a debilitating back injury, the team rallied together, to do what they do best: create natural bath products that help rejuvenate and restore the body and mind. Out of this need, the newest bath bomb was born.

With the growing recognition of herbal benefits, many are seeking numerous applications for the natural, therapeutic pain relief. After thorough research, KIND decided to include Hemp oil, as well as Copaiba in their newest bomb. Each of these oils can contribute to benefits beyond a typical bomb’s fragrant appeal.

The newest bath bomb helps regulate and balance the body. It’s hemp oil is rich in vitamins E, A, and a broad spectrum of minerals, as well as fatty acids, for fantastic skin care and anti-inflammatory relief. The trio is finished with Copaiba, derived from a South American tree resin. Copaiba is said to be helpful in reducing joint pain, inflammation, loosening muscle tension, easing headaches and more.

Bathing, it turns out, is an incredible mechanism for delivering the therapeutic benefits of Hemp and Copaiba. Warm water opens pores, making it possible for skin to readily absorb the beneficial botanicals. For this reason, KIND never uses dyes, perfumes, preservatives, or petrochemicals. “It just makes no sense to soak in a tub full of ingredients that could potentially harm your body,” remarks Scholtes. “That’s why our entire line of natural bath bombs, and every product lovingly created by KIND, will always remain safe for your skin and overall health.”

In the spirit of celebrating these handmade fizzy wonders, KIND soap company has reduced the price of every bath bomb offered. KIND fans can now purchase the newest bath bombs for $10, or stock up on other favorites for just $6. Scholtes encourages everyone to stay tuned to their website or Facebook for more product releases dropping soon!

KIND Soap Company

20 Allen Avenue, Storefront 105

St. Louis, MO 63119

(314) 942-2024

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Address: 20 Allen Avenue, Webster Groves, Missouri 63119, United States
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