Alien Bomb : Botanical Butter Bath Bomb

Alien Bomb : Botanical Butter Bath Bomb


This 6oz alien has your dehydrated skin & achy muscles in mind, with a specially formulated herbal blend meant to soothe sore joints and soften/moisturize skin simultaneously. Drop it into your tub, take in the aromatherapeutic scents of lemon thyme, lavender, eucalyptus, rose, cocoa butter & cedarwood while being enveloped in a blanket of creamy, buttery froth. 

  • SMELLS LIKE: Eucalyptus woodlands, cocoa butter & floral botanicals
  • FEELS LIKE: Relaxing, creamy & nourishing
  • LOOKS LIKE: Turns bath water into sparkly, creamy froth

Ingredients: Sodium bicarbonate* (naturally-extracted), Magnesium sulfate (Epsom Salt), Citric acid, Arrowroot powder, White oak bark(Quercus alba), Marshmallow root(Althaea officinalis), Mullein leaf(Verbascum), Comfrey root(Symphytum officinale), Wormwood herb(Artemisia absinthium), Skullcap herb(Scutellaria), Black walnut leaf(Juglans nigra), Lobelia herb(Lobelia inflata), Pure distilled water, Cocoa butter(Theobroma cacao), Shea butter(Vitellaria paradoxa), Avocado oil(Persea americana), Safflower oil(Carthamus tinctorius), 100% pure essential lavender(Lavandula officinalis)/eucalyptus(Eucalyptus globulus)/cedarwood(Cedrus atlantica), Dried Lavender, Lemon thyme(Thymus citriodorus) & Rose buds(Rosa × damascena), Mica

Best Results : Fill your bathtub with warm water, drop in the Alien bomb & nourish your being.

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Cocoa Butter

Antioxidants: Cocoa butter is high in antioxidants which help fight off free radical damage to the skin. Free radicals can cause skin aging, dark patches, and dull skin.  Protecting your skin from free radical damage is a must if you want healthy and younger-looking skin.  This skin care ingredient is also anti-inflammatory which makes cocoa butter an anti-aging skin care ingredient as well. Reduces stretchmarks: There are many women who claim that the regular use of cocoa butter was what kept stretch marks away while they were pregnant. We're not entirely convinced anything can keep stretch marks away, but you'll find many anti-stretch mark cocoa butter products to choose from. In fact, Palmers, a skin care line devoted to cocoa butter has a product just for stretch marks. People also say that cocoa butter helps to heal scars. Hydrating : Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids and hydrates the skin deeply, making it a wonderful addition to body moisturizers and lip balms.  It contains oleic acid, palmitic acid, and stearic acid all of which nourish the skin deeply. Heals & nourishes sensitive skin. Again, no guarantees, but cocoa butter has been noted to help skin irritations such as eczema and dermatitis.

Lemon thyme

Lemon thyme is very high in the most important minerals that are essential for health. The leaves of thyme are excellent source of iron, calcium, manganese, magnesium, selenium, and potassium. Due to these minerals, thyme is used as an antioxidant, and it helps control blood pressure and heart rate. All of the most important vitamins are also present in thyme. Vitamin C, that helps the body create and develop resistance against infections and free radicals, vitamin A, that is essential for vision, skin, and healthy mucus membrane, and beta-carotene, that protects from lung cancer. Besides, there is also vitamin K and vitamin B-6, that is beneficial for neurotransmitters in the brain, thus, relieve from stress. Thyme herb has the highest level of antioxidants. It contains phenolic antioxidants like zea-xanthin, lutein, pigenin, naringenin, luteolin, and thymonin. It is important to remember that thyme contains thymol, one of the important essential oils that have antiseptic and anti-fungal characteristics. Having antifungal properties, it reliefs from scabies and lice infestation. It also has the power to get rid of the itching. For this problem, one should boil an ounce of dried thyme and rinse the itchy skin with it. Thyme tincture can remove blemishes and clear acnes.

White oak bark

White oak bark has astringent properties because of the high level of tannins present in its bark. Astringents work by constricting or shrinking the body’s tissues on the inside and the outside. Natural astringents like white oak bark have a variety of therapeutic benefits. They also perform some useful external functions and can help limit bleeding from the skin as well as other skin complaints like burns, bruises, wrinkles and eczema. Its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties are also excellent for the skin. The tannin content of the white oak bark is also responsible for its antiseptic properties which can help to prevent and treat both internal and external infections. The tannins bind with the proteins present in the tissues which helps to stave off harmful pathogens and bacteria. White oak bark has been effectively used against urinary tract infections, dysentery and vaginal infections. White oak bark can also be used externally to protect against skin infections and to help treat a number of skin issues. It has been successfully used to treat poison ivy and to soothe the pain and inflammation from bee stings and bug bites.  When applied to the skin, it may also help speed up the healing process from minor wounds, cuts, scrapes and burns. It can even be a helpful natural remedy for mouth ulcers and herpes. You can apply it directly to your skin or make a cold compress with white oak bark tea or liquid extract. An alternative is to add a cupful of dried bark to your bathtub and letting your skin soak it up.

Marshmallow root

Helpful for skin conditions such as: Rosacea. Sensitive skin -Dry skin, including dry psoriasis and dry eczema (as a wash). Aging skin - Marshmallow root is plumping and can sooth out fine lines, even redness and heal abrasions, nicks and other small cuts present on the skin. The most anti-inflammatory of all the common mucilages (remember, inflammation is the cause of many skin ailments). Emollient- water follows salt and marshmallow has a salty nature. Softens and breaks up hard tissues. Primary remedy for a broad range of conditions, normalizer that reestablishes balance. Specific for people who have hardening of personality, intolerance and to regulate lower chakras and strong emotions. Great for use on sore nipples.

Mullein leaf

Traditional use of mullein in its various forms includes the treatment of bruises, burns, hemorrhoids and gout. Preparations of mullein can be ingested, applied topically and even smoked. In the Appalachia region of the United States, the plant has historically been used to treat colds and upper airway infections. Additionally, mullein leaves have been applied topically to soften and protect the skin. 

Bursitis is a painful condition that affects the small, fluid-filled sacs (called bursae) that cushion the bones, tendons and muscles near your joints. Bursitis occurs when the bursae become inflamed. The most common locations for bursitis are in the shoulder, elbow and hip. To help bursitis naturally with mullein, you can simply prepare some mullein tea and soak a clean cloth in the warm tea. The cloth can then be regularly applied over the affected region, which should help to decrease inflammation and serve as a natural remedy for bone and joint pain. You can also create a mullein poultice. Researchers at Clemson University confirmed the antibacterial properties of mullein. In 2002, these researchers reported that mullein extracts are effective against several species of disease-causing bacteria including Klebsiella pneumoniaeStaphylococcusaureusStaphylococcus epidermidis and Escherichia coli more commonly known as E. coli.

Wormwood herb

Applied topically, the oil extracted from Wormwood acts as an anti-inflammatory that is used as a liniment to relieve pain and sore muscles. It is useful for healing wounds, skin ulcers, blemishes and insect bites.

Skullcap herb

Skullcap possesses certain analgesic properties, meaning that consuming it can help to relieve pain throughout the body, partially through a reduction in inflammation. However, you can form a paste of the dried one and apply it directly to the areas that are experiencing pain. This can be a major boost for the healing of wounds or if you are recovering from an injury. Also, small scrapes and bruises can be healed more rapidly by applying it topically, as the rich phenolic compounds and flavones stimulate blood flow to the skin and help prevent infection.

Black walnut leaf

The tannins in black walnut have an astringent effect, which is used to tighten the epidermis, mucous membranes and relieve irritation. Dermatological applications associated with black walnut include viral warts, eczema, acne, psoriasis, xerosis, tinea pedis and poison ivy. 

The juice from unripe black walnut hulls has been used in folk medicine for many years as a treatment for topical, localized dermatophytic fungal infections, such as ringworm. These fungal infections usually involve the keratinized tissues, such as hair, skin and nails. Such infections may be chronic and resistant to treatment but rarely affect the general health of the patient. It’s been suggested that the biological activity of the black walnut hull is due to the naphthoquinone, juglone (5-hydroxy-1,4 naphthoquinone). The antifungal activity of juglone has also been compared to other known antifungal agents, such as griseofulvin, clotrimazole, tolnaftate, triacetin, zinc undecylenate, selenium sulfide, liriodenine and liriodenine methionine. In a study, it was determined that juglone exhibited moderate antifungal activity similar to zinc undecylenate and selenium sulfide, which are commercially available antifungal agents.

Lobelia herb

Lobelia is also used in topical ways to alleviate muscle pain and joint lumps triggered by rheumatoid arthritis. It is also used to treat instances of insect bites and bruises. The major ingredient of lobelia, namely lobeline, is said to possess qualities similar to Nicotine, though scientific studies have not corroborated this claim. Despite a lack of scientific proof, lobelia has been used extensively as a smoking cessation product in the market. Nicotine works on specific receptors in the human nervous system to raise heart rate, blood pressure and contract blood vessels. Interestingly, lobelia works in the opposite way. It brings down blood pressure, heart rate, relaxes muscles and dilates the blood vessels. Studies also indicate that it may be effective in treating drug addiction. The herb eases muscles and improves the blood flow in the human body. Thus, it can help alleviate menstrual cramps and muscle cramps. As a matter of fact, in the 19th century, it was used to reduce pelvic stiffness during childbirth.


Avocado oil

Avocado oil benefits include very high levels of healthy monounsaturated fats, phytosterols and antioxidants like vitamin E. All of these nutrients would be likely to help better your skin tone over time when added to your diet regularly.

To really improve skin’s appearance though, many people are finding avocado oil, applied topically to the face, in a certain way and at a certain time, to have some amazing results.

Avocado oil is one of the most penetrative of all natural plant oils. Unlike most moisturizers and many other natural oils, it is believed to penetrate through the epidermis and into the dermis layer of our skin.

This results in extremely soft and hydrated facial skin and, due to its humectant properties that prevent drying out, this moisturizing effect is long-lasting.

A good extra virgin and unrefined avocado oil is especially useful for a flaking, dehydrated and sun damaged face. While most skin types can see real benefits from using avocado oil, those with dry or mature skin would be likely to see an even more noticeable difference.

Avocado oil has also been recommended as helpful for acne problems and as a treatment for eczema and psoriasis, with many people online sharing positive results with regular use.

When applied topically and consistently, it has even been reported to be effective at reducing age spots and helping to heal minor scarring and more long-term sun damage to our skin.

One of the reasons for all of these skin benefits may be the way it seems to help increase collagen production within the layers of the dermis. Collagen is the connective protein that binds our skin together and youthful skin has high levels of it.

As we age though, this collagen starts to break down due to sun damage, poor nutrition and other environmental factors. Preventing, and perhaps even reversing collagen breakdown may help delay wrinkles and other visible signs of aging.


Safflower oil


Safflower oil is found to be ideal for improving the quality and texture of skin due to the abundance of linoleic acid. They combine with the sebum in human skin to unclog the pores and reduce rashes and acne. They also facilitate the regeneration of new skin cells, leaving you looking younger and gorgeous. The oil is also a rich source of Vitamin E which is an antioxidant and moisturizer.


100% Pure Essential Oils & Aromatics

Lemon Thyme: Thymol, the constituent of thyme is a strong antiseptic. It’s warm and toning effect on skin helps in improving blood circulation and thus gives a glowing and unblemished skin tone. Soothes and Conditions Skin. Improves skin tone. Diluted thyme oil or tincture has invigorating and toning effect on the circulatory system, thus it helps to brighten the complexion. The damage against the free-radical is protected by Antioxidant phenols and flavonoids. One of the best for acne treatment, It has been proved that thyme tincture is better medicinal than benzoyl peroxide, the active ingredient in most anti-acne creams or washes, at killing the bacterium that causes acne (propionibacterium acnes) by infecting skin pores and forming spots, whiteheads and pimples.

Lavender: Reduce anxiety and emotional stress. Improve brain function. Help to heal burns and wounds. Improve sleep. Restore skin complexion and reduce acne. Slow aging with powerful antioxidants. Relieve pain.

Eucalyptus: Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, deodorant, antiseptic, antibacterial, stimulant. Heals wounds. Treats respiratory problems. Removes mental exhaustion. Relieves muscle pain. 

Rose: Battles depression, as an anti-stress/anti-anxiety plant oil. Antimicrobial skin health. Rose helps to drive substances into your skin, increasing permeability and carrying with it whatever it contains. & with Aliensauce, you can expect to absorb the finest ingredients.

Cedarwood: Antifungal, antiseptic, diuretic, astringent and sedative properties. It has the power to improve your skin. Relieves symptoms of seborrhea eczema. Prevents infections. Reduces inflammation. Relieves spasms. Astringent. Sedative effect. Cures fungal infections.







*The baking soda source is either Bob's Red Mill or Frontier, both distributors use reputable & 100% certified organic methods of extraction (via a simple water process free of any chemicals, yielding 100% pure nahcolite; a natural by-product of our Earth).