Celebrate the Earth

The month of April brings awareness to the earth and taking care of our environment and resources. We at Edgar’s Bath Goods do our part to maintain the earth’s health while promoting self-care and relaxation through small efforts that make a great impact.

One way we help the environment is through our packaging. Our luxurious bath bombs are wrapped in a film called Biolefin, which is a type of polyolefin plastic that degrades when exposed to light, wind, water, heat, and the microbial organisms found in most landfills. Once broken down, the micro-organisms convert it to biomass, which is “…renewable organic material that comes from plants and animals.”1

“We chose this packaging solution because our parent company, Goodwill North Central Texas, is all about recycling, and we wanted to keep the values of helping the earth and environmental diligence intact,” said Tracy Jackson, Edgar’s Bath Goods manager.

Another environmentally-friendly packaging solution is using reusable mason jars to present our bath powders, which are the same formulation as our bath bombs, but in powder form for the user to scoop as much or as little as they want for their bath time. They even come with a cute little wooden scoop!

As we continue to expand our product line, we will always consider options that help the environment, such as reusable containers and products that are not harmful to the earth. We also recycle the packaging that comes from our trusted vendors so it doesn’t end up in a landfill.

So, when you purchase one or several of our luxurious bath bombs, available in eight different scents, you can feel good knowing you are a part of an ever-growing group of people that care about the world we live in. Here’s to your health and well being!

1 U.S. Energy Information Administration (2022, June 2). Biomass Explained. Biomass Explained – U.S. Energy Information Administration. Retrieved April 5, 2023, from https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/biomass/#:~:text=Biomass%20is%20renewable%20organic%20material,and%20heating%20in%20developing%20countries.