THEY - Crystal Infused Pride Bath Bomb
Merriam-Webster came out in support of the singular “they” and the American Dialectic Society, a group of professional linguists, voted it their 2015 “Word of the Year" - 7 years later and we are in the middle of a gender revolution and this year for PRIDE we are bringing back our favorite THEY bath bomb.
Embedded inside is the energy of Peach Quartz, which works to open up to the Divine portal, and allows you to discover your purpose for the highest good in this world. It promotes an understanding of how to connect one's dreams to reality. Therefore, Peach Quartz is very useful for helping one to set and achieve goals. It allows one to become more social and supports your ability to focus on the needs of others. Peach Quartz can support those who work in public service by keeping their focus on the needs of others. Carrying this stone works to gently ground you, grows your personal power, and helps keep your emotions balanced.
We crafted up the most delicious luxury blend of almond milk, sea salt and banana which when combined smells like a delicious ice cream parfait.
🏳️🌈 Creator's Note
🏳️🌈 Creator's Note
This collection is a celebration of the entire spectrum of PRIDE. Each year we take time to learn about the different communities that exist within different identities. We are grateful to all that shared their stories with us. We still have a lot to learn but hopefully these pieces help spread acceptance, equality and peace. Love is the greatest gift in the world and we are proud to be supporters of self love and lovers of all kinds.
We are not authors, we are creators and this is our way of saying we see you, we respect you, and we accept you.
Happy Pride Month from the entire CBS team xo
We will be donating 25% of every product sold from our pride collection to the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund
The Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund is committed to ending discrimination based upon gender identity and expression and to achieving equality for transgender people through public education, test-case litigation, direct legal services, and public policy efforts.