Take a walk through the Tibetan tundra

Under the Umbrella Tree

Bath Bomb

Take a walk through the Tibetan tundra
under the umbrella tree bath bomb

A wilderness is blooming inside your bathtub. It’s unkempt and uncultivated - nature at its most perfect and anarchic. A complex and meditative perfume invites you to take a walk on the wildside through unchartered territory of cedarwood and vetivert, through peaks of black pepper and foliage of rose. Discover obscure forests fed by monsoons and the mountain ranges of the Hindu Kush, imagined in technicolour scentscapes of cade, pine and grapefruit.

Umbrella unfurled and lowered about your body, envelop yourself in the serenity of the Tibetan plateau as essential oils and epsom salts effervesce. Inhale and exhale. Then, while your body rests, allow your mind to travel, drinking in the sight of the mountains and meandering through grass plains. Find respite in adventure.

Let us know your product story by saving the picture below and sharing via #WeTheBathers. 



About 7 months ago

The scent of this Tibetan Tundra bomb sprang forth in my mind, the inescapable thought.... I WAS BORN HERE... Some kind of, root of civilisation... Past life... Awoken deja vu.... madness. The best, most grounding, relaxation session, bath experience OF MY LIFE.

25 Ingredients
Smoky and earthy
epson salts
Uplifting and refreshing

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

We do not test our finished products on animals. We also only purchase from ingredient suppliers who do not test on animals. More.

Related Article
#WeTheBathers Film
29 Reviews
4 Average rating
Most Helpful

4 / 4 people found this helpful


About 1 year ago

I love the breath of god fragrance and used to love snagging inhale exhale bath bomb (which one side fizzes faster in the inhale fragrance and slow fizz in exhale one side red the other blue) so I am pleased as punch to see this bathbomb. The texture is a bit different slightly more crumbly than most but I suppose it's either the pine pollen the Epsom salt or both giving it a less solid look. It's truer to breath of god than inhale exhale I feel like was slightly different each bomb had a diff ratio. I just love this and wish for more herbal heavy scents in the regular bath range.

Read More
Top Rated

5/5 stars


About 5 months ago

This is one of my absolute all-time favourites. I only tried inhale/exhale once, just as its in-store run was ending, and I remember being disappointed. I'm a huge Breath Of God fan, and I believe this is the superior bath bomb for holding the fragrance, as well as making for a generally more pleasant experience. The epsom salt, like in Sakura, is super relaxing, and the acrid green colour the water turns actually reinforces the feeling of freshness. I'd love for this to stay as a permanent staple like Big Blue, it's incredibly refreshing and decent value too


1 month ago


About 1 month ago

I ordered several bath bombs to try and they were delivered within 24 hours (wee nod to the excellent delivery). And I was really looking forward to this one especially, because of the lovely design. But I'm sorry to say this was the only bath bomb that got a firm NOPE as soon as I smelled it - I just could not bear to bathe in it. But I also couldn't bear to waste it completely so I filled the sink to see how it fizzed and smelled on development. It fizzed away in less than a minute and turned the water a clear grass green.

Read More
29 Reviews
Most Recent
  • Most Recent
  • Most Helpful
  • Top Rated
Related content (4)

Related content

4 items
Gone, not forgotten
madame president bath bomb
Bath Bomb
It gets our vote!
therapy massage bar
Massage Bar
Because everybody needs a little sometimes
Bath Bomb
Peony for your thoughts
Hand Cream
Relief for hard-worked hands