Bath Bomb Recipes
3 recipes for an amazing bath!

Bath bomb recipes are a must-have for those who love bathing in a tub, because they help make you feel refreshed, revitalized, and give a soft glow to skin, with natural ingredients - awesome for you or to give as gifts to family or friends.

3 Bath Bomb Recipes

Lavender Bath Bomb 

1 cup baking soda

½ cup cornstarch

¼ cup Epsom salt

½ cup citric acid

¼ cup coconut oil

1 drop purple food coloring

1 tsp water

15 drops lavender essential oil

Silicone bath bomb mold

 

How to make:

1.     Combine baking soda, citric acid, corn starch, and Epsom salt in a bowl and whisk.

2.     Melt coconut oil by placing in a double boiler.

3.     Add lavender essential oil and food coloring.

4.     Add the oil mixture to the dry mixture and mix together with your hands.

5.     Add just a few drops of water or spray a tiny bit of water to help the mixture hold together.

6.     Press the mixture into the molds.

7.     Let dry for 5 -6 hours or so before removing from molds.

 

Lemon Bath Bomb 

1 cup baking soda

½ cup cornstarch

¼ cup Epsom salt

½ cup citric acid

¼ cup coconut oil

1 drop yellow food coloring

1 tsp lemon zest

1/2 tsp fresh lemon juice

10 drops lemon essential oil

Silicone bath bomb mold

 

How to make:

1.     Combine baking soda, citric acid, corn starch, and Epsom salt in a bowl and whisk.

2.     Melt coconut oil by placing in a double boiler. Let cool..

3.     Add lemon juice, lemon essential oil, zest and food coloring.

4.     Add the oil mixture to the dry mixture and mix together with your hands.

5.     Add just a few drops of water or spray a tiny bit of water to help the mixture hold together.

6.     Press the mixture into the molds.

7.     Let dry for 5-6 hours or so before removing from molds.

 

Rose Bath Bombs

1 cup baking soda

1⁄2 cup citric acid powder

2 teaspoons sweet almond oil

20 drops rose essential oil

1 drop food coloring (red is best, with red or pink dried roses)

1/2 tsp. dried, finely chopped rose buds

Bath bomb mold

Combine baking soda and citric acid and whisk together. Add almond oil, drop of food coloring, dried rose buds and essential oil. Use spray water to aid in shaping into molds, if needed. Let dry for 5-6 hours before removing from molds.

Read more about the advantages of making your own skin care products at NaturalSkincare.com.

Using homemade bath bomb recipes ensures your baths do not contain added chemicals or preservatives that are not good for the skin or body, and allows you to soak up the true goodness that bathing with natural ingredients can provide.

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