Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs

These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.

After a long day, the last thing you need is a struggle to get the kids in the bath.   Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are sure to make even the most cranky and tired, excited to jump in the water.  These Bath Bombs are easy to make and you may already have some of these ingredients in your home.

Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are not just for the kids.  Moms, I’m talking to you!  Take a bath, you deserve it.  Soak in soothing lavender smells and enrich your skin while enjoying a hot relaxing bath.

Here is what you’ll need to make your Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs:

These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.Ingredients list:

1/2 Cup Baking Soda
1/4 Cup Epson Salt
1/4 Cup Citric Acid
1/4 Cup Corn Starch
3 tsp Castor Oil
1 tbsp Lavender Essential Oil
1 tbsp water
Few Drops of Soap Coloring or Food Coloring

How To Make Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs:

  1. Add and stir all dry ingredients together using a whisk.  Then set aside.These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.
  2. In another bowl, add all wet ingredients and stir to combine.These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.
  3. Add the wet ingredients Slowly and in small amounts to the dry ingredients.  Because pouring it all in at once, will result in the Citric Acid and Baking Soda to fizz.These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.
  4. When mixed completely, it will begin to look like fresh snow.These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.
  5. Grab the mold, add and overflow the finished mixture to each side of the ball.  Close till you hear it click.These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.
  6. Drying overnight is recommended however, if you’d like to use them right away, put your bath bombs in the refrigerator for 30 minutes-1 hour.
  7. When dry, gently tap the sides of the mold to release and open.
  8. Finally, drop the bath bomb into water and watch it bubble and fizz.  Enjoy!

These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.Need a gift idea?  Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs make the perfect gifts.  Birthday, Easter, Baby Shower or Christmas.  The possibilities are endless.

Customize with holiday or favorite colors.  You can even add fun hidden toys or surprises inside the Bath Bomb to fit the occasion.These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.

Summer is almost over and School will be starting soon.  These would make perfect back to school teacher gifts.
Click Here, to see more back to school ideas.

These Soothing Homemade Bath Bombs are quick, inexpensive and sure to make bath time fun and relaxing.

9 Comments

  • Jaime

    These are so pretty and really would make the perfect gift! I would love to do this in a few different scents and gift them. (I also love the idea of leaving them in the mold, and decorating that.)

  • Marcie W.

    I love the thought of making my own bath bombs since it would allow me to control the quality of the ingredients, as well as the scents. With the holidays rapidly approaching, these would be a fabulous gift idea or stocking stuffer.

  • Emil

    I absolutely love bath bombs! I like that you can control the chemicals you choose to put into them as well so that if you want to go completely chemical free, you can.

  • Brandy

    These are the most adorable homemade bath bombs ever! I have yet to try to make bath bombs, but I know my teen daughter has some ideas and wants to make them soon. I will have to try this DIY way to make them!

  • Neely Moldovan

    Oh goodness I love me a good bath bomb. How great is this because they are so expensive and these seem so great and less toxic too!

  • Crystal

    My girls love bath bombs, but they’re expensive! These will certainly be a fun activity to make, but a lovely thing to enjoy.

Leave a Comment