“Frozen” Bath Bombs with color surprise

Hello Everyone!
Here is my updated formula for bath bombs.
This time I have taken inspiration… no wait, I am sure you just cannot guess where I took inspiration from for these bath bombs πŸ˜‰ it will stay a secret! ahah πŸ˜€
I know they look quite boring on the outside, but that’s because there is a surprise in the middle! Keep reading for formula and instructions πŸ˜‰

Frozen Bath Bombs DIY


Coconut Bath Fizzies

In summer I still like to take warm baths: they are still refreshing πŸ™‚
These bath melts contain coconut oil, which makes them melt at very low temperatures, so they can be enjoyed also in summer! Β Recipe follows:

Coconut Bath Melts:

300 grams bicarbonate of sodium

150 grams citric acid

150 grams corn starch (makes the water very soft and soothing)

60 grams coconut oil (melted)

2 ml Coconut cream fragrance oil

2 table spoons of coconut powder

It is a very easy process:

– mix very well bicarbonate and citric acid.

– add corn starch and mix very well again

– add the coconut fragrance oil

– add the melted coconut oil and mix very fast with your hands (coconut oil melts at very low temperatures so it won’t burn your skin at all)

– now you should have a mixture that looks kinda like a paste. Put it in moulds (they can be silicon trays or plastic moulds precisely created for shaping bath bombs. Here I made some mini bath fizzies cause they are my favorite)

– put the moulds in the freezer or fridge (in the freezer it took very short time) and pop out the Mini Bath Melts! πŸ™‚

– you can keep them in the fridge or in the freezer so to have them keep their shape until use! πŸ™‚ When you want to have bath, just pop a couple of them in the water and ENJOY πŸ™‚



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Mini Bath Bombs “Sex on the beach” ;)

Yesterday I created quite many Mini Bath Bombs.

What I like of the “Mini-version” is that you can use a few for the bath tub or one for soaking feet. They leave a silky feeling on the skin, perfect for dry summer feet as well! πŸ™‚

Here is what you have to do:

1) Mix very well (very very well! this is the only essential thing you have to do to make this work properly):
200 grams of bicarbonate of sodium
100 grams of citric acid
100 grams of corn starch

2) Add some powder pigment (I used the mineral colors I use for creating my soaps as well!)
*TIP* you could use old eyeshadows as well! Just make them into powder and add them to the mixture!

3) Add 2 ml of an essential oil or a fragrance oil of your choice (for this one I used a fragrance oil called “Sex on the beach” with notes of Vanilla and Cherry). Mix very well.

4) Spray some water gently and mix fast with your hands.
NOTE: water is exactly what makes this mixture react, therefore spray water little by little and mix fast so that the powders won’t react before they actually should.
While you mix, check the consistence of the mixture: if you feel that you can shape it a little bit (like moist sand) then it is time for next step:

5) put the Bath Bombs mixture into a mould! The mould should not be too soft or you won’t be able to press the Bath Bomb enough (the more you press, the better results you will get).
Let the Bath Bombs dry few hours (if you are impatient, like me, you can already try to use one immediately after you created it… it just won’t last very long :D)

6) ENJOYΒ πŸ˜€



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