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DIY Bath Bombs

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DIY Bath Bombs

Maria Provenzano's homemade bath bombs are fun and easy to make! You can add options like dried flowers, essential oils, and colors to really customize them!
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DIY Bath Bombs

Maria Provenzano

 

Materials:

1 cup baking soda

1/2 cup citric acid

3/4 cup cornstarch

1/2 cup Epsom salt

1/4 cup melted coconut oil

15-20 drops essential oils

Water

Spray bottle

Bath bomb molds

 

Directions:

1. Mix all the dry ingredients together in a medium-size bowl. 

2. Stir until well combined.

3. Add in the coconut oil, essential oils. Mix together until well combined.

4. With a spray bottle, spray the mixture with water until the ingredients hold together when squeezed in your hands.  Only do one spray at a time, so it doesn’t get too wet.

5. Make sure the molds are very clean.

6. Press the mixture into both sides of the bath bomb molds and then put the two halves together. Wipe the excess mixture off the sides and set it aside.

7. Allow the molds to sit for a few hours or until completely dry and then pop out of the molds.

8. If the bath bomb molds will not release, greasing them with coconut oil before packing them can help.

 

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K S Kathleen Szabo

Love that by making them ourselves we know exactly what is in them and that we can customize the scents. Thanks Maria!

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E H Emily Hutchinson

Thanks for sharing Maria, how fun!!!!

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A S Anna Sanclement

These look awesome and easy to make! Will have to give it a try for sure, my 2 young girls love bath bombs, so this should be a hit. Thanks for the video :)

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M K Meli Kronberger

Thanks Maria!!

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L J Lynne Jester

Excited to try to make homemade bath bombs and soap. I have wanted to try it, looks pretty easy.

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