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Christmas DIY: Bath Bombs

Tuesday, 01 December 2015

Christmas DIY: refreshing bath bombs

Christmas DIY: refreshing bath bombs

Christmas is coming and we’d like to share an amazing BATH BOMB DIY recipe with you! Make your Xmas gifts with love, let ‘em be handmade!

You’ll need:

_6 tablespoons baking soda
2 tablespoons citric acid
1 tablespoon sea salt
1,5 tablespoon olive oil
3 drops of your favourite essential oil
Dried flowers, seasoning, etc
molds/any shape carton forms, empty packaging of cosmetics, etc_

1. Combine dry ingredients. Dump all of your dry ingredients (citric acid, salt and baking soda) into a big bowl and stir together with your whisk.
2. Combine wet ingredients. Place all of your wet ingredients (water, essential oil, olive oil) into a cup and stir until well mixed.
3. Mix together. Pour the wet ingredients into the bowl with the dry ingredients and stir them. (The mixture should begin to clump together; if not – spray few drops of water.)
4. Pack mixture into molds. Grab your plastic/carton mold, add some dried flowers or seasoning and the put the bubble mixture on top. Pack it as tightly as you can!
5. Let dry. Wait a few minutes, and then carefully remove the bath bomb from the mold/forms. Let the bath bombs dry for at least one day before you use them! If your bath bombs are a gift, wrap them in cellophane or tissue paper. To store them, keep them in a plastic, airtight container.