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Making your own bath bombs

A bath bomb is a concentrated form of bath bubbles composed of special salts, oils, fragrances and colours. A bath bombs are often cast in round ball form as a structure immersed in water. A bath bomb also provides a pleasant fragrance. Bath bombs have become a hugely popular self-care product. It can turn a dull bath into a luxurious experience.

Benefits of a bath bombs:

  • Hydrates the skin
    A bath bombs not only boost your mood, but also hydrate your skin. They make the skin soft, healthy and smooth.
  • Improve sleep
    The natural ingredient in bath bombs relaxes body and mind. It provides relaxing and restful sleep. It helps release tension in the body.
  • Detox skin
    A bath can help you detoxify the skin. If you add a bath bombs to your bath it enriches your bath experience, cleanses your body and gets rid of unpleasant odours. It has healing properties, cleansing, detoxifying and restoring the skin. It also acts as a general cleansing product for the hair, like any other soap, shampoo or shower gel.
  • Gentle atmosphere
    The amazing fragrance of your bath will improve your mood. It refreshes you and takes away all tension and worries. The scent of bath bombs have aroma therapy benefits, it refreshes tired skin and a sleepy mind.

Ingredient of DIY bath bombs

Here is a list of ingredients used to make DIY bath bombs at home:

  • 100g baking soda.
  • 50g citric acid.
  • 25g corn flour.
  • 25g Epsom salt (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons of oil – such as sunflower, coconut or olive oil.
  • ¼ teaspoon of essential oil, such as orange, lavender or chamomile.
  • a few drops of liquid dye or mica.
  • orange peel, lavender or rose petals, for decorating (optional)
  • ½ tablespoon Polysorbate 80 – this ensures that the dye does not stick to the bath

Bath bombs recipe

  • In a bowl, mix your dry bath bombs ingredients (epsom salts, baking soda, cornmeal and citric acid).
  • In a bowl, combine the carrier oil, essential oil or perfume, polysorbate 80 (optional).
  • Pour the oil into your dry bath salts mixture and combine well.
  • After mixing oil, bath salts will become slightly moist. And let the mixture dry for 10 minutes.
  • To colour your bath salts, add a drop of colouring liquid and mix well. The dye may fizz, so mix it quickly. Always add just 1-2 drops and check whether the colour is right or not. Add more drops if needed to get the desired result.
  • Pour the bath salts into the mould to get the desired shape of bath bombs.
  • Way to use bath bombs
  • Take a bath bombs and dissolve it in a bath full of water. It will smooth your skin, relieve stress and calm your nerves. It will also help you sleep better.

Tips for storing bath bombs

Always store a bath bombs in an airtight container to prevent moisture from getting into them. Moisture from the air can cause the salt to fizz or clump.
Always store in a dry place.
Try to keep your bath bombs out of direct sunlight.