Today is a fun, DIY post about bath-bombs! I recently purchased a kit and decided to make one of my own. I love taking baths, so I thought I should learn the creation process. They are surprisingly simple to put together, but to be honest, I did pick the easiest one from the booklet. Without further ado, this is how I went!
LEMON GROVE BATH BOMB
First things first, you can find the box I purchased here. In the kit, you receive bottles of sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, potassium chloride, yellow dye, lemon fragrance oil, eucalyptus oil and a spherical mould. You have to supply the rest of the ingredients, depending on which bath-bomb you choose to make. I didn’t have any lemon zest handy, but I did use olive oil, a spray bottle filled with water and some salt.
In a bowl, you need to combine the ingredients and pack them into the mould. It then needs to set for 24 hours at room temperature.
In the morning, I took it out of its casing. It was a bit crumbly but for the most part, it had retained its circular shape. I put it in Abigail’s bath that evening and it dissolved perfectly, turning the water a lemon-scented yellow. She loved splashing around in it.
I would definitely make more bath-bombs in the future. They are super fun and versatile. You can form them into different shapes, scents and colours. Let me know any bath-bomb making tips and if you’ve tried one of these kits before.
Thanks for reading! Peace & Love xoxo