Introduction: Stress Relief Bathbomb

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What You Need:

  • molds for bathbombs
  • Medium to large mixing bowl
  • two small bowls
  • spray bottle
  • spoon
  • spatula or spoon for whisking
  • measuring cups
  • measuring spoons

Ingredients:

  • 3 tbsp of epsom salt
  • 1/2 cup baking soda
  • 1/4 cup corn starch
  • 1/4 cup citric acid
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • witch hazel
  • liquid soap coloring
  • essential oils: stress away, lavender, peace and calming

makes around three medium sized bathbombs; change measurements as needed.

Step 1: Divinding Salts

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Divide epsom salt into small bowls for how ever many colors you plan to use (two colors, two bowls; three colors, three bowls).

Step 2: Add Your Coloring

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Add one or two drops of desired soap coloring into each bowl and stir with small spoon right away to spread color. Put the salts aside while they absorb the dyes.

Step 3: Step 2: Dry Ingredients

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Combine the baking soda, corn starch, and citric acid into the mixing bowl.

Step 4: Add Oils to Dry Mix

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Whisk the mix together with spoon or spatula and add essential oils while stirring (3-5 drops of each depending on strength of smell desired).

Step 5: Add Coconut Oil

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Add room temperature coconut oil to the dry mixture and evenly mix all the ingredients and work out any clumps that are formed.

Step 6: Witch Hazel

Pour witch hazel into small spray bottle.

Step 7: Forming the Ingredients

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Gather mix and squeeze in hands. While doing this spray a generous amount of witch hazel on mix until it clumps together. Mix between each spray. This may take a little while for desired structure and texture.

Step 8: Add Epsom Salt

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Add colored salts to the mixing bowl and stir together until evenly through out. Put some of the salts at the bottom of your mold for a more decorative look.

Step 9: Molds

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Press mixture firmly into mold making sure all space is filled. Let the bathbomb sit for a few hours so it can form together.

Step 10: Final Step!

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After a couple of hours have passed it is time to take the bathbombs out of their mold. Be very careful and gentle taking out the bathbombs, it can be easy to crumble if rushing or using too much force.

Step 11: Enjoy!

Fill your tub with warm water and drop the bomb in while the water is filling up. Enjoy your relaxing stress relief bathbomb!

Comments

bcihlar (author)2017-12-01

we had a problem with kids in our school missing the potty . idk how but janitor made little urinal pucks / Bobbers (we called them floaters) @ home so the boys would improve their aim,lol the boys were so proud when they hit micky and got a mystery color. after 1 kids parents didn't know what their kid was saying where he did good and had red pee at
school today we made sure no red dye was used ..lol

Bevpesano (author)2017-10-04

Love the Mickey themed Stress Away bathbombs! Great for kids young and old to help relax and de-stress from the day!

Swansong (author)2017-10-04

That Mickey mold is really cute!

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