These DIY Bath Bomb Recipes help you customize your scents and colors and give you a relaxing spa experience.
Do you love the luxury of a giant, fizzing, scented bath bomb? I know I do when I finally have a chance to get that warm bath in.
Granted, I have to schedule it in because when you get busy with working from home, homeschooling, cooking dinner, or whatever else is on your to-do list? That's when you forget to treat yourself to those luxuries!
Don't waste big bucks at the beauty counter. You should have most of the ingredients on hand in your kitchen to make DIY bath bombs.
You might need to buy a mold, but you can also use any shapes you want, or if your mixture is wet enough you can free-form them.
Many of these include food coloring, but that's of course a completely optional ingredient.
I just made these and can't wait to use them! She includes great tips for molding them as well. Perfect for holiday gifts. I also liked that she weighed her ingredients so there's no need to dirty measuring cups.
I think these are a great idea for your Thanksgiving hostess – showing your appreciation and helping them unwind after a busy day. They also include cinnamon which is great for germ-busting.
How pretty are these with rose petals? I love the look of them, so soft and feminine. This one also includes milk powder to moisturize your skin.
DIY Bath Bombs Without Citric Acid
Some people find citric acid, a typical ingredient in bath bombs, to irritate their skin. If that's the case for you, then give these recipes a try!
You also might find citric acid tricky to buy as well, so you won't have to search it out if you like the looks of these.