Bubble Bath Bomb

I love bubbles. On more than one occasion I can be found blowing bubbles outside or even inside. My favorites are the touchable bubbles. You know, the ones you can stack and catch. Yep, I am a HUGE fan of bubbles. Not a bad thing when you are in the soap making industry. ;-) Andee is not a fan when I blow the touchable bubbles so that they shower her desk. What can I say? It is cute! Come join me in the kitchen for some bubble fun!

 

Ingredients
Baking Soda
Citric Acid
Cornstarch
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
Lavender Essential Oil
Equipment
Bowl
Scale
Spoon
Pipette
Containers for packaging

Recipe:

Recipe in Ounces
12 oz Baking Soda
6 oz Citric Acid
2 oz Cornstarch
.6 oz Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
20 drops Lavender Essential Oil
Recipe in Grams
340 g Baking Soda
170 g Citric Acid
56 g Cornstarch
17 g Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
20 drops Lavender Essential Oil
Recipe in Percentages
58% Baking Soda
29% Citric Acid
10% Cornstarch
3% Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
Q.S. Lavender Essential Oil

Weigh all of the dry ingredients into a mixing container. Add the Lavender Essential Oil. Mix together well. If you are having trouble with it becoming airborne, you can mix it in a bag. This reduces the airborne factor while allowing you to see when it is entirely mixed. Once you have the bubble bath bomb mixed, you can spoon into jars, small bags or even bath salt tubes. At this point you can use, sell or give away. Enjoy your bubble bath bomb!

Taylor

 

Finished Bubble Bath Bomb
Weighing Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate in beaker
All of the dry ingredients in beaker

Adding Lavender Essential Oil
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