|Do you remember the Bubble Bath Bomb we made a few weeks ago? I loved that. I made my own batch at home and boy did I have a great time watching that go off in the bath tub. However, I wanted more bubbles than what I was getting. So… this week we are making a super bath bomb! I will also be adding some dry color to it so it will magically turn color when it hits the water! Come join me to make this super bath crystals!
Do you find bath bombs and bubbles as fun as I do? What fragrances would you use instead? Would you use color or skip it all together? What would you do?
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Weigh all of the dry ingredients into a mixing container. Add the Sahara Sandalwood Fragrance 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 crystals!
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My whole family loves bath bombs! Kids go for the fruity fragrances ~ they love Kalahari Melon, Juicy Grape, Mango Sorbet. I love Eucalyptus Spearmint or Lavender & Peppermint essential oils combo. I want to relax! I’d skip the colors for me, but I know my 10-year-old son would go for any colors (and if it could be really grody looking, all the better). I have to work with a mask with incorporating the sodium lauryl sulfonoacetate, even to just measure it out, so the bag idea is a good one. 🙂
This is awesome! My mom and I have been experimenting with these, and we were wondering- what is the max amount you should use for a bath?
We also have a bubble bath bomb fizzy that includes 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/4 cup citric acid, and we were wondering if we could double those to make it more fizzy.
Any help would be appreciated. 😀