Renee’s Easter Egg Bath Bombs! 1

Yes, I know Easter has already passed, but  I get a lot of inspiration from holidays and I found out that I am not the only one! I love learning what our customers are doing and love sharing that with our readers. Come see what one of our customers made for Easter! I will now turn the spotlight over to Renee, but before I do, if you want to share what you are making, email me! I would love to feature you. Now let’s join Renee in her test kitchen to make some Easter egg bath bombs!

Easter is here!! Stuck trying to figure out what to use to fill in the blank spots in your baskets? Look no further! This tutorial will satisfy everyone! (It’s also a great way to get a chocolate “fix” without having to worry about calories!)


Needed Items:

Baking Soda
Citric Acid
Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate
Hot Cocoa Mix or Cocoa Powder
Sweet Almond Oil
Mokalata Fragrance Oil
Spray Bottle with Witch Hazel or Water
Mixing Bowl
Plastic Easter Eggs (the kind that split lengthwise, if possible. I only use the “tops” that don’t have the lip on them.
If you use the pieces that fit together, you’ll end up with a “mushroom” affect. So use the pieces without a lip, so
that when you press them together, the edges will meet)
Old Egg Carton

 Note: If you want to make another scent, just omit the hot chocolate powder and use any of The Sage’s water soluble colorants. These are Lemon Yellow, Grape, Purple Raspberry and Ocean Blue.

Needed Items:

1 c. Baking Soda
½ c. Citric Acid
¼ c. Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate
¼ c. Hot Cocoa Mix or Cocoa Powder
1 tbsp. Sweet Almond Oil
2 mL Mokalata Fragrance Oil

Measure out all of the dry ingredients. Stir well, making sure there are no clumps. Add the Sweet Almond Oil and Mokalata Fragrance Oil. Mix well. Spritz with a few sprays of Witch Hazel until the mixture holds its shape when squeezed. Then pack some of the mixture into each side of your plastic Easter Egg. Be sure to sprinkle some loose mixture in between the halves. Press firmly together and knock off any mixture that squeezes out. Gently squeeze and wiggle one half off. I like to let it sit in the bottom half, while I make one more. Then gently wiggle the other half off, and use your finger to smooth out the line between the halves. I like to set my bath bombs in an old egg carton while they dry. Once they are dry, package them up and slip them into a basket! Happy Easter!!!!!

Renee's Easter Basket

Collect Needed Items

Measuring Dry Ingredients

Mixing Dry Ingredients

Adding Sweet Almond Oil

Adding Mokalata Fragrance Oil

Mixing Well

Clumping after squirting with Witch Hazel

Packing Egg

Brushing Off Excess

Removing One Side

Both Sides Removed

Eggs in old egg carton

Comparing White Egg to Brown Egg

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About Taylor

I'm a twenty something happy, animal loving, curious experimenter. I love reaching back into history and trying old recipes for cosmetics or foods. I'm constantly asking "Why?" My curiosity has me trying new things. I love taking walks with my dog as well as staying at home to cuddle with the dog and my cats. Some of my favorite scents include Hinoki Wood, Rose Garden, Jasmine and Gladiator.

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One thought on “Renee’s Easter Egg Bath Bombs!

  • Sonya Mounts

    Super clever idea! I’ve never tried a bath fizzy (don’t have a tub to try it in!). Thanks so much for sharing, Renee!

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