As winter slowly approaches, there’s no better way to unwind and pamper yourself than with a luxurious, fragrant bubble bath. Bath bombs, however, are often overpriced and filled with harsh chemicals and artificial fragrances. So, why not make them yourself for a holistic and spa-like experience at home? Trust me, even people with no particular DIY skills can do it. The ingredients are affordable, accessible, and clean. And most importantly — you can tailor the bath bombs to your own taste completely!
Lavender Dream Bath Bomb
Are you a lavender lover who loves taking baths right before bedtime? Then this homemade bath bomb is perfect for you! Combine baking soda, citric acid, Epsom salt, and cornstarch in a bowl. Of course, add a few drops of lavender essential oil into the mix. Don’t forget to also add a carrier oil, such coconut oil and water into the mixture until it reaches a moldable consistency. Press the mixture into a bath bomb mold and allow it to dry. Ideally, you would leave it for at least a couple of hours, if not even overnight. Once the bath bomb is completely dry, you’re free to fill up your bathtub and enjoy the soothing sensation of lavender as the bath bomb dissolves. Ahh, can’t get much more relaxing than that, right?
Rose Petal Sensation Bath Bomb
Immerse yourself in a luxurious rose petal sensation bath bomb that indulges your senses. Mix baking soda, vinegar, and Epsom salt in a bowl, infusing the blend with a touch of rose essential oil for a romantic and luxurious aroma. Gradually add rosehip seed oil and rose water to the mixture, forming a luxurious and divinely smelling mixture. Then, press it into a bath bomb mold and let it dry for several hours. Embrace the romantic and luxurious formulation of these rose bath bombs as they dissolve, releasing a delicate, floral fragrance that envelops you in a luxurious experience. If you’re feeling a little crafty, you can also add rose petals into the mix to make it a feast for the eyes as well.
Eucalyptus Oasis Bath Bomb
Are you someone who enjoys refreshing and uplifting scents? Then we have just what you are looking for! Combine baking soda, apple cider vinegar, Epsom salt, and cornstarch in a bowl, infusing the mixture with a few drops of eucalyptus essential oil for a revitalizing and clearing aroma. Incorporate almond oil and water into the blend, ensuring that it achieves a moldable consistency. Press the mixture into a bath bomb mold of your choice, and of course — let it dry completely. After a couple of hours, your eucalyptus bath bomb will be ready. Once you dissolve it, the scent will awaken your senses and transports you to a rejuvenating oasis, even amidst the frosty embrace of winter.
Vanilla Bliss Bath Bomb
Are you a vanilla lover? Let’s be real, sometimes nothing smells just as comforting as good old plain vanilla. So if you want to make a vanilla bath bomb, simply mix baking soda, citric acid, Epsom salt, and cornstarch in a bowl, infusing the blend with a touch of vanilla essential oil for a sweet and comforting aroma. Gently add coconut oil and water to the mixture, ensuring that it forms a moldable texture. Press the blend into a bath bomb mold and allow it to dry for several hours. If you’re feeling extra creative, you can also decorate it with flower petals, tiny glitter particles, or other botanical extracts.
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