Saturday, 15 November 2014

DIY Bath Bombs

Hello :) This post will be on how to make your on bath bombs. I just made these yesterday, and I tried them out today, and let me tell you, they are amazing! You can customize them yourself as you can choose the colour and scent! These are just as good as the shop bought ones, yet they are so simple and affordable, yet so effective.



YOU WILL NEED:

3/4 of a cup of citric acid   
1 1/2 cups of baking soda  
 1 3/4 cups of corn starch
Water  
Essential oil of your choice
Food colouring (For colour, optional)



HOW TO MAKE:  

(1) Pour all of the dry ingredients into a mixing bowl.

(2) Mix them all together.   

(3) Slowly, pour in the water. There is no correct amount, put do not put in too much, as it will take the fizz out of them, which we want for the baths. It will feel like bread crumbs or damp sand when the water is in.


(4) Add in 6 drops of an essential oil of your choice, and 2 or 3 drops of colouring of your choice.

(5) Mix well. 

(6) Pack into the molds you want to use, and let them set for 1 or 2 hours.


(7) When their set, tip the molds over, and they should come straight out.


THAT'S IT!

You have your very own bath bombs. These would be a lovely gift for Christmas your your family or your friends. I hope you liked this post. See you in my next post!:)♥


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