DIY | Perfect Bath Bomb Recipe

These bath bombs are super luxurious and make bath time more fun for mom and kids alike!! Don’t forget to subscribe for new vids every M-W-F
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Baking Soda 1/2 cup
Citric Acid 1/4 cup
*you can purchase at most speciality food or ethnic grocery stores or online

Cornstarch 1/4 cup
Epsom Salt (or sea salt) 1/4 cup
Castor Oil (or any vegetable oil) 3 tsp
Essential Oil 1 tsp
Soap or Food Coloring
Water 1 tbs (this amount can vary slightly depending on the humidity level where you live)

Soap Molds (you can find at any craft store)

Plastic Ornament Mold (I bought at Joanne’s Fabric individually for $2, you can also buy online)

Plastic Easter Egg

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Written by madmin


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  1. This has got to be one of the best DIY videos I have ever seen. Simple to understand and great results presented in a fun and friendly way. Thank you!!! We now carry bath bombs in our product line with your help!

  2. Ofc I really want to make these because my friends birthday is in 14 days I wanna put soemthing in a bath Bomb but we only have 3 or the ingredients and my parents won’t get the stuff we don’t have

  3. Me and my bff are trying to make bath bombs. We have all the ingredients but whenever we open the bath bomb after it’s been in the fridge it holds together for about five seconds and then crumbles. Any pointers?

  4. This is so dumb and you are to you go so fast I can’t even hear all the ingredients and I didn’t just like how do you tell me too and it just does just burns my skin and it turns into powder and it won’t even go into its the proper mode worse DIY ever brook so dumb unsubscribed

  5. Made these tonight with 2 kinds of bath bombs– citrus and rose. I put one in the fridge for 30 minutes and it did get hard! Not completely, but I will wait a day or 2 and check again. Also– because it has been raining all day and we had a Tornado warning, the humidity is most likely to blame, but I was not able to use a full tablespoon of water. I could only use 1 tsp, actually. I tried ed it with a full tablespoon, but the mixture kept expanding and popping the molds open. So how humid your work area is plays a big part in how much water you can/can't use. Otherwise, awesome recipe!

  6. Pro tip: if you struggle adding water without it activating simply do the dry ingredients with color and scent (opptional) and make an easy bath bomb powder. (Add a tablespoon of the mixture to a bath of water and watch the magic happen!)

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