Abby’s Homemade Bath Bomb Recipe

Abbys Homemade Bath Bomb Recipe

Do you love homemade bath products?

Well, I have a really cool Homemade Bath Bomb recipe for you to try. This is my daughter’s recipe. She loves anything involving bath and beauty products. She was so excited to make these and share them with you. I really think she has a bright future in blogging! 

Abbys Homemade Bath Bomb Recipe

This homemade bath bomb is simple to make and you know exactly what is going into it which is so important when we are using products on our skin. There are no toxic chemicals or anything that can hurt sensitive skin in this recipe. It’s also very inexpensive to make, so you can make a batch of them and store them in an air tight container in a cool, dry place. Then they are ready to go when you need a lovely smelling, relaxing bath!

Here’s the recipe!

Abby's Homemade Bath Bomb Recipe
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup baking soda
  2. 1 tbs epsom salt or kosher salt
  3. 5-9 drops of lemon juice
  4. 5-10 drops food coloring
  5. 1 tbs water
Instructions
  1. Combine baking soda and salt
  2. Combine lemon juice, food coloring and water
  3. Add tiny portions of wet mixture to the dry mixture until it's all colored
  4. Let it dry completely (about an hour)
  5. Put into molds and shape it.
  6. Leave it out to dry for 5 hours or put it in the freezer
Notes
  1. We used eggs from Easter. You can also use mini muffin tins. They would be perfect too. Or even cookie cutters would be fun.
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If you like Abby’s Homemade Bath Bomb, you will love her Homemade Lip Gloss and Sugar Scrub For Your Hands. I told you, she is a beauty blogger in the making! Do you have any recipes for homemade bath or beauty products that you love? Please share them with us in the comments below!
 

 

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  1. Wow! I love this idea. I love anything to do with spa and bath. Not to mention, its homemade! Thanks for sharing.

  2. I would have never thought to use easter eggs to use as a mold. Thanks for the recipe & tip!

  3. I love bath bombs. I think it’s so cool to make your own, too! I bet these smell amazing.

  4. Angelic Sinova says:

    How awesome is this?! I love a good DIY project and I’ve been wanting to start using more bath bombs. I can’t wait to try this <3

  5. Love the color! I liked how it shaped like an Easter Egg too! Thanks for sharing your bath bomb recipe. 🙂

  6. Well, this came just in time for me. I am so going to write this down because I have a couple of grandchildren staying with me for 2 wks. and I have a park across the street for them, but what do I do on rainy days. I mean cartoons only last so long right? Woo Hoo This project will be great! Thanks for sharing.

  7. How fun are these homemade bath bombs! These look like wonderful gifts for any holiday – they’d fit well in a non-candy Easter basket, and with cookie cutters, you could easily make Christmas shapes! Thanks for the recipe!

  8. Thanks for sharing! Looks easy enough! I might have to make this as a surprise for my wife.

  9. I love this concept. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us.

  10. These look like so much fun! I usually get the bath bombs from LUSH to use but they can be expensive. I would love to make some homemade bath products – I like to know what goes into them. Will be giving this a try!

  11. How fun! It has been awhile since I have used bath bombs. I have never tried making one of my own, though. Thanks for the recipe!

  12. Great idea! I love making my own bath and beauty products. It is satisfying to know what is in it and very relaxing to use. I have been thinking of making bath bombs or fizzies.

  13. This is much safer since it uses natural ingredients. It also leaves a lot of room to creativity on how they mold this one.

  14. Rebecca Swenor says:

    These homemade bath bombs are totally amazing and can be fun to make. They would also make a great gift for people too. Thanks for sharing,

  15. This looks like an amazing bath bomb. I definitely want to try and make my own, it looks so fun. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  16. I never thought this can be homemade. I love this idea, I will definitely try it out. Thanks for sharing this recipes.

  17. Ron Leyba says:

    This is so cool! I will definitely try to make my own version . Thanks for the great share.

  18. Fi Ní Neachtáin says:

    Oh so cool, I’m always using bath bombs so a DIY one would be ideal. I made my own once in a Lush store and it was so much fun! 🙂

  19. I love this DIY bath bomb! Your daugther did a great job on these and I am like her I love bath and beauty products!

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