Anyone with tweens can probably relate to the bath bomb craze that is currently in full swing. If you’re not already on board, bath bombs are hard-packed mixtures of dry ingredients which effervesce (fizz and bubble!) when wet. They’re an extra special treat for bath time.
We’re most definitely fans at our house but, just like with anything, bath bombs can either be full of artificial fragrances and other unwanted ingredients or be au naturale.
So, this holiday season, we set out to make our very own Homemade Lush Bath Bombs. And that’s because we thought they’d be a super fun DIY gift for friends and grandmas, and (the best part) – we’d know exactly what is in them!
Just because we don’t want artificial fragrances (or colors) in our bath bombs doesn’t mean we don’t want any fun scents at all! So, we were excited to use some of the holiday essential oils from one of our favorite all-natural companies, Plant Therapy for this project. Candy Cane bath bombs? Yes, please!
Essential oils have been around for centuries and are concentrated, volatile, aromatic liquids obtained from the fruits, seeds, flowers, bark, stems, roots, leaves or other parts of plants. Plant Therapy offers only 100% pure essential oils and is one of the few companies who offer USDA Certified Organic options. All of their oils go through multiple rounds of testing and are always free from additives, adulterants, and dilutions to uphold the highest quality.
While you can certainly find many essential oil options out there, know that they are not all made the same, and finding a quality product is essential. This is why we always choose Plant Therapy!
As a bonus, new customers can take 10% off of their first order with code 100DAYS10. A great reason to try Plant Therapy!
And right now for the holiday season, Plant Therapy is having their Holiday Cheer Daily Deals! You can save up to 30% on all of their great products, perfect for making your homemade bath bombs. Make sure to check them out daily here from now until December 21st, 2020.
Supplies Needed for Homemade Bath Bombs:
- Baking soda
- Citric acid
- Epsom salt
- Coconut oil
- Essential oils (optional, but recommended)
- Large mixing bowl
- Small mixing bowl (or glass measuring cup with a spout)
- Measuring cups/spoons
- Bath bomb molds (or muffin tin)
- If gifting: Plastic molds you can give away or plastic used for shrink wrapping
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