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Time:0h20
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Nice 'n' Simple
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Beauty Product Making

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Edinburgh, Scotland, gb
2007
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Fizz up your bath with a bath bomb explosion.

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Instructions

  1. How to make a bath bomb. Bath Bombs - Step 1 1

    You will need rubber moulds for this project, ice cube ones work well.

  2. How to make a bath bomb. Bath Bombs - Step 2 2

    Crush down the baking soda with a mortar and pestle and then place it in a separate bowl.

  3. How to make a bath bomb. Bath Bombs - Step 3 3

    Pour the witch hazel, lemon juice, food colouring and aromatherapy oils in to a spray bottle.

  4. How to make a bath bomb. Bath Bombs - Step 4 4

    Spray the soda until the mixture starts to stick together.




  5. How to make a bath bomb. Bath Bombs - Step 5 5

    Compact in to the moulds.

  6. How to make a bath bomb. Bath Bombs - Step 6 6

    Press the bombs out on to a plate and leave to dry for a few hours.

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bovdwal
bovdwal

what can i use instead of witch hazel or can someone explain me how 'witch hazel' is called in dutch?

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Danniee M.
Danniee M. · 2 projects

can you use bergot oil?

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Louise Quatorze
Louise Quatorze · Vlaardingen, Zuid-Holland, nl · 22 projects

Wow what a great project!!!

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Sandy P.
Sandy P.

I read one of the other blogs on this site on how to make bath bombs and now I’ve found this which is perfect for me. I love the hearts and I’m sure to create some for my friends.

<a href="http://bath.able-plumbing.co.uk">Bath Plumbers</a>

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Elizabeth R.
Elizabeth R. · Brisbane, Queensland, au · 3 projects

Woohoo! I made these but I don't think I evenly mixed everything, which was COOL, actually... because I used blue dye and it looked like clouds! :)

Didn't have witch hazel so I used tea tree oil... no idea why I did that, but it worked well enough.

Also dried it using my cooling down oven before I popped them out of the moulds.

Can't wait to test!

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Sara A.
Sara A. · 1 project

ooh yay :] I've been looking for a bath bombs tut!! and it's a great one! but where can I purchase witch hazel?

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Happy-Go-Lucky
Happy-Go-Lucky · Nawur, Bamiyan, af · 8 projects

whats distilled??

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Happy-Go-Lucky
Happy-Go-Lucky · Nawur, Bamiyan, af · 8 projects

can you use citric acid instead of lemon juice and how many does this recipe make???

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Gary L.
Gary L. · Dublin, Dublin, ie · 1 project

hmmm more bath bombs!!! Man so many christnas and bithday ideas!!!

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Jennyfacé
Jennyfacé · Wheaton, Illinois, us · 8 projects

I have that mold :]
I think I'll be making these for Mothers day.

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