31 Best DIY Bath Bombs For Spa Day at Home
One of my new year resolutions is to take more relaxing baths, partly because one of the gift ideas for this past Christmas was bath bombs. So I found a lot of the best DIY bath bombs for spa day at home recipe so we don’t have to spend a lot of money at Lush anymore, and it’s one of the best beauty products to make at home according to this article. The ones I found are really cool and can be made with just want you have at home or want to get for these easy, natural projects for young living. There’s a moisturizing bath bomb recipe like how body scrubs work, and aromatherapy bath bombs so your and mind can be at ease.
The how to make aromatherapy bath bombs videos usually include epsom salt so you know that it’s meant for a simple muscle relaxing session. There is also a video where the molds are without epsom salt, because some people don’t usually have it at their house if they’re not active. I have some for without citric acid as well since that can be harder to get compared to other ways to get scent ideas like organic lemon juice or lavender peppermint essential oils. You can also do without cornstarch, but if you have it around like coconut oil (for more things to do with your coconut oil go here), glitter, baking soda, cream of tartar you can have all the ingredients to sell bath bombs.
1. Cupcake DIY Bath Bombs
Colorful bath bombs are just pleasing to look at at. I love it when the mold is perfect and it smells like a cupcake. This recipe is just that simple and actually changes the color of your water with the right products unlike a bath fizzy.
2. How to Make Your Own Bath Bombs Video like Lush
Here’s a picture of lush and their bathbombs because you can DIY the same thing at home for a lot cheaper. You can put just as much glitter, if not more and even make the galaxy one for kids for yourself if you watch this how to video. You’ll just need some stuff plus baking soda for the relaxing fizz.
3. Things to Put in Your Bath Bombs
If you need ideas on things to put in you bath bombs, flowers, like lavender, add to your bath once they float up. It’s common to see glitter, but you could also add little Christmas trinkets that can get wet like bells for a surprise.
4. Scent Ideas
Here’s one of the best bath bomb recipe. You get the mold and shape just right so it doesn’t look tacky and like you actually bought it at Lush. For bath bomb scent ideas, you can use real lemon juice for a citric acid smell or even just crushed mints for peppermint.
5. Colorful Skin Care
A galaxy coconut oil bath bomb would not be colorful without all its color and skin care benefits! Learn how to make the colors separate in the mold with this recipe and how it becomes a moisturizing bath bomb.
6. Simple Tutorial for Kids
If you’re a starter or beginner in the DIY beauty or bath bomb world, you may want to start with this simple tutorial for kids. It’ll be one color but easy to make it scented and your own. You’ll be able to personalize it with your own ingredients like epsom salt or scent like cupcake!
7. Recipe with Epsom Salt
Aromatherapy bath bombs are great at relaxing because they not only let your mind relax, but they actually have the epsom salt that relaxes tense muscles. Athletes bathe in it after a tough workout for it’s natural health benefits. This is the ultimate bath bomb recipe for gift ideas to your athlete.
8. Without Corn Starch : Baking Soda
If you don’t have corn starch at home, it is okay! Your bath bomb can still be fizzy with something like baking soda instead. There’s many products at a drugstore that can help you get the best bath bomb without the ingredients not worth purchasing. But don’t forget the glitter or the scent idea you’ve been wanting.
9. Oatmeal Bath Bomb Recipe
I like this oatmeal bath bomb recipe because it looks like there are sprinkles in it. This will make you feel like you’re young living just by looking in the mold. Since the products are really organic and natural, this one is for sensitive skin but I wouldn’t advise to sell it since it wasn’t your idea.
10. Young Living Molds
You don’t have to use a round, sphere molds to have a bath bomb. Get creative and find a shape that would be relaxing on your mind then trying to find the perfect mold all over the internet when it would have been easy to use the products you already have at home.
11. Green Tea and Lemon Juice – Natural Skin Care Products
Green tea is really good on your skin so bathing in it will only help your skin. This isn’t without citric acid, but it is much easier to get this one since you just need lemon juice. You will smell very organic but can add other scent ideas too.
12. Lavender Bath Bombs – Cool Molds
13. How to Make Aromatherapy Bath Bombs
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20. DIY Peppermint Bath Fizzy
21. Glitter Trick and Tips to Sell
It’s a cute idea to cluster the glitter at the bottom of the molds rather than mix it in the recipe. It has the same effect once it’s all fizzy but to sell or have it as one of your gift ideas, appearance is important. Also, have the smell be amazing and strong like lavender or peppermint to bring people in.
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