DIY Easter Egg Bath Bombs

 

DIY Easter Egg Bath Bomb

diy easter egg bath bombs

Easter is just around the corner! Every holiday is a new opportunity to make some really fun and unique skincare products.

Today, we are making some DIY easter egg bath bombs – they’re super easy, too. Bath bombs have ingredients that exfoliate, moisturize, and soothe skin.

That is of course, if you use all natural ingredients with wonderful skincare properties! Epsom salts, baking soda, and citric acid exfoliate and draw out toxins, while almond oil and lavender soothe and moisturize.

Are you ready for an awesome DIY recipe? Here it is!

What you need:

How to make it:

Mix all dry ingredients very well, and next mix in your almond oil. Fully incorporate the almond oil before moving on. Then, add in the essential oil and incorporate fully.

Add in your food coloring, but make sure you mix very quickly. It does cause a slight fizzing reaction, so this is why it needs to be done fairly fast.

The consistency should now be that of wet sand, but not over-saturated. You should be able to use your hands to push it together and have it stick.

 

Over-fill two sides of a plastic Easter egg, and then press together firmly. Excess will come out of the sides, so simply push that away.

Very gently twist off the Easter egg halves and lay the bath bomb on a towel. If it crumbles, add another tablespoon of oil to your mixture and incorporate, then try again.

Once you have your Easter egg bath bombs ready, let them dry on a towel or paper towel for a couple of days.

Voila! You now have some awesome DIY Easter Egg Bath Bombs to use whenever you’d like. Store them in a cool, dry place before use.

 

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