Everyone loves bath bombs. These delightful, succulent, sweet-scented balls will explode the moment they touch the water. The colourful sizzle is a favourite when you want to have your very private moment.
DIY bath bombs are getting more popular; you can purchase the ingredients on the store and create your scent, colour, and shape.
Coconut Oil-Based Bath Bomb
This one right here is super easy to make, and it contains every ingredient you need to keep the skin hydrated and moisturised. the coconut oil DIY bath bomb. Mix bath bomb mould, baking soda, Epsom salt, coconut oil, almond oil, your favourite essential oil, and vegetable-based food colouring. Stir well and freeze for 30 minutes.
Pink Printable Bath Bomb for Your Valentine
he good thing about making your bath bomb is you can decorate the scent and colour with anything you like. For a perfect gift for your valentine, I recommend making a printable bath bomb using the cherry kernel and a combination of red and yellow to create beautiful peachy frizzles.
Luxurious Pearl Bath Bombs
This gleaming DIY lush bath bomb is my favourite with iridescent ombre colour. The multicoloured technique is achievable using rose gold, aqua pearl, and super pearly white mica to create a holographic effect. Add some glitters to it, and you’ll get shimmering water over the tub.
Turquoise DIY Bath Bomb
It’s beautifully made that you can even give it as a gift. Mix the mould with non-water-based colouring so it won’t activate the bomb during production timeline. Make sure you use only a small amount of colouring to get those pretty turquoise pastel display.
Fragrant Easter Eggs
The colourful Easter egg bath bomb will look scrumptious on your basket with a sweet-scented smell. As usual, the bath bomb recipe consists of any fragrance, essential oil, soap dye, corn starch, and Epsom starch. The most important thing to prepare is the Easter egg jar to form the shape.
Fresh and Pure Apple Bath Bomb
It’s always fun to make something new for your bathing time. This DIY apple bath bomb is perfect for refreshing aromatic soaking in the warm water. Remember not to add more than 2 tsp of water, or it’ll be too flabby. This particular recipe works best with citric acid; leave it for 24 hours then add a decorative leaf on top to make it look more apple-ly.
Gemstone-Inspired Bath Bomb
Looking like agate gemstone, with salt melt to make it crystal-like makes the utmost luxurious spa experience in your bath. It has a moisturising effect, thanks to the mixture the bath salt, Epsom salt, dead sea salt, coconut oil and shea butter. When dissolve, this bomb will release more bath salt.
Snowy for Stress Relieving
Now I think it’s time for us to make a stress-relieving bath bomb recipe with sweet almond oil and Stress Away essential oil. Mix the dry ingredients in one bowl, and the wet ingredients in the other. Fill the mould, push hard and leave it to sit for 24 hours.
Refreshing Bath Bomb for Kids
I look at this bath bomb recipe and fall in love right away. It has refreshing yellow and the red colour combination made of coconut oil, citric acid, essential oil, and yellow food dye. Form the bomb in round shape and decorate using red rose candies for extra charm.
Energising Summer Energy Bath Bomb
I love summer and decided to take refreshing inspiration into my bath bomb. Prepare any shape of the mould, but I prefer to use disc-shaped. Its appeal is on the lemon slice in the middle of the mould that makes it looks like a sunny egg. The lemon slice, plus peppermint essential oil screams summer the best.
Beautiful Lavender Melts
Lavender bath bombs are simply captivating for any season. You can make with any mould, but be sure to add lots of lavender essential oil and purple food colouring. You can also use soap colourant, and possibly lavender flower petals, then printed on love-shaped jars.
This bath bomb recipe is super easy to make, cheap, and suitable for children. It has the shape of flowers with delightful orange colour made of coconut oil, Epsom salt, corn starch, citric acid, baking soda, and a little bit of orange zest. Don’t put too much of the colouring because it’ll look too dense.
The Invigorating Orange Bomb
When the flower power takes over the children, it’s time for you to make bold orange bath bombs that looks juicy. This big bath bomb measures exactly like the actual fruit with orange food colouring gel. Sprinkle some glitter on the mould before scooping in the jar.
Super Simple DIY Bath Bombs
This one right here is the perfect project to do with your kids. Use silicone mould to as it’s easier to remove the mixture once it’s set. Use two different colouring tones and blend them in a different bowl. When mixing, scoop a little of one colour, and then the other to create interesting hue.
Highly Moisturizing Bath Bombs
Purchasing this type of bath bomb in the store can be a little bit pricey, so why not make it? This one is perfect for soothing irritated skin and moisturising with all-natural ingredients. I use organic milk powder, honey, almond oil, mango butter, and essential oil. The combination of milk and honey is an expensive one to make your skin healthier.
Playful Unicorn Horn
This is why DIY bath bombs are popular nowadays; you can choose any shape you like! From fruitful, round, rectangular, pie-shaped--anything. This unicorn horn only needs a unicorn horn-shaped mould to place the mixture. Press hard and use a different colour of pink and purple to get into the Barbie land.
Bath Bombs and Surprise!
Want to know what it takes to have a playful bathtime for your kids? The secret is to add the element of surprise. You can make a regular bath bomb in round shape but when pressing the mixture, add a toy in the middle; so when it melts, your kids will be filled with joy seeing the to floating on the water.
Lovely Pink Peony
If peony season arrives, you can decorate your bath bombs using this appealing scent. In the mixture, add 2-3 drops of pink gel colouring or cosmetic pigment and peony fragrance. A soak in the bath during springtime using this peony bath bomb will give you an extra restful evening.
Roses Never Fails
It’s an all-time favourite bath bomb. Buy rose fragrance, and dry rose petals from the store to mix in the mould along with rosehip oil, 1 tsp of rose absolute, and pink gel colouring. DIY bath bombs with rose are high in nourishing and moisturising properties, make a romantic gift, and ideal for self-pampering.