How to Make Bath Bombs?
Everyone loves to take a bath. Bath bombs are a delightful and smelly thing. It will explode colorful and fizz in your tub. So it's a great gift for any occasion. But bath bombs might be a little pricey. You can get even more if you buy the ingredients in bulk and learn how to make bath bombs. Plus, you can customize the colors, scents, and shapes with bath bomb colorant to spark your imagination for the perfect holiday or lucky recipient. Homemade bath bombs are fun and easy to make! The Bath Bomb Soap Dye can make your DIY bath bombs more simple and unique! Find out how to make a bath bomb for yourself here!
How to Make Bath Bombs？
Learn how to make bath bombs at home. Homemade bath bombs are easy to make and perfect for DIY gifting. I'll show you how to create your own custom DIY bath bomb at home. If you're like me, maybe having these on hand will encourage you to decompress more often. Now, if you are intimidated by the process, fear not. These bath bombs are super simple to make and super easy to customize. Let me demonstrate to you.
1. Combine the dry bath bomb ingredients
Combine the dry bath bomb ingredients (baking soda, Epsom salt, cornstarch, and citric acid) in a medium bowl. Whisk together with a whisk or fork and remove any lumps. If desired, you can add garnishes like dried flowers or herbs to the mix for an added visual appeal
2. Combine the ingredients for the wet bath bomb
In a small glass jar or bowl, combine the ingredients for the wet bath bomb (oil and water).
3. Color the bath bomb, add the soap dye to the wet ingredients
To color the bath bomb, add the soap dye to the wet ingredients and stir.
Note: Each soap dye used in bath bombs may have a different consistency, and some products require more dye than others. So to avoid "overdosing", be sure to add a little at a time and see what color you want to achieve.
HTVRONT bath bomb colorant has 20 vibrant colorants that are easy to disperse and mix to create a variety of different colors to your liking. Just mix the soap colorants to get your own custom color. All of these colors can be mixed together to create other colors you may need. HTVRONT soap dye for bath bombs is made with food-grade ingredients, and our soap colorants are non-toxic, non-irritating, and non-staining. The upgraded formula keeps your soaps and bath bombs clear and energized for longer.
4. Adding essential oils
If adding essential oils, add 8-15 drops during this step.
5. Slowly add the liquid to the dry mixture
Slowly add the liquid to the dry mixture. really slow. Like a teaspoon at a time. You don't want your DIY bath bomb to explode prematurely. Stir as you go. If you see the mixture fizzing or foaming, you may be adding the liquid too quickly, slow down adding the wet mixture. After mixing the wet and dry ingredients, take a small amount in your hands and squeeze together. It should stick together in 1-2 pieces. If it's still too powdery to stick together, just slowly add a little water and squeeze it again. You should end up with a mixture that barely clumps, like damp sand.
6. Use the mold bath bomb to let it take shape.
★ Use double-sided mold to form
Wrap each half of the mold on both sides tightly with the mixture until it overflows slightly. Press the mold blocks together and gently remove one side of the mold. Place the tub bomb on the tray and let it dry before removing the other side (about an hour). The key here is to be gentle during the demolding process!
★ Shape with silicone ice cube trays
Pack the bomb mix tightly into the silicone ice cube tray slots, making the top smooth and flat. Let stand for about 10 minutes, then carefully flip the tray over and unmold the bath bomb onto the baking sheet, tapping lightly on top of each shape. As mentioned above, the key is to be gentle during the demolding process!
7. Let homemade bath bomb dry
Let your homemade bath bomb dry. Once your bath bombs are unshaped and placed on a baking sheet, they should dry for at least 8 hours or overnight.
8.Throw one in the tub and enjoy the explosive fruits of your labor
Throw one in the tub and enjoy the explosive fruits of your labor. Pack the rest of the DIY bath bombs in cellophane and make your friends and family love you forever.
How to use a bath bomb?
Did you just throw it in the tub? Do I use the whole thing? Will it stain the bathtub? Will it stain me? ? ?
As it turns out, the answer is: yes, of course! ,no no.
To use a bathtub bomb, all you have to do is fill the bathtub, throw it in, and watch it disappear! You can expect a lot of fizz from a bath bomb while adding color, fragrance, salt, and coconut oil to the tub. This is your one-stop shop for a luxurious bathing experience!
All in all, hurry up and make a handmade bath bomb, fill your tub at will, and enjoy!