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You're The Bomb Valentine | DIY Bath Bombs 1 Cups Citric Acid 2 Cups Baking Soda 2 tbsp Cornstarch 1 oz shea butter or coconut butter (melted) 5-6 drops Essential Oil of Choice 1-2 Drops Red Food Coloring (optional) Spray bottle of Witch Hazel

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I live for LUSH bath bombs....so I'll do this soon so i can render a verdict. DIY Bath Bombs by idlewife.blogspot.ca #Bath_Bombs

  • Shelli Wilson

    Tish Willis we made some like this. You wouldn't have to buy plastic things, just foil liners

  • Susie Stoess

    Where can I find citric acid?

  • Shelli Wilson

    @susiestoess in the canning aisle at Walmart or grocery store

  • Mason Rad

    Today was my second time making this recipe of bath bombs and I love it. I've made spheres, domes, and discs. It works for everything! I highly recommend it.

  • Angel Islas-linton

    Citric acid is cheaper in bulk aisle. They have tons of molds on etsy too. My family loves bath bombs.

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Want to learn how to make bath bombs? Not only are bath bombs a great way to enhance an already pleasurable activity (who doesn’t love a warm soak in the tub!), they also make for fantastic shower or wedding favors. Bath bombs smaller than these sell for $6.45 a pop at Lush. If you take lots of baths, your money will dissolve pretty quickly.

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Wow if you guys are finding for that bathing product , you guys have come to the right place. Check it at bathandbodyguide....

Oh my gosh, what a great gift that would make lol. That would make a friend for life haha, if they love lux baths!!-Lizzy

What you'll need to make bath bombs 2 Tbsp. baking soda 1 Tbsp. of citric acid (or 1/2 tablespoon cream of tartar) 1 Tbsp. of cornstarch 1 Tbsp. Epsom salts 1/4 tsp. Coconut oil 3/4 teaspoon liquid* brew a very strong, very concentrated tea a drop or two of food coloring Dump the dry ingredients (baking soda, acid, cornstarch, and salts) into a bowl and whisk together to remove lumps.