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How to Make a Bath Bomb

bath fizz ball recipe-this seems to be easiest I have found

Recycle old water bottles in the best way possible: fill with homemade bath fizz! Tutorial.

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Bath Snowballs

bath salt balls

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Homemade Bath Bombs Recipes and Tutorials

Who doesn't like bath fizzy bombs? I know my kids go crazy over these things and you can easily make these DIY bath fizzy bombs yourself! //Manbo

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Homemade Scented Bath Salts

Homemade Scented Bath Salts tutorial by Amanda from A Few Short Cuts. These homemade bath salts are great Christmas gifts to make for friends and family

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Homemade Oatmeal Bath Bombs

Homemade Oatmeal Bath Bombs- perfect for soothing skin irritations, sun burns and relaxation. These also make a perfect gift.

Homemade citrus bath salts. These citrus infused bath salts smell delightful and make a wonderful Mother's Day gift!

How to make foaming bath bombs Supplies: 2 Cups Baking Soda 1 Cup Citric Acid 4 teaspoons massage oil ( or 2 teaspoons essential oil and 2 teaspoons olive oil) Spray bottle with water mold (60 mm 2 part plastic ball) (I am also thinking the bottoms of two large Easter eggs could be used) This amount made 5 bath bombs.

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Eco-Friendly Towel Bath Rugs DIY

Bath Mat from old Towels or t-Shirts

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Homemade Bath Salts

Homemade Bath Salts. Take 4 cups of sea salt or Epsom Salts. Mix in several drops of Lavender essential oil and, if you wish, dried fragrant plants, such as lavender or eucalyptus. Pour into a jar for yourself or to give as a gift. Use a few spoonfuls of salts per bath; to keep herbs from floating, spoon the mixture into a spice sachet (available at gourmet grocery stores).