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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.

DIY Lush Bath bombs. Cool themed gifts! Scents like root beer float or champaign would be fun too!

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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i d l e w i f e : diy: bath bombs. 2 TBSP baking soda, 1 TBSP citric acid 1 TBSP Epsom salts 1/4 tsp oil 3/4 tsp water or other liquid

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Learn how to make your own Natural Bath Bombs filled with a secret center of dried flower petals! - these are so pretty and make bath time fragrant and relaxing :)

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2 cups Epsom salts 2 tablespoons water A few drops essential oil(s) 1 drop food coloring, plus more if desired Special equipment: plastic pipette, large or small round bath-ball molds, storage jars If bath ball molds are not available, use plastic eggs that open or silicone molds (muffin, ice cube etc)