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12 DIY Bath Bombs ANYONE Can Make

Bathbombs are a great way to relax and unwind at the end of a stressful and exhausting day! But all of my bath lovers out there knows how pricey it can be to buy a bath bomb every time you… Continue Reading →

Dark Magic is a perfect combo of deep woods scents with floral and citrus notes splashed in there. Bath bombs are fizzy balls full of delightful aromas, detoxifying salts, botanicals, and luxurious oils. While you are in the bath, drop one in and treat yourself to a relaxing spa treatment at home. Bath bombs soften your water and allow your skin to get squeaky clean. The oils are absorbed into the skin leaving you smelling great and your skin as smooth as silk. NW Bombs are hand packed…

Dark Magic is a perfect combo of deep woods scents with floral and citrus notes…

Crescent Moon Bath Bomb DIY

Learn how to make Crescent Moon Bath Bombs at home with coconut oil, baking soda and citric acid. A gold crescent moon is created with mica paint.

Activated charcoal is beloved for its detoxing abilities. This it-ingredient is credited with cleansing skin, whitening teeth and treating acne. Here are some DIY recipes for creating homemade bath bombs and soaps.

Activated charcoal is beloved for its detoxing abilities. This it-ingredient is credited with cleansing skin, whitening teeth and treating acne. Here are some DIY recipes for creating homemade bath bo

How to make donut bath bombs – DIY donut shaped bath bombs made with soap icing and sprinkles.

How to make donut bath bombs – DIY donut shaped bath bombs made with soap icing and sprinkles.

Mermaid Bath Bombs for Kids

Mermaid bath bombs made with EazyColours water-soluble cosmetic colourants

#DIY bath bomb recipe makes perfect wedding, holiday or shower gifts! More tips, tricks & design ideas with a free http://brightnest.com account!

of baking soda 4 oz. of citric acid 4 oz. of corn starch 4 oz. of Epsom salts (make sure these are fine grained) ¾ tsp. of water 2 tsp. essential oil 1 tsp oil (we like almond or coconut oil) A few drops of food coloring