Our recipe for moisturizing homemade bath bombs
Fun activity to do at home for unique relaxation.
Take advantage of the relaxation provided by a good hot bath while benefiting from hydrated skin.
- 1 cup baking soda
- 1/2 cup cornstarch
- 113 g citric acid
- 1/2 cup Epsom salt
- 3 tablespoons melted Kariderm shea butter
- 1 tablespoon of water
- 20 drops of essential oil (of your choice)
- Food coloring (optional)
- Dried flowers (of your choice or to go with the chosen essential oil)
- Molds: You can take round molds separated in 2, muffin molds or silicone molds. For this recipe, we have chosen round plastic moulds.
- Gloves (optional)
- In a large bowl, combine all the dry ingredients with a whisk.
- Add the melted shea butter and mix with your hands.
- Add the water and mix until the mixture becomes more consistent. You can add a little water if needed, but go easy (with a spray bottle). The mixture should hold its shape when you squeeze it.
- If you want to add dried flowers to your bath bombs, put them in the bottom of the molds.
- Add the mixture to your molds and press it.
- Leave to stand for 24 hours.
- Unmold the bath bombs and let stand another 24 hours in the open air.
Please note that you can vary the essential oils, dried flowers and even the coloring according to your taste or according to the occasion. Have fun!
The recipe makes about 3 large bath bombs or 6 small to medium.
It allows muscle relaxation and the elimination of toxins. It also promotes relaxation and better nights sleep.
Shea butter :
It deeply nourishes the skin thanks to its moisturizing, repairing and softening properties.