Easter is almost here and you might be looking for alternatives to chocolate to fill those Easter baskets. I’m here today to teach you how to make my Easter Egg Bath Bombs. This recipe is super easy and fun for all ages. I’ve tried all types of Bath Bomb recipes, and I found this one works best.
Wet Mixture Ingredients :
- 1/2 tsp Borax (FYI: If you’re looking for Borax, the company recently changed its packaging, it’s located in the laundry aisle of your local store)
- 2 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
- 2 tsp Wholesale Essential Oil-(I used Grapefruit Essential Oil)
- About 2 tsp Water
- 1-4 drops of Food Coloring
- Add Epson salt in a glass mixing bowl, sift remaining dry ingredients, whisk until mixture is well blended. (FYI: Your working area will look messy from the mixture)
- In a mixing cup add wet ingredients. Stir.
- Slowly add to dry mixture, whisk away. The mixture should feel “sand-like”, but NOT too wet.
- You can use any type of mold. Plastic Easter eggs work great and are very inexpensive. Firmly press mixture into each side of the egg. Press together and hold for 10-15 seconds (both sides will not close).
- Gently tap and remove eggshells.
- Place your finished Easter egg bath bombs on a wax-covered cookie sheet. Let dry overnight and Enjoy!
Bath Bombs can be used in the shower, too! Simply place on the shower floor and enjoy the wonderful aroma.
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As with all products, users should test a small amount prior to normal extended use. If pregnant or suffering from illness, consult a doctor before use.