Peppermint and Eucalyptus Bath Bomb
1 c. Epsom salt
2 c. cornstarch
1 c. water
2 c. citric acid
20 drops eucalyptus oil
4 c. baking soda
20 drops peppermint
- First of all, take out a bowl and put Epsom salt, citric acid, cornstarch and baking soda together in it and mix the ingredients together well.
- Add in the eucalyptus oil into another bowl and also add peppermint oil and the water to this and blend the oils rationally together.
- Now you can slowly pour the oils into the bowl with the baking soda. Until they are evenly mixed, use a mixer to blend these elements evenly. You have to make sure that there aren’t any lumps inside the bowl.
- Now firmly press this mixture into the mold and let the mixture set to the side so that these can become firm over the next 24 hours.
- Store these peppermint and Eucalyptus bath bombs in a safe place and use them when you are ready to use in a warm bath.
Rose oil and Lavender Bath Bombs
- Needs 2 c. cornstarch
- Needs 10 drops rose oil
- Needs 2 c. citric acid
- Needs 4 c. baking soda
- Needs 10 drops geranium oil
- Needs 1 c. Epsom salt
- Needs 1 c. water
- Needs 20 drops lavender oil
- To get started with this recipe, first of all, take out a bowl and add Epsom salt, citric acid, cornstarch, and baking soda in it. Make sure that the ingredients are well combined.
- Bring out another bowl and add geranium oil and the lavender oil in it and mix them smoothly.
- Add rose oil and the water with the other two oils and them all together until it turns out to be smooth. When it gets ready, pour them in a baking soda mixture and mix them either by hand or with a hand mixture until they become smooth and the lumps are gone.
- After combining the mixture, press it into the molds tightly with your fingers. Set the molds to the side for next 24 hours until they get harden.
- When the mixture gets hardened, store them in a place properly and then use them in a warm bath whenever you are ready to use.
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