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 Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Recipe

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Recipe

Recipe makes approximately 4 bath fizzies

Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:

Directions:

Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:

Mixing Bowls
Measuring Cups
Scale
Mixing Spoon
Witch Hazel

This recipe is best prepared in non-humid climates.

Clean and sanitize your work area and all of your packaging materials. It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while preparing this recipe.  Also, prepare a spray bottle of witch hazel.

Step 1:  First, in a mixing bowl, measure out two cups of baking soda.  Use your hands to break up any clumps.

Step 2:  Next, add 20 grams of sunflower oil, 5 grams of neon pink FUN Soap Colorant, and 14 grams Love Juice Fragrance Oil.  Mix the ingredients together well.  Use your hands to break up any clumps in the mixture.

Step 3:  Then, to the same bowl, add 1 cup of cream of tartar.  Again, mix well, breaking up any clumps.

Step 4:  Now, begin spraying the mixture with witch hazel.  You will want to mix as you are spraying.  Keep mixing and spraying until you have a crumbly dough consistency. 

Step 5:  Once your ingredients are at the correct consistency, begin filling the molds.  You want to make sure you pack the molds tightly.

Step 6:  When your bath bombs have set up, remove them from the molds.  Note:  We found that without the addition of citric acid, the bath bombs may need to set up for as long as 24 hours.  We also found that they do not fizz as much as bath bombs made with citric acid.
 

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