Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe
The Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe is not your typical bath bomb recipe. It is so much more! Not only does this product fizz just like any other bath bomb, but it will create tons of bubbles for your bath as well. So, the average bath bomb just got even more amazing! Bubbling bath bombs are the way to go if you are looking for a fun way to use a bath bomb. This recipe uses the awesome bubble making power of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate to turn your typical bath bomb experience into a bubble bath. However, if you would rather, you can use sodium cocoyl isethionate instead as some prefer the gentler qualities of this surfactant. So, sit back and relax in your bubble bath as you enjoy the pretty colors and the fruity aroma of Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil.
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Ingredients From Natures Garden
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
FUN Soap Colorant- Jailhouse Red
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Meadowfoam Seed Oil
FUN Soap Colorant- Neon Yellow
Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil
FUN Soap Colorant- Eye Poke Orange
Papaya Leaf Powder
FUN Soap Colorant- Neon Red
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Black Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment Needed
Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Six Clear, Round, Acrylic, Fillable Ornaments- 3″diameter each
4 Mixing Bowls
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Weights of Ingredients
166 grams Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
512 grams Citric Acid
1,120 grams Baking Soda
18 grams Meadowfoam Seed Oil
16 grams Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil
6 grams Papaya Leaf Powder
10 grams Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant
3 grams Neon Red FUN Soap Colorant
9 grams Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant
2 grams Eye Poke Orange FUN Soap Colorant
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Preparation and Sanitation
Before you begin, you will want to choose a good place to work and sanitize everything. First, you should find a place that is not too humid as this recipe performs better in non-humid climates. So, those in humid areas should try to minimize this as much as possible. Also, you will want to make sure that you work space and all your equipment is sanitized to prevent potential contamination of you bath bombs.
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Weighing the Dry Ingredients
First, you will be weighing the dry ingredients for both the yellow and orange colored halves. So, retrieve two of your four mixing bowls and your gram scale. In each of these two bowls, you will weigh out 256 grams of the citric acid, 83 grams of the Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, 560 grams of the baking soda, and 3 grams of the papaya leaf powder. Now, thoroughly mix the ingredients, break up any clumps, and set both of these bowls aside for later use as we move on to our wet ingredients.
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Weighing the Wet Ingredients
Next, you will be weighing the wet ingredients for both the yellow and orange colored halves. So, take your other two bowls that should be clean and ready to use. Also, place them on your scale and tare your scale with the weight of the bowl. Now, add 8 grams of the Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil and 9 grams of the Meadowfoam Seed Oil to each to your two bowls. Then, you can slowly add one of the bowls of wet ingredients to one of your bowls of dry ingredients. Repeat this with the other two bowls of wet ingredients and dry ingredients.
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Coloring Both of the Mixtures
Now, you are ready to add pigments to create both the yellow and orange colors for your mixtures. So, take one of your two bowls to color first. This bowl will be colored with Neon Yellow and Eye Poke Orange to create a bright yellow hue for half of your bath bomb. In order to create this, you will add 9 grams neon yellow FUN Soap Colorant and 2 grams Eye Poke Orange FUN Soap Colorant to this bowl. Use your hands to mix the colorant thoroughly. Next, you will take the other bowl and use Jailhouse Red and Neon Red to create a fun orange color for the other half of your bath bomb. So, you will be adding 10 grams Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant and 3 grams Neon Red FUN Soap Colorant to your second mixture bowl. Again, with clean gloves, mix the colorant evenly so the color is fully incorporated into your ingredients.
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Filling the Orange Half of the Bath Bomb Mold
Next, it is time for you to add the orange mixture portion of the bath bomb to half of the ornament. First, you will need to spray the mixture with witch hazel. However, you will need to spray slowly as you mix. Since over spraying will activate the ingredients prematurely causing your bath bomb to fall apart, you will want to get this part right. You will know that you have added the right amount when mixture feels like crumbly dough in your hands. After, you can scoop the mixture into the mold half and pack it full.
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Filling the Yellow Half of the Bath Bomb Mold
Now, you can fill the other half of your bath bomb mold. So, take your yellow mixture and spray in the appropriate amount of witch hazel. Just like last time, make sure that you don’t add more than you need as the ingredients will activate in the bowl and your bath bomb mixture will not stick together correctly. After you spray the right amount, you can pack the mixture into the second half of the bath bomb mold.
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Attaching the Halves
Finally, you will attach the two mold halves and create the finished bath bomb. So, lightly spritz both the yellow half and the orange half with a little bit more witch hazel and attach the ornament halves together. Now, fill the rest of your ornaments until you have used up all of the yellow and orange mixtures to create your six bath bombs. Then, you will need to wait for the bath bombs to set up and harden. Only after this has happened can you remove the mango scented bath bombs from the ornament molds.
Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Bubble Bath Ready
After all this waiting, your mango bath bombs are finally ready for you to use! Once you get these super cool bath bombs into the tub they will create all kinds of bubbles and fizz, which is all kinds of fun. Once you have tried out your own bath bombs, we would love to hear about what you thought about this recipe! You can write to us on the Natures Garden Facebook wall to tell us all about your experience. Alternatively, you can send us pictures of your own bath bombs on our Instagram @ngscents. Whether we hear from you or not, hopefully, you enjoy this foaming bath bomb recipe.