& Equipment You'll Need:
Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Small Plastic Cow
Total Recipe Weights:
512 grams Baking Soda
256 grams Citric Acid
18 grams Apricot Kernel Oil
10 grams Bentonite Clay
2 grams Hayride Fragrance Oil
10 drops Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
This recipe is best prepared in non-humid climates. Prior to making this recipe, pour some of your witch hazel into your spray bottle in order to have this ready.
Step 1: Weigh out and mix together 512 grams of baking soda, 256 grams citric acid, and 10 grams of bentonite clay. Use your hands to break up any clumps.
Step 2: Next, add 18 grams apricot kernel oil and 2 grams of Hayride Fragrance Oil. Using your hands, mix well.
Step 3: Now separate your batter. In the second bowl place approximately 100 grams of the mixture. Set this portion aside for now.
Step 4: Now, spritz the larger portion of the bath bomb mixture with witch hazel until it becomes clay like. You want to be careful that you do not over spray the mixture.
Step 5: Next, you will start forming the bath bomb. Begin covering the plastic toy cow with the white bath bomb mixture. Use your hands to form a circular shaped bath bomb. Set aside.
Step 6: In the bowl you have set side, add 10 drops of brown oxide FUN Soap Colorant. Using your hands, mix well.
Step 7: Finally, spritz the brown bath bomb mixture with witch hazel until it becomes clay like. Press small amounts of brown onto the white bath bomb. You want them to resemble the spots on a cow. Allow to set up.
Your Cow Pie Bath Bombs are ready to use! Enjoy!
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