Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Witch Hazel (in a spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls (5)
Large Mixing Bowl
Fillable Easter Eggs (regular sized)
184 grams Citric Acid
265 grams Baking Soda
90 grams Arrowroot Powder
11 Bentonite Clay Powder
26 grams Castor Oil
21 grams Olive Oil
30 drops Jelly Beans Fragrance Oil
4 drops Neon Blue
6 drops Neon Red
Step 10: In the fourth bowl place 5 drops FUN Soap Colorant Ultramarine Violet. Mix this thoroughly with your hands. Once the purple colorant is fully incorporated, set it aside.
Step 11: Now, get 10 of your fillable Easter eggs. If the eggs halves are connected together, break them apart. Each colored bowl of the mixture will fill (2.5) eggs.
Step 12: Press the mixture down into each egg half to compact the bath fizzy. Once both of the halves are filled, spritz each half with witch hazel and close the egg. Repeat this until all eggs are filled and closed.
Step 13: Now, allow your eggs to harden overnight.
Step 14: Once the eggs have hardened, using a spoon gently tap several times on the outside of the oblong egg half. This will help release the bath fizzy from the mold.
Step 15: Carefully slide the plastic egg (oblong side) off first. Then, slide the bottom portion of the plastic egg off. If the bath fizzy egg is not stuck together, spritz each half with the witch hazel then place the two halves together. Gently hold these two halves in place, and using your thumb, reinforce the seam of the egg halves until they do stick together. Then set aside and allow to harden for about 15-20 minutes.
You Easter Egg Bath Fizzes are now ready to use! Enjoy.
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