& Equipment You'll Need:
Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
293 grams Citric Acid
600 grams Baking Soda
12 grams Argan Oil
5 grams Castor Oil
6 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
50 grams Arrowroot Powder
40 drops Happy Type Fragrance Oil
20 grams Calendula Flowers Whole
Witch Hazel in a spray bottle
This recipe is best prepared in non-humid climates. Also, depending on how firmly you pack the flower mold will directly effect as to whether you get 7 or 8 bath fizzies with this recipe. So you may need a second mold, or store the bath bomb mixture in a Ziploc bag until you unmold your first six. Then, use the remainder to refill.
Step 1: Place 2 mixing bowls in your work area. 1 of your bowls will be for the dry ingredients and 1 will be for the wet ingredients.
Step 2: Get your flower mold. In the middle of each mold opening, place a calendula flower part. You want this to be in the center of each flower (the seed part) in the finished bath bomb.
Step 3: In the Dry Ingredient Bowl: Weigh out and place the following ingredients: Citric Acid, Baking Soda, Bentonite Clay Powder, Arrowroot Powder and the remaining Calendula Flowers. If you notice any clumps, break them up now. Mix well with your hands.
Step 4: In the Wet Ingredient Bowl: Weigh out and place the following ingredients: Argan Oil, Castor Oil, and the Happy Type scent. Using a spoon, gently mix these liquids.
Step 5: Slowly add the wet ingredients bowl to the dry ingredients bowl. Using your hands, mix the ingredients together until they are completely incorporated together.
Step 6: Lightly spritz the mixture with witch hazel and mix with your hands. Continue spritzing with witch hazel until the mixture is like crumbly dough.
Step 7: Next, press the mixture into each of the mold openings and press down firmly.
Step 8: Allow the bath bombs to set overnight.
Step 9: Finally, release them slowly from the mold.
Your Mothers Day Bath Bombs are now ready for use. Enjoy!
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