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Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

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Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb RecipeLumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

The tradition of putting coal in the stockings of  children Santa has on his naughty list is a tradition that goes back centuries.  Inspired by this long running tradition, we created our Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe.  This bath fizzy recipe uses Natures Garden’s Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil.  In addition, this recipe also includes coconut oil, Hawaiian black salt, and activated charcoal.  These bath bombs will be a perfect homemade gift for your kids, friends, or family.  It doesn’t matter if they’re naughty or nice!  Either way, they are sure to love these bath fizzies!


Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb RecipeLumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe Natures Garden Ingredients

Baking Soda – Sodium Bicarbonate
Citric Acid
Corn Starch
Bentonite Clay Powder
Coconut Oil 76
Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground

Activated Charcoal
Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground
Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil
8 oz Clear PET Bullet Bottle
White Fine Mist Sprayer 24/410
Safety Gloves

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment Needed

Witch Hazel
Large Round Acrylic Fillable Ornaments (2)
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe Preparing the Mixture

First, prepare a bottle of witch hazel.  Fill the 8 ounce bullet bottle with witch hazel.  Then, place the lid on top.  You will need this later in the recipe.

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe
Also, we will go ahead and prepare the fillable ornaments molds.  First of all, you will need half of each ornament.  To each one, we added 8 grams of Hawaiian black salt coarse ground, but you can use less if you’d like.  Set these aside for now while we prepare the bath fizzy mixture.  We will come back to them.



Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe


Next, weigh out your dry ingredients.  In your mixing bowl, add 263 grams of baking soda, 68 grams of cornstarch, 30 Hawaiian black salt fine ground, 5 grams bentonite clay, and 1 gram activated charcoal.  Use your hands to mix the ingredients, breaking up any clumps as you mix.


Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe


Now, weigh out your oils and black oxide soap colorant.  You will need a second small mixing bowl.  Use your scale to weigh out 30 grams of coconut oil 76, 8 grams of black oxide FUN Soap Colorant, and 1 gram of Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil.


Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe


Then, use a spatula to add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients.  Using your hands, mix them together completely.  Again, breaking up any clumps.



Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe


Finally, add the citric acid.  Weigh out 132 grams of citric acid, place this in the bowl with the other ingredients.  Once again, use your hands to mix the ingredients.  Also, make sure you are breaking up any clumps.


Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe Filling Your Molds

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe
This is when you will need the bottle of witch hazel you prepared earlier.  Spray a small amount of witch hazel into the bowl.  Also, using your hands mix as you spray.  You want to continue spraying a bit, then mixing until you get the perfect consistency.  You want it to feel like wet sand.  You will be able to squeeze it and it will pack, yet it will still crumble a bit.


Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe


Next, begin filling your molds.  Place the mixture into one half of each mold.  In addition, you want to make sure you press down firmly.  In fact, if the mixture is too loose, it will crumble when you remove it from the molds.


Once you have the mixture packed into the molds, you will attach them.  However, prior to putting the ornaments together spray each side with witch hazel.  Then, put them together.

Finally, let the bath fizzies set up.  Then, remove them from the molds.  Also, make sure you remove them carefully and slowly.

Your Lumps of Coal Bath Bombs are now ready for use.  So, place an activated charcoal bath fizzy in your tub and let the fizzing begin!  Have you made an activated charcoal bath fizzy too?  Show us what you’ve made by posting them to our Facebook page or tagging us on Instagram @ngscents!


Elf Sweat Scent

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elf-sweat-fragrance-oilElf Sweat Fragrance Oil– Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Hi everyone! Do you have all of your Christmas shopping done yet? What did you ask Santa for this year? You know at this time of year, all his elves are working extra hard in overtime to get every gift done for all the girls and boys out there! Do you have any cute gift ideas for your own little elves this year? Or have you figured out any unique elf projects to give to your friends and family? Our Elf Sweat scent is the perfect fragrance for all of your future holiday creations!

What Does Elf Sweat Smell Like?

I’m sure with such a creative name, you’re totally intrigued as to what this unique fragrance smells like. Well, Elf Sweat by Nature’s Garden was inspired by what else? Santa’s elves of course! This Nature’s Garden original fragrance perfectly captures all the exact personality traits of Santa’s elves by being a happy, bubbly, hard-working magical fragrance! It is a uniquely creative blend of candy canes, syrup, candy corn, candy, and a magically creative top note of spicy effervescent soda pop bubbles!

How Do Our Customers Use Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil?

Don’t you hear their little hammers pounding away? Or the Christmas carols I’m sure they’re humming to while they’re working on all of those wonderful toys or the smell of Christmas cookies baking for them to snack on later? What do you think the elves favorite toys to make are? This fragrance is definitely the perfect one to bring all the magic of the holidays into your home! If you want to use it for the candle making process, this scent performs perfectly in wow wax and joy wax, while it is nice and strong in soy wax. It also will fill your house with magic if you use it in some nice and strong aroma beads. If you like to make incense or potpourri, Elf Sweat has a maximum usage rate of 50%.

For bath and body products, this fragrance has a maximum usage rate of 1.3%. Common bath and body products that can include Elf Sweat are lotions, soaps, bath oils, perfumes, and bath gels. Elf Sweat does have a vanillin content of 3%, but Vanilla White can aid by preventing discoloration. Just make sure you test it thoroughly in your finished products! For all you cold process soapers out there, this fragrance is perfect for your new creations! Our CP findings are as follows: it handles well with no acceleration and no ricing. However, it does discolor products to a medium brown color.

Just type in “elf sweat” in the search bar on our website and that will take you directly to this magically wonderful fragrance so you can start using it as soon as possible! But make sure to check out all of our awesome free classes and recipes as well, our Christmas Tree Bath Bomb and Gingerbread Aroma Beads are both perfect for the holidays! Keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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