These Easter bath bombs have lavender in them, making them they perfect calming tool for kids and adults. Follow this easy DIY to make yours.
If you love making calming products for kids, you’ll go crazy over these super simple Easter Bath Bombs. Not only do they smell amazing, but they are colored and look like Easter Eggs, too!
Why You’ll Love these Calming Easter Bath Bombs
Here’s the deal. Bath bombs are really, really awesome. There’s nothing quite like coming home from work after a long day or putting your feet up after “adulting” all afternoon. And while you could spend some big bucks to head to the spa and get pampered, why do so when you can create your own little spa oasis at home?
Additionally, kids love these too! Make bath time a bit more fun and relaxing with these DIY calming bath bombs, scented with lavender essential oil.
Save yourself some time and money and opt to create your own DIY bath bombs instead. Once you make them once, you’ll be inclined to keeping making homemade bath bombs over and over again! Add them to your toolkit of calm down tools at home.
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What you need to make homemade bath bombs
1/2 cup baking soda
1/2 cup citric acid
1/4 cup melted coconut oil
1/4 cup cornstarch
Bath soap colorant: pink, teal and yellow
Plastic Easter egg
How to make your own DIY Easter Bath Bombs
Mix together the baking soda, citric, acid and cornstarch.
Mix in a few drops of essential oil to your melted coconut oil.
Slow mix in a small amount of your coconut oil at a time so the mixture doesn’t fizz.
Use a 1/4 cup measuring cup and divide the bath bomb mixture into 3 bowls.
Add a few drops of each color colorant to each bowl, making each bowl a different color.
Wear plastic gloves and mix each bowl with your finger tips.
Open the eggs face and start filling with a little of each color.
Press the eggs together and carefully remove the egg bath bomb.
Set aside to dry overnight.
* Do not eat even though they are colorful and smelly.
Which essential oils are best for bath bombs?
While this can vary depending on your senses and what you enjoy, lavender and peppermint essential oils are always a great choice. But in all reality, figure out what ones you prefer, read up on them and find out if they are good for topical use on your skin. Then, once you find that winning combination, you’re good to go to create and use them for all your bath bomb recipes!
Why do you need citric acid in bath bombs?
Citric acid is what gives your bath bombs the fizz! And there’s nothing like sitting in a tub and letting those bath bombs hydrate and moisturize your skin!
If you’ve never taken the time to create your own bath bombs, these Easter Egg Bath Bombs are perfect for beginners! Who says that Easter fun has to only be for kids? Take and make your own Easter basket fun and gift yourself some homemade skincare essentials!
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