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Holidays are made to spoil our loved ones and ourselves as well. This super easy DIY bath bomb recipe makes great holiday gifts for friends and family, or just to treat yourself...


Materials List


  •  2 bowls (one large and one medium)
  •  1 measuring cup 
  •  1 teaspoon 
  •  Molds suitable for bath bombs or silicone muffin pans 
  •  Plastic gloves 
  •  A knife to help unmold the bath bombs 





  •  ¾ cup of cornstarch 
  •  ½ cup of citric acid 
  •  1 cup of baking soda 
  •  ½ cup of sea salt or Epsom salt 



  •  30 ml (1 bottle) of Hemp beauty oil
  •  25 ml (5 tsp) of Damas Rose floral water
  •  7.5 ml (1½ tsp) of Sweet Orange essential oil
  •  3 drops of Cinnamon Cassia essential oil
  •  3 drops of Clove Bud essential oil
  •  Hibiscus flowers or loose tea with dried cranberries and orange peels (optional) 




  •  Combine all the dry ingredients (baking soda, cornstarch, salt, citric acid) in the large bowl. 
  •  In the other bowl, combine the liquid ingredients (floral water, beauty oil and essential oils). 
  •  Gradually add the liquid mix into the dry mix. 
  •  Mix everything with your hands, not too long making sure to wear plastic gloves to protect the skin and ensure good hygiene.  The mixture should stick together into a ball, without crumbling, when you make a handful. 
  •  Add dried flowers, if you have any. 
  •  As needed: Add 4-5 sprays at a time of floral water until desired consistency is achieved.  


  •  Fill the molds by pressing hard (a critical step to make the mixture well compact). 
  •  Leave stand in molds, in a dry place, for 24 to 48 hours, or until the mixture is hard. 
  •  Unmold (if necessary, use a knife to help with demoulding). 


Precautions & recommendations


  •  Store in a tightly closed container in a cool place protected from moisture. 
  •  Add a bath bomb to your bath, just before or right after stepping into the bathtub.
  •  Tip: If some of the mixture remains, you can use it to scrub the toilet bowl too! 
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