For day EIGHT of “12 Days of Essential Oil DIYs”, I attempted a slightly more complicated DIY (but still easy- don’t worry). As a bath addict, I knew that essential oil bath bombs would have to make the list. I take a hot bath almost every day. It’s how I decompress. While I LOVE Young Living’s bath bombs, I figured I could make some of my own at a fraction of the price, and I was right! Don’t be intimidated by this one. The bath bombs were easy (and fun) to make, they just take a little bit to dry!
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Day 8: DIY Essential Oil Bath Bombs.
I’m going to explain how I made these, but I will caution you to change it up just a tad. Once the bath bombs were dry, they were slightly difficult to get out of the aluminum mold. I would highly suggest using silicon, and if you don’t care about a perfect sphere- an ice tray or food mold would work just fine! The oil blend I chose for these is Valor by Young Living. Valor is definitely my favorite blend for emotional support. It is a beautiful blend of Spruce, Rosewood, Blue Tansy and Frankincense. I couldn’t think of anything else I’d rather bathe in! (Pun intended.)
– 1/2 cup Epsom Salt
– 1/4 cup Fractionated Coconut Oil
– 1 cup Baking Soda
– 1 cup Citric Acid
– Witch Hazel in a Spray Bottle
– 1/2 cup Corn Starch
– 15 drops Essential Oils
1. Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl.
2. Mix in coconut oil and essential oils with hands.
3. Spray with witch hazel a few sprays at a time, followed by mixing- until consistency can be molded but not too wet.
4. Pack mixture into mold as tight as possible. If using the spherical molds, let both sides overflow a bit and smash them together to pack them tight.
5. Let dry overnight.
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Once the bombs are dry, they should come right out of their molds and be ready for use! I may or may not have used some of the ones I made already…. Happy bath time!