How to Make Flower Bath Bomb at Home

Bath Bombs are so in rage! While they look so beautiful at a beauty counter, they are quite expensive too. Besides, you don’t know if they are made of harmful chemicals such as linolenic acid that aren’t good for your sensitive skin.  You would also not like to stain your bathtub with chemicals or want glitter in places that shouldn’t shine, unless you want them to.

So, why don’t you make one for yourself? Indulge in this beautiful and sensory perception of bath mombs that don’t cost you a bomb! Read on to know the ingredients of DIY flower bath bombs and how to make them at home, without much fuss!  The best part is you can customize them for your favorite scent, essential oils and color!

The ingredients mentioned here can be found easily at home and you can create flower bath bomb in a jiffy. No rocket science it is, we promise!

Ingredients of Basic Bath Bomb:

  • ¾ cup corn starch
  • ½ cup Epsom salt
  • 2 tsp. essential oil of your choice such as Lavender, Eucalyptus, Peppermint or Lemon
  • 3-4 tsp of water
  • ½ cup citric acid
  • 2-3 drops of organic food coloring
  • 1 cup baking soda

Things Needed:

  • 1 Whisker
  • 2 Mixing Bowls

Combine dry and wet ingredients separately. Once you have combined them in two different bowls, start pouring liquid slowly. Slowly, because you would like to address the clumps that are formed when liquid is poured in dry ingredients.  It is very important that you have a uniform mixture to work upon. The liquid should not be too dry or wet.

Now, you need to fill this mixture into molds. These molds can be of any shape you would want. You can use heart-shaped molds, you generally use to make cupcakes or muffins, to make bath bomb for your romantic rendezvous. For days when you want to let your hair down, choose no frills and fancy, sphere mold.

Now, when we have won your confidence that making a bath bomb definitely isn’t anything like venturing into the kitchen on your mother’s prodding, let’s take our newly-developed trust to the next level.

Let’s learn to make flower bath Bomb!

  • Rose Bath Bomb:

What’s different from the basics?

Rose Petals, 2- drops red food color and rose oil

Perfect for those wonderful evenings you plant to spend together!

There is a reason that red roses are given on Valentine’s Day, to express love. Red represents passion and energy and red roses are a known aphrodisiac. All you have to do is to press rose petals into the molds when you are halfway with the filling.  Let the mix dry overnight.

  • Lavender Bath Bomb:

What’s different from the basics?

Orange Peels, 1-drop red food color, 1-drop yellow food color

Use it when you could use some break from chaos. Lavender relaxes your nerves and eases stress.

The same ol’ drill!

Ever wondered where all these celebrities get that beautiful, supple and shiny skin. You can get that too, without an expensive and time-consuming trip to salon with Shimmery Bath Bombs!

What’s different from the basics?

Add edible glitter, this can be found easily at a baking shop.  It is better to sprinkle the mold before putting the mix into the mold.  Use 1-drop blue food color with 1-drop red food color.

For supple and moisturized skin, use coconut oil, olive oil or shea butter.

Food coloring is optional. It adds an aesthetic appeal to the bath bombs but otherwise doesn’t have any impact on any kind of fizz or foam. The best part is nothing is off limits with DIY bath bombs. If you have herbs such as rosemary, chamomile and eucalyptus at disposal, you can use them for their rejuvenating and refreshing effect.

Cut flowers at their last leg? Use them for a scented and refreshing effect!

Just don’t make it a mess by using something of everything!

These bath bombs can be a wonderful gift for your loved ones! Since the joy of gifting and receiving handmade and personalized gifts is unmatchable, why don’t you make some and gift these on Mother’s Day? These bath bombs are also the perfect gift for birthdays and holiday favors!