How to make bath bombs

With just a few ingredients you can make an alternative to shop-bought bubble bath that's much kinder to your skin. Learn how to make bath bombs today.

How to make bath bombs

Learn how to make bath bombs and pamper yourself with fizzy soaks.

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With just a few ingredients you can make an alternative to shop-bought bubble bath that’s much kinder to your skin. Plus, learning how to make bath bombs makes it easier to keep track of the ingredients used in beauty products. The fizzy bath balls are simple to make using generous helpings of essential oils and baking soda all mixed up and put in cupcake tins or various bath bomb moulds available to buy online.

Prepare a batch for a friend or treat yourself to a sweet-smelling, rainbow-coloured daily dunk. Store in an airtight jar – the fresher the fizzier!

How to make bath bombs

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Coconut bath bombs

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Make coconut-scented bath bomb wedding favours with Delicious Living’s tutorial.

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Mini bath bombs

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We’ve got to try these mini macaroon-shaped bath bombs by Elle Sees. They’ll show you how to make bath bombs with their simple tutorial. Aren’t they just the cutest!

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Green tea bath bombs

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Learn how to make bath bombs in all sorts of fragrances and colours using your favourite brew with the Idle Wife. You know what every bath bomb filled bath needs? A candle! Check out our best candle making kits so you can make your own.

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See Kate Sew’s bath bombs

how to make bath bombs

It’s a good idea to store your freshly made bath bombs in an airtight container, but if they’re a present or likely to be used soon then store them in this pretty DIY wash bag by See Kate Sew. Why not make some reusable makeup pads to give alongside your bath bombs? We’ve got a free reusable cotton pads tutorial just for you.

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