Rose Sparkle Bath Bombs

Sparkle Power


1 Cup Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)

1/2 Cup Citric Acid

1/2 Cup Corn Starch

1/2 Cup Coarse Epsom Salt

1.5 Tablespoons Avocado Oil

9 mL Love Spell Fragrance Oil

Rosy Pink LaBomb Colorant

Iridescent Glitter

Rose Mold

Witch Hazel

ONE: Place a wire mesh strainer on top of a bowl. Measure out the Baking Soda, Citric Acid and Corn Starch and pour into the bowl through the strainer. Work the powders through the strainer to remove any clumps. Remove the strainer from the bowl.

Sifting powders

TWO: Add the Coarse Epsom Salt to the powders and mix with your hands until combined.

Adding salt to mix

THREE: Add the Avocado Oil to the dry ingredients and mix using your hands until there are no more clumps.

TIP: Wear gloves when mixing if you don’t want to ruin your nail polish!

Adding Avocado Oil

FOUR: Add the Love Spell Fragrance Oil and mix until well incorporated.

FIVE: Color with Rosy Pink LaBomb, mixing in a few drops at a time until you’re happy with the color. But remember, the more color you add, the more likely it is that the bath fizzy will color the bath water, which may not be your ideal result. If you want to know more about LaBomb Colorants, check out the Talk It Out Tuesday post where we answer all your questions!

Adding Colorant

SIX: Spray the mix with Witch Hazel (I used between 10 and 15 sprays). Mix in with your hands until the mixture clumps in your fist.

Spraying with Witch Hazel

SEVEN: Fill the first cavity of the Rose Mold about halfway full with bath fizzy mixture. Pack down the mix into the mold, then add 1/8 – 1/4 teaspoon of Iridescent Glitter in a pile in the center. Cover the glitter with enough bath fizzy mix to fill the rest of the mold. Repeat this step with all cavities.
Adding Glitter

EIGHT: Leave the bath bombs in the molds overnight or until they are hard enough to unmold. These are ready to use right away, or wrap them up and save them for later. Enjoy!