DIY Bath Bomb Recipe This easy bath bomb recipe features simple, nourishing ingredients for a relaxing bath. Great for kids and adults alike!

Equipment – Digital scale – Bath bomb mold – Medium mixing bowl – Fine mist spray bottle

Materials West Park Dental General Dentistry Sponsored by Yelp Learn more – 8 ounces baking soda 1 cup – 4 ounces citric acid 1/2 cup – 4 ounces sea salt 1/2 cup – 2 TBSP carrier oil this one is my favorite but any will do

– 2 tsp witch hazel or water in a spray bottle – 1 tsp vanilla extract optional – 60 drops essential oils of choice optional – 2 TBSP dried flowers or herbs optional – 10-20 drops natural food dye optional

Instructions Mix baking soda, citric acid, and sea salt in a large bowl. Mix carrier oil, vanilla extract, essential oils, and natural dye in a small bowl. Slowly add wet ingredients to dry and mix until crumbly.

Add dried flowers or herbs. Mix the witch hazel or water into the bath bomb mixture. When squeezed, the mixture should hold together. Like wet sand. If not, add more witch hazel.

– Firmly press the bath bomb mixture into silicone molds, muffin tins, ice cube trays, or bath bomb molds.

– Gently turn the molds over onto a flat surface to remove the bath bombs and allow to dry for 48 hours, or until hardened.