Homemade Rose Bath Bombs
Looking for a way to relieve your daily stress? A nice, long hot soak in a soothing bath can be just the answer. The scent you include in your bath will surround your senses making for a very pleasurable experience. These Homemade Rose Bath Bombs are simple to make, smell divine, and so relaxing in your bath water, you’ll wish you had found the recipe and made them sooner. The dried rose buds add a romantic twist and a hint of true luxury.
Homemade Rose Bath Bombs Ingredients
• ½ Cup Baking Soda
• ¼ Cup Citric Acid (If you don’t have citric acid at home, you can purchase Citric Acid here)
• Dried Rose Buds (If you don’t have dried rose petals at home, you can purchase Dried Rose Petals here)
• 1 TBSP Water
• Mini Whisk or Fork (If you don’t have a mini whisk at home, you can purchase a Mini Whisk here
• Mini Muffin Pan (If you don’t have a mini muffin pan at home, you can purchase a Mini Muffin Pan here
Homemade Rose Bath Bombs Instructions
• In a small mixing bowl combine baking soda and citric acid; mix together with a whisk or fork.
• When your mixture is well mixed, carefully add the water drop by drop and mix with your whisk or fork immediately. The water causes the mixture to fizz up so you will need to stir the mixture quickly to make sure it doesn’t react.
• Once you’re happy with the consistency of your bath bomb mixture add the dried rose buds and mix together.
• Pour the mixture content into your mini pan and pat down firmly.
• Allow to dry for at least 2 hours before removing.
• When ready to remove simply flip the pan upside down and pop the Homemade Rose Bath Bombs out.
• Makes 8 Homemade Rose Bath Bombs
• To use, simply drop a Homemade Rose Bath Bombs or two into your bath tub and enjoy the relaxation.
If you love the smell of roses as much as I do, try making these Rose Petal Soaps! These are a perfect compliment to the Homemade Rose Bath Bombs!
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