Pamper yourself or a loved one with this DIY Valentine’s Day Rose Petal Bath Bomb!
Have you ever wanted to make your own DIY Lush bath bomb? You’ve come to the right video. This is an easy DIY bath bomb without cornstarch. Stay tuned til the end of the video to see the bath bomb demo with rose petals floating atop the water.
What’s your favorite bath bomb? Leave a comment below letting me know!
I used vanilla extract for the bath bomb to give it a warm, sweet scent, but feel free to use essential oils instead to have a consistency that is more comparable to a Lush bath bomb. Please keep in mind that vanilla extract and essential oils are NOT the same thing.
For the mold, I used a plastic, clear Christmas tree ornament that I picked up from Michael’s. These are less than $2 dollars each — a great deal!
To activate the bath bomb, use warm water to fill your bathtub and drop in your bath bomb.
1 cup Baking Soda
1/2 cup Citric Acid
1/2 cup Mixture of Sea Salt and Himalayan Salt
2 tsp Coconut Oil
2 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
Pinch of Dried Rose Petals
1. Mix dry ingredients (baking soda, citric acid, sea salt/himalayan salt)
2. Melt the coconut oil by putting it in the microwave for approx. 30 seconds
3. Mix wet ingredients (melted coconut oil and vanilla extract)
4. Slowly add the wet ingredients a few drops at a time into the dry ingredients until the mixture develops a sandy texture
5. Pour a pinch of dried rose petals into one half of the ornament and fill the rest with the mixture
6. Fill the other half of the ornament with the mixture
7. Connect the two halves of the ornament and twist them around to tighten and ensure they stick to each other
8. Leave to dry overnight in a cool environment. Moisture and humidity will alter the consistency of the bath bomb.
9. Take the bath bomb out of the mold
10. Drop into a warm bath and enjoy!
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