Monday, April 30, 2018

The Best Bath Bomb Recipes to Make At Home

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How to make bath bombs - even better than Lush bath bombs

If you are looking for the best bath bomb recipes, you are in the right place! 

If you are addicted to Lush bath bombs, why not save some money and learn how to make bath bombs at home? Most of these bath bomb recipes make multiple bath bombs, so keep some for yourself and give some as gifts! 

Bath bombs make an easy DIY gift idea that everyone loves!

Who wouldn't love a little bath fizzy that you can drop in your bath tub to make bubbles, soothe your skin and make you smell good? 

Lucky for you, Lush isn't the only place to get bath bombs - several of my favorite bloggers have great recipes for how to make bath bombs that will have you crafting your very own bath fizzies in no time!

Learn how to make bath bombs using simple ingredients found in most kitchens combined with essential oils to add a soothing or cheering effect.

Best Bath Bomb Essential Oils & Supplies

My favorite essential oils are from Rocky Mountain Oils - so skip the overpriced oils from multi-level marketers and get high quality, reasonably priced oils from them.

In addition to the essential oils you want to use to scent your bath bombs, stock up on some of these bath bomb making essentials:


Learn how to make bath bombs at home - they're even better than Lush bath bombs

The Best Bath Bomb Recipes:
More than 15 different ways to make DIY bath bombs!

how to make DIY bath bombs 
from Beauty Crafter
In addition to smelling absolutely delightful, rose has been used homeopathically to help regulate menstrual cycles and the anti-microbial properties have been thought to be especially healing to the skin, helping to sooth scratches and stretch marks.


How to make lush bath bombs
If you love fun scents without the sketchy artificial ingredients, you will love this lush bath bomb recipe. It uses a blend of essential oils that make it smell like bubble gum! This is one of the best bath bomb recipes for teens and tweens.


How to make DIY bath bombs for kids! You can make this with or withuot essential oils. This bath bomb recipe is super simple - just baking soda and citric acid with a toy inside! These are perfect for gifts, party favors, stocking stuffers or easter baskets. #bathbomb #bathbombrecipe #essentialoils
from Creative Green Living

Not all bath bomb recipes are kid friendly. This simple bath bomb recipe is perfect for kids because you can make a basic bath bomb with or without essential oils. This bath bomb tutorial also teaches you how to make bath bombs with toys inside! That makes these perfect stocking stuffers or gifts for kids (think party favors or Easter baskets, too!)



how to make bath bombs - natural headache remedies that really work
from Happy Mothering
If you or someone you love is prone to headaches, whip up some of these natural headache remedy bath bombs to have on hand when a soak in a relaxing bath is in order in order to help soothe away the pain.



from Creative Green Living
Worked a long day in the garden? Does your body ache? Give your sore muscles the relief they are asking for with this DIY bath bomb recipe featuring green tea and muscle-soothing essential oils like lemongrass and lavender.


how to make bath bombs - easy DIY bath bomb recipes
from Sugar, Spice and Glitter
Move over, Lush, a new fabulous bath bomb is in town! These donut bath bombs from Suger, Spice and Glitter are equal parts adorable and great for your skin. They're a little on the tiny side so depending on the size of your tub, you may need more than one.

This homemade bath bomb recipe is inspired by the Lush bath bomb recipe for AvoBath.It uses fresh avocado and essential oils to make a yummy lush inspired DIY bath bomb. This is one of the best bath bomb recipes for your skin! Learn how to make bath bombs where you can customize the scents and colors. #creativegreenliving #bathbombs #lush #lushbath #lushaddict #lushlife #lushcosmetics #bathbombrecipe #DIYbeauty
by Creative Green Living
One of Lush's best bath bomb recipes is filled with fresh avocado. Learn how to make your own Lush style bath bomb with avocado and essential oils in this homemade bath bomb recipe.


How to make DIY bath bombs at home
from Fit as a Mama Bear
When it's time to unwind at the end of the day, pop one or two of these sleepy time bath bombs in the tub to help soothe away your stress and soften your skin at the same time. Pretty soon you'll be sleeping like a baby!


Learn how to make bath bombs - even better than Lush bath bombs
from Diary of a Working Mom
If pumpkin spice is your favorite, you will love this fall cookie bath bomb recipe. Of course if you're worried someone in your house might eat them, you could also make them using a traditional bath bomb mold so they don't look quite so edible.


how to make bath bombs just like lush bath bombs
from Happiness is Homemade
Heidi from Happiness is Homemade says these are so easy that her four old can practically make them by himself! Is you are looking for an easy entry level bath bomb recipe that's hard to screw up, this looks like it would be the perfect recipe for you!


Easy DIY bath bomb recipe - learn how to make bath bombs at home
from Bitz n Giggles
Everyone loves rainbows! Making this sweet bath bomb recipe with rainbow sprinkles helps give them a little bit of pizzazz as they start to melt in the water. 


learn how to make DIY bath bombs at home
from Mama Instincts
Enjoy the bright, sweet scent of citrus in this fun bath bomb recipe from Mama Instincts. Both mama and her babies will enjoy these yummy bath treats.

Learn how to make Lush bath bombs as home
from Busy Mom's Helper
Relax to the comforting scents of pumpkin and spice in your bath with their Lush inspired bath bombs from Busy Mom's Helper.


How to make bath bombs - easy DIY bath bomb recipe
from Mama Instincts
With a combination of lavender, lemon and peppermint, these bath bombs would make a refreshing bath additive during allergy season to help keep your body's allergy response at bay. Not allergic? That's ok! They still smell divine.


How to make DIY bath bombs at home
from The Country Chic Cottage
Angie from The Country Chic Cottage is the queen of all things mason jar so it's no surprise to me that when she set out to make bath bombs, she also set out to make them shaped like adorable mason jars! She even teaches you how to make your own mason jar shaped mold for this project.


easy DIY bath bomb recipe
from Mad in Crafts
Jessica from Mad in Crafts has multiple spa inspired recipes on her site but this strawberry bath bomb recipe is a great starting point! I love how she keeps it real about how her first attempt at making these exploded! Whoa! Don't worry, though, because she tells you how to make sure yours don't explode, too!



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Carissa Bonham from Creative Green Living

About the Author:

Carissa is a lifelong crafter and mom of two creative boys. The owner and lead writer for Creative Green Living, she is also the author of Beautiful Smoothie Bowls as well as several ebooks. You can also find her projects featured in magazines like Kids Crafts 1-2-3 and Capper's Farmer. Her goal is to empower families to make easy projects and healthier choices that are beautiful and fun! Follow her on PinterestInstagramTwitter or join the Creative Green Living community group.
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