These fizzy bath bombs are fun to make and even more fun to use. Watch them spin and bubble as you drop them into a hot bath.
: 20 minutes plus at least 24 hours drying time.
: 5-10's, Over 10's
These quantities make around 9 ice cube sized bath bombs
Make sure all your equipment is totally dry as any moisture will start the ingredients fizzing.
Sieve the dry ingredients
Wet ingredients in a separate bowl
Mix quickly with your fingers
The mixture should by powdery but clump when squeezed
Ready to be pressed down firmly
We made hearts, stars and fish using these cheap ice cube trays from IKEA
Fun fizzy fish
Add one to your bath and enjoy the fizz!
In humid or damp conditions, the finished bath bombs will quickly pick up moisture from the air and start to develop a bubbly surface. It's best to keep them in a dry airtight container and plan to use them within a few days.
#5 to 10s
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