Tie Dye Bath Bombs
How to make Tie-Dye Bath Bombs
Featuring lots of color, these Tie-Dye Bath Bombs are scented with the complex Flower Child Fragrance Oil.
Serves: About Ten bath bombs
- About 10 Bath Bomb Mold & Package
- 3 cups Baking Soda
- 1½ cups Citric Acid
- 1.5 oz. Hemp Seed Oil (Refined)
- 12 mL Flower Child Fragrance Oil
- Rosy Pink La Bomb
- Irish Green La Bomb
- Adobe Brick La Bomb
- Daisy Yellow La Bomb
- Cornflower Blue La Bomb
- Optional: Witch Hazel and droppers
- In a large bowl, add the baking soda and citric acid. Use your hands to break up any clumps. To help make the mixture extremely smooth, you can strain the mixture through a fine mesh strainer. Citric acid has a tendency to take off nail polish, so wear gloves to protect your manicure. =)
- Add the refined hemp seed oil directly into the mixture, and use your hands to work the oil throughout the dry ingredients. Continue to mix for several minutes until the oil is completely incorporated.
- Add the Flower Child Fragrance Oil into the mixture, and use your hands to thoroughly mix in.
- Split the mixture equally into 5 containers. It’s okay to eyeball it! We found that each container will have a little bit more than 1 cup.
- Add drops of each La Bomb colorant into separate containers, and use your hands to mix in. Increase the color a few drops at a time. Remember, a little La Bomb colorant goes a long way! Continue to add drops of the La Bomb colorants until you are happy with each color.
- Check the moisture of your fizzies. When squeezed with your hand, the mixture should hold its shape. If not, add spritzes of witch hazel into each container, mixing between every couple sprays, until each container has a texture similar to wet sand. Try to work as quickly as possible!
- Begin adding spoonfuls of various colors into one half of the bath bomb mold, pressing gently after each layer. There is no right or wrong color combination, have fun with it!
- Once one half of the bath bomb mold is filled, begin layering other colors into the other half of the bath bomb mold. Slightly overfill the last color in each bath bomb mold to form small peaks. Firmly press the two halves together. Make sure the interlocking seals are clear of any bath bomb mixture so they can click together. If they don’t push fully together, you can add another pinch of mix between the two halves.
- Allow the bath bombs to dry in the mold and package for several hours. To use, drop the fizzy into the tub and enjoy! Because the bath fizzy contains oil, it may make the bottom of your tub a little slippery, so be careful when exiting the tub.
- Amber Hatton