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Bath Bomb Recipe - Article

In this busy world today Aromatherapy is the most popular and best natural health treatment. Aromatherapy is the phenomenon of using volatile and aromatic pure essential oils from plants, for psychological and physical well-being. The oils are absorbed through inhaling or applying them on the skin. Aromatherapy is also used for prevention and treatment of skin diseases. The use of bath bomb recipe is one of the best methods of prevention.

Bath bomb recipe is used in bathtubs. It is dropped in the bathtub before entering into the tub. bath bomb recipe will release enormous tiny scented bubbles in the tub. After the bath, these bath bomb recipe leave the skin with smell of fragrance and smooth feeling.

One can make the bath bomb recipe himself.  The bath bomb recipe is as follows.

The ingredients for making a bath bomb recipe are:

Dry Ingredients of bath bomb recipe: 1 cup baking soda, 1/2 cup citric acid, 1/2 cup corn starch, 1/3 cup Epsom salts or coarse sea salt (optional - to add shine to the bomb and making the fizzing action more vigorous).

Wet Ingredients of bath bomb recipe: 2 1/2 T. sunflower or other light oil, 3/4 T. water (rosewater or any other floral water can also be used), 1/4 teaspoon and up to 1 teaspoon of desired essential oils or fragrance oils, 1/4 teaspoon borax powder (emulsifier), vegetable or other natural color (optional).

Method of Preparation of bath bomb recipe:

To make bath bomb recipe first sieve and mix the dry ingredients together and stir until well blended. Ascorbic acid can be used instead of citric acid but usually not recommended, as it turns yellow when exposed to air, which gives the bombs a freckled appearance. Then measure and combine all the wet ingredients in a clean jar, cover the jar tightly and shake well.

Add the wet ingredients mixture by drizzling it to the dry mixture slowly and carefully in order to avoid reaction. The bath bomb recipe mixture is very dry and has to be packed in the moulds quite firmly to give shape. The bath bomb recipe mixture should hold together when pressed in hand. Make sure that it is properly mixed and try to work quickly so that it doesn't dry out too much before it is molded.

Take teaspoonful of the bath bomb recipe mixture in hand and form balls. Keep the balls on a sheet of wax paper and leave them for 2 to 3 hours. Then unmold and reshape the balls again. If the bath bomb recipe bomb splits or crumbles while molding, then empty them on to your working jar and start making the balls again. If the bombs don’t keep shape, then add a tiny bit more oil (1/4 tsp or less). Sometimes the bombs crack a little after a day or so; just gently rub the crack with your fingers to smooth it. Watch the bombs for about half an hour after making them. Sometimes little beads of moisture appear on the bombs. It is due to the reaction, which makes them foam because of the moisture content of the air. To avoid the reaction, wrap the bombs completely in a clean, dry cloth and place them directly under a fan. Once the outside gets harden, the reaction will stop.

Dry the bath bomb recipe bombs for 7-10 days, although they can be used after a couple of days. Store them in a closed container.

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