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How to Formulate a Basic Bath Bomb Recipe

How to Formulate a Basic Bath Bomb Recipe

 

The recipes below are a great starting point if you don’t know where to start! If you want to experiment with other ingredients, keep the ratios of wet to dry ingredients the same as you make your changes.

Basic Bath Bomb Recipe
Dry Ingredients:
Citric Acid – 1 cup
Baking Soda – 2 cups
Arrowroot Powder – ¼ cup
Epson Salt – ¼ cup

Wet Ingredients:
Avocado Oil – .5 oz. 
Alcohol – .5 oz. 
Fragrance (1-2%) or Essential Oil (1%) 

 

Oatmeal & Milk Bath Bomb Recipe
Dry Ingredients:
Citric Acid – 1 cup
Baking Soda – 2 cups
Milk Powder – 1/8 cup
Colloidal Oatmeal – 1/8 cup
Epson Salt – ¼ cup

Wet Ingredients:
Avocado Oil – .5 oz. 
Alcohol – .5 oz. 
Fragrance (1-2%) or Essential Oil (1%) 

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The butter in this bath bomb solidifies the bath bomb quickly to help combat humidity. Try this recipe if you’re having issues with warting in humid conditions. A stand mixer is best when using this recipe to make sure the butters have been fully mixed in. 

Dry Ingredients:
Citric Acid – 1 cup
Baking Soda – 2 cups
Arrowroot Powder – ¼ cup
Epson Salt – ¼ cup

Wet Ingredients:
Shea Butter – .2 oz. 
Cocoa Butter – .2 oz. 
Alcohol – .5 oz. 
Fragrance (1-2%) or Essential Oil (1%) 

 

 

Basic Bath Fizzie Process

 

Step 1: Measure the citric acid, baking soda, arrowroot powder and epson salt into a mixing bowl. Break up any clumps and mix with a whisk to mix fully. 

Step 2: Measure the wet ingredients (oil, alcohol & essential oil) into another container. If you are using an oil soluble colorant, add to the wet ingredients and mix with a mini-mixer. If you are using butters, melt. 

Step 3: While using a whisk to mix, pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients. Don’t dump, but don’t pour too slowly or the alcohol will evaporate. Pour it like you’re pouring creamer into coffee. 

*When you start getting into higher production of bath fizzies, it really helps to mix in a stand mixer. 

Step 4: Mix hard and fast with the whisk. If you mix too slowly, the mixture might start activating the reaction between the citric acid and baking soda. You want to get it incorporated fairly quickly. 

Step 5: Once you think you have everything mixed, test the mixture. It should be similar to wet sand. When you clump some in your hand, it should hold its shape. 

Step 6: Form using a bath fizzy scooper, bath bomb mold or soap mold of your choice. 

Step 7: Let dry in a cool dry place. 

Step 8: Package and enjoy!

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