Bath Bombs for Stress

9 Materials
30 Minutes

Check out how easy it is to make these stress-relieving bath bombs! Did you know that stress can cause or make worse many health-related diseases? T

The number of bath bombs this recipe will make completely depends on which size bath bomb mold you use. The photos here show 1 large, 2 medium and 2 small.

1 cup powdered buttermilk

1/4 cup arrowroot

2 cups baking soda

1/4 cup kaolin clay

1/4 cup dead sea salts

A large mixing bowl

1/3 cup coconut oil

1 tablespoon cupuacu butter

Stainless steel bath bomb molds

10-20 drops of clary sage essential oil

1-2 tablespoons spirulina powder

Spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol

1-2 tablespoons green tea Matcha powder

2 smaller mixing bowls

Check out this Dried Spirulina & Matcha Bath Bombs Recipe. You will love these stress-relieving bath bombs!

Simply mix the dry ingredients together.

Then, very slowly add the wet ingredients.

Press them into a bath bomb mold.

Allow them to dry completely.

Bath bombs make a wonderful gift for the holidays. Or, you can make these and keep them for yourself. You can change the size of the bath bomb mold. Just keep in mind that it may need to dry longer for larger bath bombs.

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  • Suzanne Novoselac Suzanne Novoselac on Jul 14, 2021

    Can these be used in a shower? I live in a 55+ building, and all apartments have showers. I was thinking of making some for our fall craft show.


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