Sprinkle Bath Bombs for Kids

10 Materials
30 Minutes

If you’re looking for a bath bomb for kids, why not make these sprinkle bath bombs. Learn to make a sprinkle bath bomb to make tub time fun.

Bath time should be fun for kids and there are lots of ways you can make it a more enjoyable time.

It can be tough to get some kids to slow down enough to take a bath. But, by making bath time more fun, they are more likely to want to. 

I’ve found that many of the bubble bath and scented bath products for kids are loaded with questionable ingredients. Thankfully, this sprinkle bath bomb is safe for your child’s sensitive skin.

So, if you’ve ever tried the Lush bombs with the candy sprinkles on them and fallen in love, there is no reason why you can’t use these for yourself or your teen. They are soothing and relaxing and super cute. 

I use essential oils when I make bath bombs because they are natural. I am not a fan of the artificial fragrances used in fragrance oils.

This project uses rose essential oil but you can easily use any scent you like. Why not use lavender for a relaxing bath time. Or, you could use chamomile or lemon instead if you prefer.

  • Mix the ingredients together slowly.
  • Spoon the mixture into the bath bomb molds leaving an indentation in the center.
  • Then, add the sprinkles to the center of the indentation.
  • Fill the rest of the bath bomb mold and let them harden.

Get the full directions and supply list in my blog post.

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