These awesomely mild and smooth avocado bath bombs are so deliciously moist and fizzy at the same time, it’s like a fun fizzy cloud–that leaves my legs feeling amazing!
Avocado Bath Bombs
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are about up-to-here with this whole…everything. I need a break, a smooth release. And these mild, easy and fizzy homemade bath bombs were what I needed to recenter and re-energize.
Also, I was just feeling kind of crusty and dry all the way around with the weather changes–so my body kind of needed that mild fizzy action too. And the real avocado in these DIY bath bombs made my skin feel so silky smooth, I feel like a new lady. Well, at least for the next couple of hours. LOL!
If you’re ready to bring on the fresh, smooth feeling of avocado, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Bath Bombs With Avocado
- These avocado bath bombs are so easy to make but they give you this great moist feeling–and all with one awesome ingredient. All you do is follow the directions below and you won’t be disappointed.
- I typically recommend letting your bath bombs dry for at least 24 hours so they’ll be as fizzy as possible. Plus, when bath bombs dry for that long, if the mixture was accidentally too wet, you’ll still get that awesome fizz.
- To ensure that these DIY bath bombs remain at top-fizziness peak, always keep them stored in an air-tight container of some kind. Even, if you plan to gift them to a friend or neighbor, give them inside that airtight container.
- As with anything you’re making at home, you are always welcome to put as much fragrance or colorant into your avocado bath bombs as you want–it’s your project. But I caution you to never use food coloring–not only will it color your skin but also the bathtub and your towels and everything it might touch. So, stick with the soap colorant or mica powders to be safe.
- This avocado bath bomb is made-up of essential oil, citric acid, and a bit of water (with some other stuff but that’s the basic recipe). That’s seriously all there is to it. So, if you’re having trouble getting your bath bombs to hold their shape, they’re probably not wet enough. Just add a little water and try again. But if you keep having trouble, check out this article on trouble-shooting bath bombs and shower fizzies.
How Do I Make Avocado Bath Bombs?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
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- Donut Bath Bombs – For a fun and almost silly bath bomb that the kids are going to go bonkers over, make these easy donut bath bombs–they really look like a donut and smell fun.
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