This Christmas bath bomb recipe is a perfect DIY for a holiday gift or to pamper yourself. You don’t need much to get started.
This Christmas Bath Bomb Recipe is a Great Gift Idea
We love making our own DIY bath bombs here on Ruffles and Rain Boots. In fact, we don’t stop there! We make our own shower fizzies, sugar body scrubs, and even foot soaks.
For this Christmas bath bomb recipe, I’ve chosen to include a couple of winter-soothing ingredients:
- peppermint candies add a bit of holiday fun while the oil helps to improve focus and invigorate
- Epsom salt in the bath bomb will soothe tired muscles.
- coconut oil will moisturize your skin and leave it silky smooth.
Let’s get started making these fun holiday bath bombs.
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Supplies for Christmas Bath Bombs
This recipe will make 3 2.2-inch bath bombs or about 6 1-inch, depending on the mold used. Grab a whisk if you have one and if not, a fork.
- 1/2 cup baking soda
- 1/4 cup Epsom salt (unscented)
- 1/4 cup citric acid
- 1/4 cup cornstarch
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil (or other oil such as jojoba, in liquid form)
- 1 tablespoon water
- 10-15 drops of peppermint essential oil
- 4-5 drops red or pink soap colorant (the mix will lighten, so color accordingly)
- 2-3 candy canes, crushed or 10 peppermint candies, crushed
- plastic Christmas ornaments or plastic Christmas ornaments
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How to Make Christmas Bath Bombs
These really are fun to make and let’s face it: anytime you get to smash candy with a hammer is a good time. If you have a playlist on YouTube to which you’d like to add this project, here is our Christmas bath bombs video tutorial.
How to Use and Store This Bath Bomb Recipe
I know you’re probably familiar with how to use bath bombs, however, if you’re not… Fbathtubth tub with warm water (or a foot tub for a fun pedicure) and drop in a Christmas bath bomb.
Store these in an airtight container or shrink-wrapped in cello. It’s really easy to do this: get cello bags (I use at least 4×6 inch), a hair dryer or heat gun, and heat the bomb in the plastic. Press down to make sure it’s a tight seal all around.
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