Make Easy Cotton Candy Bath Bombs for a Fun Bath Time Treat!
No kidding, these cotton candy bath bombs are super fun, really easy and the smell amazing. They’re the most fun-inspired bath bomb I’ve made in a while.
Cotton Candy Bath Bombs
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we have the best time coming up with easy bath bomb recipes to help keep the kiddo motivated to take a bath. Plus, it’s just fun to have a little fizzy in my own bath. So, when the kiddo asked for cotton candy bath bombs, I wasn’t about to say no. And then when she asked for sprinkles? Be. Still. My. Heart.
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So we immediately got to work. No jokes, we pulled together the supplies and got our hands messy–so we could get fizzy ASAP. The resulting cotton candy bath bombs were the best smelling bath bombs ever. If you’re ready to make a cotton candy scented bath bomb, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Cotton Candy Scented Bath Bombs
- These easy cotton candy scented bath bombs come together so quick and fast. Just follow the directions in the recipe below and you won’t be disappointed.
- I usually recommend letting your bath bombs dry for at least 24 hours so you get the most fizzy for your effort. Plus, when you let them dry for that long, if for some reason, the mixture accidentally got a bit wetter than it should have, you’ll still get all the fizz.
- If you want to keep your Lush-inspired bath bombs at their top-fizziness peak, store them in an air-tight container. And keep in mind, if you’re giving them as a gift for a friend or neighbor, you should keep them in that airtight container.
- Put as much fragrance or color into your cotton candy bath bombs as you want-–they’re your bath bombs and it’s your bath. But never ever use any kind of food coloring–you’ll color your skin with a nice shade of blue and the bathtub, too. So, even though it’s less convenient, use soap colorant or mica powders.
- This cotton candy 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 this Cotton Candy Bath Bombs?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
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