These Disney Princess bath bombs are a collection of our favorite scents, styles, and techniques for DIY bath bomb recipes to make at home. And the kids LOVE them!
Disney Princess Bath Bombs
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I share a lot of bath bomb recipes because it’s fun and I get to choose the ingredients. Nearly all of my recipes will be gentle on the skin and will be loved by all ages.
Like someone you know, my daughter is very, very, very into all things Disney right now. Disney princesses sit alongside superheroes, dragons, and LEGOs. I love it!
Recently, we were making a batch of fun mermaid bath bombs and we brainstormed what each bath bomb would look like for each Disney Princess. She was so excited it was inevitable they’d end up among our other DIY bath bombs.
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I love to make bath bombs and you’re interested in them, too. It’s also clear at least one member of my household loves Disney princesses and yours does, too. We have so much in common. ;)
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Tips for Making Bath Bombs at Home
Within each recipe, I cover the basics and even share the tricks I use to ensure my bath bombs come out perfectly each time. However, if you’re new to making bath bombs at home, here are a few tips.
- Get yourself a set of stainless steel molds (my favorites are here on this list). Even though they aren’t expensive, my first set has lasted 6 years and I still use them!
- Use any scent you like – the sky is the limit. I like to try combinations, but my daughter’s favorite is still lavender because it helps to calm down kids before bed.
- It’s fun to add a little toy, jewel, ring, or trinket to any bath bomb for kids. Tuck it right in the middle between the two halves and be sure to let them dry overnight.
- Err on the side of less is more when it comes to moisture. Over-saturating the mix will cause the chemical reaction (the fizzing) to start.
- All of my bath bomb recipes can be used as shower fizzies as they are written, so use a little of the mix for yourself. ;)
- If you want to add a LOT of fizz to any bath bomb, pick up some SLSA. It boosts the foaming aspect but note – if there is sulfite-sensitive skin involved, SLSA can irritate it, so I exclude it from most of homemade bath bomb recipes. You can leave it off or use EasyFoam.
Princess Cinderella Bath Bombs – recipe coming soon
When she was three, one of my little girl’s favorite books was the Little Golden Cinderella book. How could we not make Cinderella bath bombs? They are simple and elegant, just like the beloved princess. And boy, do they sparkle!
Rapunzel Bath Bombs (Tangled)
If you have a Rapunzel fan (shown in the Disney movie Tangled), these Rapunzel bath bombs are for you. The colors – oh, the colors are amazing in person. The bath water turns purple amid the fizzing and little girls love it.
Snow White Bath Bombs
Another classic Disney princess is represented here on Ruffles and Rain Boots. My Snow White bath bombs are vibrant and really help to bring her to life with an adorable apple soap embed. Psst: if you have a Snow White fan, check out these No-Sew Snow White Minnie Mouse ears. Even if they’re not heading to Disney, they’ll probably wear them to Target like my daughter.
Queen Elsa Bath Bombs (FROZEN) – recipe coming soon
The ice queen is one of my favorites mostly because the soundtrack to Disney’s FROZEN is chill-inducing. Is it weird to say I actually tear up when I hear, “Let it Go?” These Queen Elsa bath bombs are a three-colored ombre in teal hues and sparkle like there’s no tomorrow.
Princess Anna Bath Bombs (FROZEN) – recipe coming soon
The adorable, sweet sister to the ice queen is another favorite around here. For these Princess Anna bath bombs, I chose to represent her with the deepest hues I could find and they are stunning. The bath water turns a dark purple.
Princess Moana Bath Bombs – recipe coming soon
I’m going to share with you a little secret: this is my favorite Disney movie right now. It’s funny, the soundtrack is nothing short of perfect, and it features a strong lead (and a hilarious Maui). We chose to stick to muted tones for our Moana bath bombs. So very natural and the tropical smell will transport anyone to the islands.
Princess Belle Bath Bombs – recipe coming soon
My daughter’s favorite princess Belle from Beauty and the Beast. She loves the adventure Belle goes on and that she is always reading a book. I really like the strength and compassion the story brings to light. These Belle bath bombs are simple and a perfect starter bath bomb design because I use a little cheat you can pick up at the craft store.
Princess Ariel Bath Bombs – recipe coming soon
What little girl doesn’t love Ariel? I mean, she’s a mermaid who gets to walk on land, talk to animals, and go on one heck of an adventure. These Ariel bath bombs are vibrant and steady, just like the little mermaid.
Princess Merida Bath Bombs – recipe coming soon
If you haven’t seen this, Disney’s Brave features another strong and independent lead. The feisty Merida bath bombs She’s adventurous, testing, and rarely asks for permission… just like many little Disney princess fans we know.
Princess Tiana Bath Bombs – recipe coming soon
Oh, the music in Disney’s The Princess and the Frog is so catchy, you’ll be singing it years later. We have a great time acting out a few swamp scenes. For these Princess Tiana bath bombs, I chose a few shades of green and yellow in a pattern which reminds me of her flowing, sparkling dress.
Princess Jasmine Bath Bombs – recipe coming soon
I have such love for Disney’s Aladdin story. For kids, the brave Aladdin, hilarious genie, and beautiful Jasmine make it a good movie. But watching it as an adult, I see so much more in this tale. These Princess Jasmine bath bombs feature the strong teal of her famous outfit. If you have a big Jasmine fan, hide a golden jewel or ring inside the bath bomb – they’ll love it!
Princess Aurora Bath Bombs – recipe coming soon
For the longest time, I couldn’t remember Sleeping Beauty’s name, so for most of my life I called her, “the pink princess.” These Aurora bath bombs are various shades of pink with a little pink sparkle added for good measure.
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