I used to love peaches and cream EVERYTHING and these DIY Lush-inspired peaches and cream bath bombs take me back and bring all the fizzy awesomeness with them!
Peaches and Cream Bath Bombs
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are in some serious need of self care lately. Something about the kid not being at school, the weather being nutty and nothing (I MEAN NOTHING) being open that we can go do. If self care is for wusses, I am self-labeling as a wuss post-haste. And I decided to start with a throwback of one of my favorite fragrances turned into a bath bomb: peaches and cream. Now for an episode of Jem while I relax until I’m wrinkly.
Just kidding. I can’t stand that show now. But that’s the carefree feeling I’m going for. If you’re ready to grab that carefree preteen love of peaches and cream with some peach bath bombs, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make PEach Bath Bombs
- These peaches and cream bath bombs are so simple–and smell just like 1984’s favorite fragrance. And despite how hard they might look with those cute layers–they’re not. Just go through the easy directions below and get ready to fizz!
- I always recommend letting your DIY bath bombs dry for at least 24 hours so you get the most fizzy for your bath time enjoyment. Plus, by letting them dry for that long, if the mixture got a little wetter than absolutely necessary, that will get your fizz going again.
- To make sure your Lush-inspired bath bombs remain at top-fizziness, always store them in an air-tight container. Even, if you’re gifting them to a friend or neighbor, keep them in that airtight container they get the best fizzies.
- There is an ingredient which is optional, Polysorbate 80. The purpose of this emulsifier is to limit the oils and butters from pooling at the top of the water, as well as to reduce mica from adhering to the walls of the tub.
- As with any DIY project, put as much fragrance or colorant into your peaches and cream bath bombs as you’d like–they’re your bath bombs. But please never use food coloring–that’s a guaranteed way to color your skin and the bathtub, requiring all sorts of scrubbing and frustration. So, for the love of staying the color you were when you hopped in the tub, stick with soap colorant or mica powders.
- This peach bath bomb is made of essential oil, citric acid, polysorbate 80, and a little bit of water (with some other ingredients), all mixed together in a large bowl. That’s seriously all there is to it. So, if you’re having trouble getting one to hold it’s shape, its likely because it’s not wet enough. Add a little water and try again. But if you’re still having trouble, see this article on trouble-shooting bath bombs and shower fizzies to find out your options to remake them.
How Do I Make Peaches and Cream Bath Bombs?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
More Easy Lush Inspired Bath Bombs You Might Like
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- Bright and Brilliant Rainbow Bath Bombs – It’s like a rainbow on a rainy day that makes your bath time more fun than you can imagine.
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