I’m so in love with these Princess Jasmine bath bombs! They are perfect for a bath time full of color, sparkles, wonder, and whimsy. If you have a princess fan in your house, make these in about 20-minutes.
Princess Jasmine Bath Bombs
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I have respect and admiration for the beautiful and strong Princess Jasmine. My daughter thinks she’s a born leader and will be an amazing queen one day. Plus, she gets to ride on a magic carpet which, in the eyes of my daughter, may be the coolest thing ever.
When my daughter ran out of her Rapunzel bath bombs and her Snow White bath bombs were on their way to being gone, too, I knew exactly what princess I was going to feature in our next princess bath bombs series.
I couldn’t be more pleased about how these Princess Jasmine bath bombs turned out! They’re sweet and pretty, and super bubbly, just like the princess namesake. Let’s get started.
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Tips to Make this, the Coolest of Princess Jasmine Crafts
- Be sure to store your princess bath bombs in an air-tight container until you’re ready to use them. If they get damp, they’ll lose their fizz before you’re ready.
- Get the kids involved in helping make these Princess Jasmine bath bombs. They can help put the colors in and stir. This is a fun Princess Jasmine craft to do together.
- 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.
- If you want to make these into shower fizzies instead of bath bombs, use a flat-bottomed mold instead of a round one or just use half the mold and tap it flat. Safety first.
How Do I Make these Princess Jasmine Bath Bombs?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you’re making an Aladdin crafts for kids playlist on YouTube, here is our Princess Jasmine bath bombs video tutorial.
- 2 cups baking soda
- 1/2 cup citric acid
- 1/4 cup cornstarch
- 1/4 cup Epsom salts, fine grain works best
- 1/4 cup white kaolin clay
- 1/3 cup coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon polysorbate 80, optional
- 10-20 drops of ylang ylang essential oil
- 10-20 drops of marjoram essential oil
- Teal mica powder
- Blue cosmetic glitter
- Princess ring
- Stainless steel bath bomb molds
- Spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol
- 1 large mixing bowl
- 2 small bowls
- In a large mixing bowl, add the baking soda, citric acid, Epsom salts, white kaolin clay and cornstarch. Whisk dry ingredients together.
- Add the geranium and myrrh essential oils to the coconut oil.
- Add the coconut oil to the dry ingredients. This binds all the ingredients together, so you bath bombs don’t crumble when you touch them!
- Add the polysorbate 80. This helps the coconut oil disperse more evenly in your bath water, makes the bath bombs bubbly and prevents the mica from sticking to the side of the tub.
- Mix the ingredients together. I use my hands to break down any lumps and make sure everything is really mixed in there. The mixture is perfect when it holds together when you press it into your hands and feels like wet sand. Separate mixture into 2 small bowls.
- Add 1 tablespoon of the teal mica and blue cosmetic glitter into one of the small bowls. Add 2 tablespoons of the teal mica and blue cosmetic glitter into the other small bowl.
- Mix each bowl until color is well blended into the bath bomb mixture. Add a more color if the mixture in either bowl is not the shade you want. Continue to add a bit and mix until you get the color you want.
- Add about 1 tablespoon of one of the colors to the large bath bomb mold. Place the ring on top and continue to layer the colors into each side of the bath bomb mold until full.
- Press both sides of the mold together firmly, grinding together to get rid of the excess mixture. Tap both sides of the mold and gently release the bomb. Allow to dry a minimum of 24 hours. If your climate is wet or cold, allow an additional 24 hours. My rule of thumb is that when it is hard to the touch, they are ready for the tub! Store in an airtight container until ready for use.
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