Princess Tiana Bath Bombs are an Amazing Gift for your Little Princess
These Princess Tiana bath bombs are an amazing gift for any The Princess and the Frog fan. Let’s get started on this Disney Princess bath fizzy for kids.
Tiana Bath Bombs
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I am on a roll with making these Disney Princess bath bombs for my daughter. When I was coming up with some fun Disney bath bombs for the kids, there was no way I was leaving out the most determined, strong princess in the Disney-verse.
Tiana bath bombs were definitely on my list to make, although kissing frogs may never be. :) Let’s get started.
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Tips to Make this, the best of all The Princess and the Frog Crafts
- Do not use food coloring for your Tiana bath bombs. It will make your bath bombs bright but it could stain your tub.
- You can mold this recipe in any flat-backed design so they will be safe for use as shower fizzies, too.
- To keep your bath bombs at their top fizzy potential, store them in an air-tight container.
- If you can find one, hide a Tiana figuring inside the larger mold when making the bath bomb. The kids will squeal with delight at bath time!
- 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.
How Do I Make these Tiana Bath Bombs?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you’re making a Disney crafts playlist on YouTube, here is our Princess Tiana bath bombs video tutorial.
More Disney Bath Bombs You Might Like
- Ultimate List of Disney Princess Bath Bombs – If you love Disney bath bombs, this is the perfect set of Disney Princess bath bombs you will ever find!
- Merida Bath Bombs – Strong, opinionated and proud, she’s the princess I hope my kids grow up to be–only, without those curls, those have to be hard to comb after a bath.
- Aurora Bath Bombs – For all the girls that have fairy godmothers and a prince to dance with–before a power nap.
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Polysorbate 80 binds with other ingredients and carries it across the blood-brain barrier. I would not recommend using it in your recipe.
Kristina, thank you for your comment. I don’t use it much in recipes nowadays, however, do want to make you aware that a number of polysorbates have been found safe for use in cosmetics (as opposed to food consumption which is measured separately) by the FDA here in the United States, as well as national agencies throughout the world. Food-safe polysorbate is readily available, as well, which helps to limit impurities and can be used within cosmetic recipes.
This ingredient is 100% optional, as it states in the article, as the purpose is to prevent oils from pooling on the water and prevent mica from adhering to the walls of a tub or basin. I will also add that it is optional in the ingredients list to any of the recipes which call for it in order to make that more clear. Thank you so much for your comment and sharing your knowledge.