This recipe for watermelon bath bombs is so quick and easy–but the end result is so sweet and fun, I can’t wait for bath time and the fizzy fun!
Watermelon Bath Bombs
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we adore making our own DIY self care recipes. I feel like it’s an important thing for me and then it’s also an important thing to show my kiddo that is important to me. If that makes sense. And when I decided I needed watermelon bath bombs in my life, well, there was nothing stopping me.
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I broke out my favorite citric acid, found some AWESOME sprinkles and went to work making the most fun watermelon scented bath bombs anywhere. If you’re ready to make a bath bomb with watermelon scent, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Watermelon Scented Bath Bombs
- I was inspired to make my watermelon bath bombs by these adorable watermelon sprinkles here. They’re so fun and simple, but they really make this embed bath bomb pop!
- You should definitely also grab this ahhhh-wesome flavor oil here to make your watermelon scented bath bombs. Super worth it, considering it only takes a couple of drops and you can use this to also make things like watermelon cupcakes. Just sayin’.
- Add into your planning to have your bath bombs on the counter drying for about 24 hours before using them, just so it will amp up the fizz. As a bonus, by letting these watermelon bath bombs dry for a full day, if there was a bit too much liquid in the mixture, you’ll still get peak fizz.
- After they’ve dried for that initial 24 hours, I recommend you keep these Lush-inspired bath bombs in an air-tight container to help them last longer with the most fizz. This is key to pass-on too if you plan to gift these to someone, just in case they don’t know.
- As with any recipe, it’s up to you how much fragrance or color to include in your watermelon bath bombs-–they’re your bath bombs. But I strongly recommend that you never (and I mean never) use food coloring. If you do, the bathtub and quite possibly your skin, will be your bath bomb’s color. So, even though finding soap colorant or mica powders is an extra step–it’s worth it.
- These watermelon sprinkles bath bombs are essentially just essential oils, citric acid, baking soda, and a bit of water (and some other stuff but that’s basically it), just like all of my bath bombs. So, if you have any trouble getting your bath bombs to hold shape, they’re probably not wet enough–the recipe is intended to be a bit dry. Just add a little spritz of 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 Watermelon Bath Bombs?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
More Easy Bath Bomb Ideas You Might Like
- Geode Bath Bombs – SUPER easy (way easier than I thought–I mean, wow!) and really cool, if you have have a few minutes, you can make these fun bath fizzies.
- Unicorn Bath Bombs – One of my favorite embed bath bomb recipes. You just make your favorite unicorn colors and mash them together with a little magic and POOF!
- Galaxy Bath Bombs – Want some bath bombs that are out of this world? You can’t go wrong with these fun galaxy bath bombs, seriously.
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