Do you love your bestie, wife, or husband enough to make them feel all soft and special on the outside. Making these bath bombs are just a conversation starter. Fun for the kids in the family too. Maybe you want to make a soother yourself gift basket for the whole family. Either way these Conversation Heart Bath Bombs will be the conversation of the night.
These can be made the night before. They go along wonderfully with lotions and bath soaps. You can also have them with some hair items. What I really love about these conversation hear bath bombs is if you have a fundraiser going near Valentine’s these are easy enough to make a sell. I would just use a smaller mold. Always make sure that when do something like this to sell use a sheet with ingredients. You never know who can be allergic.
HOW TO MAKE CONVERSATION HEART BATH BOMBS:
- 1/2 cup baking soda
- 1/2 cup citric acid (canning section)
- 1/3 cup cornstarch
- 1/3 cup Epsom salt
- 4 tablespoons oil (coconut, olive, pumpkin, vegetable)
- 3 to 6 drops of fragrance ( I used lemon)
- conversation heart candies
- bath bomb mold
In a bowl, add in corn starch, citric acid, epsom salt, and baking soda stir well. Add in coconut oil (or other oil) and stir with a fork to keep light and fluffy. Add in fragrance and coloring stir well. Using the mold add a few conversation candy hearts and pack both sides of mold then press together. Once you press together leave in mold for about a minute then remove and place on a tray to dry (harden) overnight. You have to package these lightly if you want to transport them. Bath bombs can break pretty easily. A little cup is great for transportation. That or a baggy.
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