Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs – Easy DIY with Real Avocado

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Fresh avocado is one of my favorite “flavors” for bath products. Like these Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs, avocado is just so mild and soothing, it’s like a balm to the senses. 

diy Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs

And yeah, you read that right! Real, fresh Avocado in bath bombs. Can you imagine the benefits for the skin?!

Mixed with the coconut oil, too, my legs feel like a creamy dream of smooth and soft moisturized, well, legs. 

Last week, I cleaned up my yard and moved a few things around. You know, one of those moments when suddenly you thought of this certain thing should be moved to another place and then you find yourself hot, sweaty and dirty after being in the yard all day.

Let me tell you, I really need a nice warm fizzy bath after that. And having that 15 minutes was so relaxing! And after that, my skin felt so soft and refreshed. That’s the avocado and coconut oil effect.

Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs

And I love the scent. Sometimes I crave for avocado and having the fragrance in the bath? Fanfreakingtastic.

Making Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs

Making Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs is quite easy–there are only a few ingredients and it comes together quick.

I didn’t use any coloring. I want the soft light green color naturally produced by fresh avocado. But you can always add some green soap coloring to make your bath bomb greener (or any color you fancy).

To make the scent stand out, I added Avo bath lush scent, but it’s totally up to you how strong do you like that to be. So start with a few drops then add a little more if you want the scent stronger.

You can even add another essential oil for a blended scent, but I wanted straight avocado.

So, if you’re ready, let’s get our avocado baht bombs made–and don’t forget to Pin this into your self care Pinterest board and make this part of your collection so you can find it again when you’re ready for round two!

Ingredients to make Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs

  • 1 cup Baking Soda
  • 1/2 cup Citric Acid
  • 1/4 cup Cornstarch
  • 3 tablespoons Solid Coconut Oil
  • 1/2 Pitted, Fresh Avocado
  • AVO bath Lush Scent
  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Large Mixing Bowl
  • Food Processor
  • Bath Bomb Molds
  • Spray Bottle
How to make DIY Bath Bombs

How to make Avocado Bath Bombs

  1. First, place baking soda, citric acid and cornstarch in a large mixing bowl.
  2. Add coconut oil and avocado to food processor. Pulse until smooth and creamy.
  3. Then add Avo bath Lush scent and 1-2 teaspoons of the avocado and coconut oil mixture.
  4. Break up any lumps with your hands and thoroughly mix.
  5. Next, fill each side of the bath bomb mold with the mixture.
  6. Press both sides of the mold together while twisting to get rid of excess moisture.
DIY Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs

Once you’re done, then tap the sides of the mold to release, remove the bath bombs and leave them overnight to set.

You can store your bath bombs in an airtight container for weeks or even months.

NOTES

The number of bath bombs you can make in this recipe depends on the size of the bath bomb molds you use.

Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs
Yield: 5-6 Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs

Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs

Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $5

Easy Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs are one of those self-care treats that I rarely get to enjoy, but when I do, oh they are fabulous!

Materials

  • 1 cup Baking Soda
  • 1/2 cup Citric Acid
  • 1/4 cup Cornstarch
  • 3 tablespoons Solid Coconut Oil
  • 1/2 Pitted, Fresh Avocado
  • AVO bath Lush Scent
  • Rubbing Alcohol

Tools

  • Large Mixing Bowl
  • Food Processor
  • Bath Bomb Molds
  • Spray Bottle

Instructions

  1. In a large mixing bowl, place baking soda, citric acid, and cornstarch.
  2. Add coconut oil and avocado to a food processor. Pulse until smooth and creamy.
  3. Then add Avo bath Lush scent and 1-2 teaspoons of the avocado and coconut oil mixture.
  4. Break up any lumps with your hands and thoroughly mix.
  5. Next, fill each side of the bath bomb mold with the mixture.
  6. Press both sides of the mold together while twisting to get rid of excess moisture. Then tap the sides of the mold to release. Remove the bath bombs. Leave them overnight to set.

Notes

The number of bath bombs you can make in this recipe depends on the size of the bath bomb molds you use.

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