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Lately I’ve been on a DIY beauty kick. I have searched and searched for the perfect Lemon Bath Bombs and I always come up empty. I needed something with salts, that had some lemon scent but wasn’t overwhelming, and I wanted something that was cute and fun for gifting…basically I had to wing it and make my own!
Candy Lemon Bath Bombs make a great gift, good luck trying to let them go once you try them!
After some trial and error I came up with this perfect recipe for Candy Lemon Bath Bombs. I couldn’t leave well enough alone and just let them be yellow or white. They needed some flare! You can use any kind of sprinkles or coloring to suit your tastes!
Candy Lemon Bath Bombs:
You will need a few ingredients but most of them will be in your pantry already. With a few easy steps you’ll be on your way to a relaxing bath full of soothing bubbles!
Ingredients Needed for Candy Lemon Bath Bombs:
Directions for Making Candy Lemon Bath Bombs
Mix all dry ingredients together in a medium sized mixing bowl.
Mix all wet ingredients together in a small cup.
Slowly pour wet ingredients into dry ingredients bowl.
Mix well (this takes awhile).
Once everything is evenly distributed test the consistency. Likely you will need more moisture.
Using a spray bottle or an empty product bottle like I did, spray witch hazel onto the top of the mix. Continue to mix while misting.
Stop and test the consistency by trying to pack it into a mold.
Continue to add witch hazel until the mixture is ready to pack into the mold.
Add sprinkles or glitter into the mix or into the mold.
Fill mold and tightly pack it full.
Slowly tap it out of the mold and set on a towel to dry overnight.
Once dry they are ready for use!
I must say it took a lot more moisture than I expected to make the consistency correct on these Lemon Bath Bombs. Using witch hazel instead of water will keep the reaction lower and make sure that you bath bombs still react with water when used!
These candy lemon bath bombs smell amazing. They’re soft and luxurious and they are adorable. I can’t wait to make a batch in blue for the winter months and make some in funky colors for the summer. It’s such an easy recipe and let me tell ya, they’re wayyy cheaper to make than they are to buy. I think you will also enjoy this DIY peel off pore strip that actually peels off, as well as this DIY Charcoal Sugar Scrub.