Love bath bombs and luxuriously soaking in the tub with amazingly scented water that also softens your skin? We do, too, but they can be so expensive in stores, and I like using several a week. Paying up to $15 dollars for a bath bomb (thank you, Lush 😉 is just not in my budget. I’ve made them at home before, but sometimes have to admit the final result fell short and I went back to Lush to buy some of my favorite glittery, pretty, impressively amazing fizzy bath bombs. Last week, though, my friends and I decided to try making bath bombs at home again. We scoured Pinterest to find some cool new recipes and found plenty to try out. I also purchased some new metal bath bomb molds off of Amazon and some new essential oils in a little set, so I just knew this batch had the potential to be different, and it was! We these 34 best bath bomb ideas, and made some of the cutest things ever. Check out the easy to follow step by step tutorials to learn how to make these cool little bath bombs. Make a few for yourself and make another batch to keep on hand for easy last minute DIY gift ideas. We love making these, because there are so many creative ways to make DIY Bath Bombs, we always have awesome new ideas to try. Homemade bath bombs really are the perfect present to give for birthdays and Christmas, especially when you already have something big or a gift card and need to add a little something extra (handmade) to your offering.
You can make your own DIY bath bomb crafts that can get up to par with the best ones sold commercially. These coffee and cream bath bombs are easy to make and perfect for coffee lovers – a coffee bath is great for the skin too. To add to the coffee bath benefits, this recipe also includes powdered milk. The addition of milk soothes the skin and creates a foaming action as the bath bomb dissolves in warm bath water.
Wow, this is so cute! This unicorn Frappuccino bath bomb made with layers of pink, purple, and blue is what all my bath bomb dreams are made of! The frosting can easily be removed when you’re ready to use the bath bomb. Give them a try and check out this DIY tutorial from A Pumpkin and a Princess.
Do you love the scents of fall as much as I do? Learn how to make these natural DIY Pumpkin Spice Bath Bombs. They’re an easy way to kick of the fall season! If you love the smell of pumpkin spice and the color coral, you are going to love these bath bombs. They are moisturizing and create a relaxing bath experience. Drop one of these bath bombs into your tub to create a relaxing and luxurious bath experience.
How great does a relaxing bath sound? These DIY rose scented bath bombs enhanced with roses and essential oil will moisturize your body, make you relaxed and will enable you to enjoy yourself. These bath bombs are made with dried rose petals, essential oil, Epsom salt, citric acid, and baking soda. They make the perfect handmade gift and they are really easy to make!
Seriously, these fizzy cupcake bath bombs look good enough to eat! Sweet and perfect for gift-giving, these lovely little cupcake bath bombs, are surely to make a relaxing bath experience. Follow the step-by-step instructions to make DIY cupcake bath bombs from This Grandma is Fun. There’s also an easy to follow picture tutorial. The DIY cupcake bath bombs are super adorable.
Make every bath fun with Pearl Bath Bombs! These Pearl Bath Bombs are full of pearly shimmer, and feature a light rose scent. Shea butter makes them feel amazing in the tub! The technique involves creating multi-colored locks with a holographic effect. Pearl hair inspired these Iridescent Bath Bombs. They are covered in Rose Gold Mica and Aqua Pearl Mica to create the subtle ombré effect.
Easy recipe to follow and incredibly soothing scent to help relieve those seasonal allergies. Allergy relief with these lavender lemon bath bombs, what could get better than that? Now you can enjoy these allergy relieving bath bombs anytime with this tutorial from Girl Loves Glam. I think the thing I love most about these is that these scents really are so great together, you could enjoy these bath bombs anytime.
Sugar and Charm shows us how to make DIY green apple bath bombs at home! These fall bath bombs will have you enjoying all the best things about the season in no time. They make perfect gifts for friends or family too. The green apple scent of these charming little apples is amazing.
Bath bombs are really simple (and affordable) to make yourself once you pull together a few basic ingredients. These eucalyptus bath bombs are absolutely ideal for unwinding at the end of a long, stressful week. They are heavenly for sore muscles, cold nights or for when you might be feeling a bit under the weather. They make a wonderful gift too!
Homemade bath melts are the perfect way to soothe itchy skin while you soak. Get the easy recipe from Bren Did and rescue your skin with this all-natural bath soak that leaves skin feeling silky soft and supple. Turn your bath into a softening sanctuary by following along with the tutorial in creating Moisture Rich Milk and Honey Bath Melts.