Bath bombs

Bath bombs after a tiring day, a relaxing hot bath with a lot of sparkling and fragrant scents is the most beautiful thing I can think of to rest our body and mind. Because of all the stress and weight that the day collects, but after a sparkling bath, we fall asleep on the couch; That's incredibly comforting. Especially in the cold winter months, this is one of the things I prefer most. If you also have plenty of hot showers or baths to warm your body in the winter season, here's a bathtub that will double your enjoyment, fragrant hand-made bath odor bombs! Your bath hours will certainly be much more fun and enjoyable with your home-scented fragrances or handmade fragrance bombs that you can prepare with your favorite scents! Lavender, chamomile, clove, lilac, rose or whatever you want to be, you can reward yourself with the fragrance bombs you want to make.

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In addition, hand-made fragrance bombs will be one of the most beautiful gifts you can give to your loved ones. The hand-crafted bathtub bombs that you can complete with a sleek presentation in a charming jar by tying them to ribbons are the subject of this article. The materials required for the construction of the fragrance bombs are not the things you need to pay such high bills. The handmade bath scents, which you can easily prepare at home, is a beautiful gift choice, especially for those who think handmade gifts to your girlfriend as a Valentine's Day gift. Here's the nice fragrant handmade bath odor bombs We've been telling you with step-by-step paintings.



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I can imagine you can't wait to make a nice smelly bath and stink grenade. The materials required for this project are listed below. But you don't have to stick to the recipes. You can prepare a few or more fragrant mixtures at any rate. 

 

Required Materials

  • Glass bowl
  • Carbonate or cornstarch
  • Citric acid (lemon salt)
  • Perfume Oil (I recommend dry lavender)
  • Moisturizing Spray
  • colourants
  • pipettes
  • A little water
  • Mini muffin Mould pan
  • Wax paper
  • Label paper and acetate packaging boxes

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We add a half-scale (as shown in the illustration) of citric acid and 4/1 of the bowl with baking soda in the glass bowl and mix it thoroughly. (These mixing ratios make 12 scent bombs in the ice mold) To increase this number, for example, 2 times; If we make a simple math calculation; Lemon Salt and carbonate mixture ratios need to be doubled

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Now we add fragrance oil on the scale of your choice to the amount of the bowl, and we clap nicely with citric acid, carbonate.

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Now add some colorants to the mixture in the bowl.

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We're squeezing a little moisturizing spray on the mixture in the bowl.  Then again, we're mixing our mortar. 

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Then we put the whole mixture in the ice bowls and push it hard to hold each other literally.

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We're waiting for the scent bombs that we put in the ice mold to dry up to 10 -15 minutes. 

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After making sure that it dries thoroughly, we are placing it on the wax paper by reversing the ice mold and gently tapping on it. 

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And now it's time to use your creativity! You can decorate your desired style to make hand-made fragrance bombs in a different way, i.e. more expressive and stylish. For example, lavender buds were used in this study.

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Again, the same logic and the same mixture rates prepared by the fragrance bombs above the lavender buds adorned.

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And here you are, your super-loving, smelly hand-crafted fragrance bombs.

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