How to Make a Bubble Gum Bath Bomb

by Reesa
10 Minutes
Add some fun to your bath time with these colorful, bubble gum scented bath bombs! Made with natural ingredients, they’re gentle enough for sensitive skin and sure to leave your skin feeling soft and silky.

These colorful little balls are packed with bubble gum flavor, and they’re sure to add some fun to your bath time. Just drop a bubble gum bath bomb in the tub and watch as it fizzes and releases its juicy bubble gum scent.

These fizzy, fruity bath bombs leave your skin feeling soft and silky. Best of all, they are made with natural ingredients and are gentle on the skin.

Teens and tweens will love making their own bubblegum bath bombs with their friends during a sleepover, spa day or to give as holiday gifts!

Simply drop a bubblegum bath bomb in your bathtub and enjoy the delightful bubbles, the sweet scent and pretty soft pink color!

How to Make Bubble Gum Bath Bombs

Makes 7 medium bath bombs



Add the dry ingredients to a large mixing bowl – baking soda, epsom salt, cornstarch, citric acid, SLSA, and mica powder and whisk together, until fully combined.

Add the sweet almond oil, water, and the essential oil blend to a small bowl, and stir.

Slowly add the liquid mixture to the dry mixture, while whisking the bath bombs mixture the entire time.

Fill each half of the bath bomb mold, then press together.

Allow to set for about 8 hours, then unmold.

Repeat with any excess mixture.

How to Store Homemade Bath Bombs

Here are a few tips for storing your homemade bath bombs:

– Make sure they’re completely dry before storing them. If they’re even slightly damp, they could start to fizz and fall apart.

– Store them in an airtight container. I like to use mason jars or tupperware containers.

If stored properly, bath bombs will last up to a year.

How to Use Bath Bombs

Fill your bathtub with warm water. Once the tub is filled, place the bath bomb in the bath water. The hottest part of the tub is usually around the drain, so positioning your bath bomb there will help it dissolve quicker. As the bath bomb dissolves, it will release fragrances and color into the water. Enjoy!

Want to make more bath bombs? Check out how to make lemongrass bath bombs or eucalyptus bath bombs!

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