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Bath Bombs are one of my favorite ways relax and have also become an item in my Chronic Pain Toolkit. I have been wanting to try my hand at making my own Bath Bombs for awhile now and I didn’t really know where to start and when I saw that Bramble Berry actually sells Bath Bomb Kits I was SO excited and knew I had to try one!!
Bramble Berry opened in 1998 with the goal of offering high-quality soap making supplies to soap makers around the country. They now offer over 2500 different soap making supplies including molds, oils, packaging, kits, clay and more. They also carry supplies for making lip butter, candles, diffusers, body lotion, bath bombs and more.
I decided to try the Natural Bath Bomb Kit because I love Lavender and Rose Petals.
The kit includes:
- 2 lbs. Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
- 1 lb. Citric Acid
- 1 lb. Coconut Oil
- 1 oz. Polysorbate 80
- 15 Plastic Sphere Molds
- 6 oz. Witch Hazel
- 0.5 oz. Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil
- 0.2 oz. Rose Petals
- 1 lb. Extra Small Pink Sea Salt
- Printed Instruction Card
The kit was supposed to come with gloves but my kit did not contain them.
The directions were SUPER easy to follow and I had so much fun making these bath bombs.
They came out awesome and they smell SO GOOD!
The rose petals didn’t dry to the bottom of the bath bombs like I wanted them to but no big deal! They smell amazing and leave my skin feeling SO soft and moisturized.
I also added a few drops of THC Tincture and CBD Oil to some of the bath bombs so I can use them when I’m having a bad pain flare up, this is one of the reasons I wanted to start making my own bath bombs.
This kit is only $29.99 and I seriously had SO much fun! I hope to try some of their other kits in the near future.
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