Making bath fizzies or bath bombs as they are also known, can be very rewarding. The best part is popping them into your bath and watching them fizz and swirl around, leaving behind their wonderful aroma as well as their healing properties.
One of the main ingredients, bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) is especially good for skin irritations and skin itchiness. Adding citric acid to this makes it fizz once it hits the water.
Have fun with these bath fizzie recipes and be creative. If you want a bit of color to your bath fizzies try adding a small amount of natural coloring or a colored clay such as yellow, pink, or red clay. You can also add a bit of texture and extra goodies by adding dried herbs or flowers. Be creative!
This bath fizz is not to remind you of the band but the cocktail! Throw this one into the bath to fizz whilst lying back relaxing with a glass of champagne! Follow the basic recipe above, adding the clays in step 2.
The added cocoa butter in this recipe will help to sooth and moisturize your skin. Add the cocoa butter at step 2 above, crumbling it into the dry ingredients then mixing it all together very well before adding the essential oils.
Tip: If you grow lavender in your garden, dry some out and add the flowers and leaves in step 2.
This gorgeous aroma will leave you feeling divine. Add the rose petals and pink clay in step 2 above - these are both optional so don't worry if you don't have either on hand.
Another wonderfully moisturizing fizzie and perfect for dry or itchy skins.
Please visit Aromatherapy Supplies to find out where I recommend you purchase any of the ingredients above that you don't already have.
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