- NOTE: If you are making these products for sale, good manufacturing practices recommend you wear a hairnet, gloves and a mask. We also recommend a clean apron.
- We recommend making this recipe in 2 batches. If bath fizzy mixture sits too long, it will start to harden up.
- Place silicone mold on cookie sheet. This will help keep work area clean and catch any excess bath fizzy mixture.
- In large glass bowl, measure out 1 1/2 cups of citric acid and 3 cups of baking soda. Mix together with wire whisk.
- In small glass bowl, add 1 teaspoon of shea butter. Place in microwave and heat on medium heat until melted.
- Drizzle shea butter over powder mixture. Add 6 ml of fragrance and gently mix with wire whisk.
- With gloved hands, start to spritz mixture with alcohol. Spray with one hand and mix with other.
- Continue to spritz until mixture sticks together in palm of hand like wet sand.
- Immediately start to fill mold cavities, packing mixture down as they are filled.
- There will be mixture left over after the 6 cavities are filled.
- Once mixture has hardened, about 1.5 hours, gently remove from mold. Whisk leftover mixture in bowl and spritz a little more alcohol if mixture has dried out.
- Fill cavities with remaining mixture.
- Once first batch is finished, repeat directions above with remaining product. You can choose to make cupcakes all pink or make half pink and half white (no added color).
- Once all cupcakes are made, follow recipe to make soap frosting. The Bella's Kiss can be substituted for the Vanilla Almond fragrance oil. Frosting can be kept white or add a little Bath Bomb Red to give it a pink color.
- Using a piping bag or Decorator Pro, pipe frosting onto each cupcake fizzy. Embellish with candy sprinkles.
- Any extra frosting can be stored in a tupperware container. When ready to use, heat slightly and whip with hand mixer.
- We recommend packaging 1 bath fizzy per bag or use shrink wrap to package.