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Pink Sugar Bath Fizzies Recipe
Author: Wholesale Supplies Plus
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

This recipe makes the best fizzies ever. They are very easy to make and become hard quickly. The aroma released during use provides for a very relaxing bath experience.

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You alone are responsible for product and recipe testing to ensure compatibility and safety.


Project Level: Easy
Estimated Time: 1 Hour
Yield: 15 sets of 3 fizzies/bag

Ingredients

  •  1 Pound(s) Citric Acid Powder
  •  2 Pound(s) Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)
  •  4 Ounce(s) White Kaolin Clay
  •  1 Ounce(s) Pink Sugar* Fragrance Oil 538
  •  1 Ounce(s) Vanilla Color Stabilizer - CP Soap
  •  1 Tablespoon(s) Neon Pretty In Pink Powder
  •  4 Piece(s) Heart Guest Silicone Mold 1612
  •  15 Piece(s) Organza Bag - White (6.5" x 5")
  •  Droppers - Plastic

Equipment

  •  2 Piece(s) Cookie Sheet
  •  Fork or Whisk
  •  Mixing Bowl
  •  Sifter (optional)
  •  Spray Bottle filled with Rubbing Alcohol
  •  Beaker - Natural Polypropylene

INCI Ingredient Label: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Kaolin, Polyester-3, Red 28, Fragrance

Recipe Directions

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.
  1. Prepare work space.
  2. Set mold on a cookie sheet for stability. This will also allow for an easier clean up. Set aside until ready to use.
  3. Measure the baking soda, citric acid and clay. Place into mixing bowl and mix well. If you find these have clumps, a sifter will allow you to break up the clumps and better blend the two ingredients.
  4. If you wish to add color, add it now. Mix well.
  5. In a plastic beaker, mix 1 oz. fragrance with 1 oz. vanilla stabilizer. Let sit for 2 minutes.  
  6. Using a plastic dropper, drizzle fragrance into different locations of the mixture. Do not pour all of fragrance into one location of the bowl.
  7. Using a whisk or fork, mix well by breaking up lumps of fragrance oil.
  8. Once mixture is free of clumps, begin to spray with rubbing alcohol. Using gloved hands, toss the mixture while it is being sprayed.
  9. Once mixture is just moist enough to stay together when pressed, it is ready to be molded. Note: This step is easy to check by taking a tablespoon of the mixture and squeezing it in the hand. If it falls apart, then you need to continue to spray and mix. Make sure you are wearing gloves for this part of the recipe.
  10. Press a few tablespoons of the mix into the mold cavity. Press firmly. Fill all of the mold cavities.
  11. For best results, let bath fizzies remain in molds overnight to harden. 
  12. Package as desired and label product accordingly.
  13. If you are planning on selling this product, you will need to apply the appropriate labels at this time.



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"If I were to use a FO that had little to no vanilla content, what should I use to replace the 1oz of vanilla stabilizer that should not be needed, to replace the liquid?"

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Posted By: Rick   |   December 13, 2017


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"So if what one of your staff person says, In Question section of this-"Pink Sugar has a very high percentage of vanilla content (16%) and you would want to add a vanilla stabilizer. Add equal parts of fragrance and stabilizer." why isn't the stabilizer part of the recipe?-"

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Posted By: Maureen   |   October 22, 2017


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"How many sprays of alcohol? I was uncertain and didn't want to have them crumble when I took them out of the mold. I think I used too much. I will let them sit longer in the silicon mold. "

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Posted By: Julia   |   February 07, 2016


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"I see the recipe calls for 2oz of fragrance, but the directions say to add 1oz. I don't see where you repeat this step. Am I missing something?"

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Posted By: Sonja   |   January 26, 2016


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"I've just started making bath fizzies. When packaging can they just be placed in an organza bag as it refers to in the recipe? I've been wrapping mine in plastic wrap before placing in bags to prevent moisture getting in. What's the best way to package them to prevent them fizzing prematurely and getting blisters?"

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Posted By: Briony    |   January 13, 2016


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"This kit uses Pink Sugar fragrance oil. Do the fizzies discolor? "

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Posted By: Ana   |   December 31, 2015


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"Can Witch Hazel be used in place of alcohol in this recipe? Thanks much! "

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Posted By: Edie   |   November 10, 2014


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"How much citric acid powder should be used with how much baking soda to give it the fizz?"

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Posted By: Anjel   |   September 04, 2015


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"What is the price point on these?"

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Posted By: Tina   |   July 30, 2015


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"Would this recipe work with the bath bomb ball mold?"

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Posted By: sarah   |   April 08, 2015


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" What heart mold is being used for this recipe?"

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Posted By: Gwendolyn   |   November 15, 2014


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