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Robin's Egg in Nest Bath Fizzies Recipe
Author: Wholesale Supplies Plus
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Watch these eggs "hatch" in your bath as they fizz and fill the water with skin softening ingredients and the sweet scent of Bird of Paradise.

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

Project Level: Moderate
Estimated Time: 1 Hour
Yield: 16 sets of 2 bath fizzies


  •  1 Pound(s) Citric Acid Powder
  •  2 Pound(s) Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)
  •  4 Ounce(s) White Kaolin Clay
  •  2 Ounce(s) Bird of Paradise Fragrance Oil 321
  •  1 Tablespoon(s) Bath Bomb Blue Powder Color
  •  1 Piece(s) Cake Pop Silicone Mold
  •  16 Piece(s) Premium Crystal Cello Bags (5" x 3" x 11.5")
  •  2 Ounce(s) Natural Raffia


  •  Cookie Sheet
  •  Fork or Whisk
  •  Glass Mixing Bowl
  •  Sifter (optional)
  •  Spray Bottle filled with Rubbing Alcohol

INCI Ingredient Label: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Kaolin, Blue 1 Lake, Fragrance

Recipe Directions

  1. 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.
  2. Prepare work space.
  3. Set mold on a cookie sheet for stability. This will also allow for an easier clean up. Set aside until ready to use.
  4. Measure 8 oz. baking soda, 4 oz. citric acid and 1 oz. 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 ingredients.
  5. Add 1/4 tsp. of Bath Bomb Blue Powder Color. Mix with wire whisk or fork to blend color into powders.
  6. Using a plastic dropper, add 9 ml. fragrance oil by drizzling 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. NOTE: To avoid the eggs from having a flat top you will need to place the mold between two objects to suspend it or hold the mold up while pressing the mixture down into cavities.
  11. Once the mixture is the correct consistency, press a few tablespoons of the mix into the mold cavity. Press firmly. Fill all of the mold cavities.
  12. Wait 30 minutes and remove fizzies from the mold. Allow to sit for 1 hour before packaging. You will know the fizzies are ready to package because they will be hard.
  13. Repeat recipe 3 more times to make all 32 blue egg bath fizzies.
  14. To package, place brown crinkle paper down into bottom of cello bag. Place 2 eggs into "nest". Tie with natural raffia.
  15. If you are planning on selling this product, you will need to apply the appropriate labels at this time.

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"What else would you recommend adding to the bird egg recipe for added skin benefits? I don't want to overdo it, but I would like to add a little something extra. Completely new at this and eager to learn. Thanks!"

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Posted By: Danielle   |   April 26, 2017

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"It's hard to tell from the picture, but are they made into eggs or are they egg halves? If they are whole eggs, how do you get the halves to stick together?? In the other recipes where this mold has been used, there are half eggs but in this title you do say "egg" and they look like they are whole eggs. Would you be able to make whole eggs from MP soap with this mold? If so, how would you get the halves to stick together?"

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Posted By: Lena   |   March 11, 2016

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"I love that these don't have any SLS in them. And since there are also no essential oils, I'm wondering what "good ingredients" these Robin's Egg Fizzies are putting in the bath water? What can we tell our customers, other than they are incredibly cute and bubbly?"

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Posted By: Christiane   |   September 27, 2015

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