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Lavender Pizazz Bath Bomb Recipe



How to Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bomb with Shea Butter

Want a show-stopping bath bomb that’s easy to create and guaranteed to delight? Embark on the journey of crafting a breathtaking lavender bath bomb recipe. Utilizing our Bath Bomb and Fizzy Base simplifies the process, ensuring perfect bath bombs every time. These purple bath bombs not only look stunning but are astonishingly simple to decorate. The crowning feature is an effortless mica drizzle that will captivate your friends. Infused with the crisp, effervescent.

Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil, this recipe is customizable with any body-safe fragrance oil of your liking.
Added shea butter introduces a touch of luxury, making the bath bombs effortlessly release from the molds. Feel free to swap shea butter with mango butter or cocoa butter for an equally indulgent experience, perfect for those DIY bath bombs with shea butter.

Essential Information for Crafting Bath Bombs
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Yield: 7 x 2.5” Bath Bombs (approximately 5 oz each)
Timing Your Bath Bomb Creation
  • Prep Time: 5 Minutes
  • Perform Time: 20 Minutes
  • Drying Time: 4 Hours
  • Total Time: 4 Hours, 25 Minutes (25 minutes active time)
Supplies Needed for Lavender Bath Bombs
To embark on your DIY lavender bath bombs journey, you'll need:Ingredients for a Luxurious Bath Experience
  • 2 lb Bath Bomb & Fizzy Base
  • 2 oz Shea Butter
  • 7.5 ml (1½ tsp) Purple Liquid Colorant or Water-Soluble Liquid Colorant of Your Choice
  • 2 oz 99% Isopropyl Alcohol (available at pharmacies or online)
  • 0.5 tsp Gold Rush Mica
  • 0.5 tsp Enchanted Purple Mica
     
  • Note: If 99% isopropyl alcohol is unavailable, substitute with 91% isopropyl alcohol and adjust the liquid colorant to 1 tsp. (5 ml).
Step-by-Step Guide to Crafting Your Bath Bomb
Safety First: Before beginning, ensure you've read all instructions thoroughly. Handle melted oils with care to avoid burns, and always measure fragrance oils in glass or stainless steel containers. Wear gloves to protect your manicure during the mixing process.
  1. Prepare the Bath Bomb Base: Melt shea butter in a microwaveable bowl until liquid, stirring halfway through. Allow to cool slightly before adding the fragrance oil. Combine the shea butter mixture with the bath bomb base thoroughly by hand.
  2. Color and Scent: Blend the liquid colorant with isopropyl alcohol in a small container, then incorporate this mixture into your bath bomb base. Mix well by hand, adjusting the consistency with a bit of isopropyl alcohol if needed.
  3. Mold Your Bath Bombs: Overfill each half of your mold with the bath bomb mixture without packing. Press both halves together, clean off any excess, and gently release the bath bomb onto a plastic-wrap-lined muffin pan.
  4. Decorate with Mica Drizzle: Mix ½ tsp. of each mica color with 1½ tsp of isopropyl alcohol in a paper cup. Adjust the thickness as desired and drizzle over your bath bombs in a whimsical pattern.
  5. Dry and Enjoy: Allow the bath bombs to set for two hours before handling, and a full 24 hours before use. To use, simply drop one into a hot bath and revel in the fizzy spectacle.

Exploring Other Combinations

Delight in the art of making bath bombs by experimenting with various colors and fragrance oils. Here are some suggestions:
  • Combine Rose Quartz Mica with Rose Garden Fragrance Oil for a floral twist.
  • Try pairing bath bomb blue with Sea Salt & Orchid Fragrance Oil for a refreshing oceanic aroma.
Tips and Tricks: Always test your bath bombs in a small batch before committing to larger quantities. Adjust the amount of liquid colorant and isopropyl alcohol based on the humidity in your environment to achieve the perfect consistency.
By following these guidelines, you can master the art of creating luxurious, fizzing bath bombs that will elevate any bath time routine. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a budding crafter, this lavender pizazz bath bomb recipe offers a delightful project with stunning results.





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