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DIY Kit - Bath Bomb

DIY Kit - Bath Bomb

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Mold Design: Cloud

DESCRIPTION

DIY Bath Bomb Kit - Make Your Own Bath Bombs

Make your own bath bombs with this fun and easy kit! This kit includes the mold, ingredients, colors, and fragrance you need to make bath bombs. All you need to do is mix the ingredients and use a binding agent such as witch hazel to make the mixture stick together. This kit includes detailed instructions that explain every step of the process.

Choose from a selection of 10 popular bath bomb molds! You will receive one reusable plastic mold with your kit. If you want more information on a mold, please view the product listing for the mold you are interested in. 

The bath bomb kit includes most of the supplies you need for this project. You will need to have a few basic items from home to complete this project. Please review the lists below:

Kit Includes

  • Instruction sheet
  • Bath Bomb Mix - Enough to make 3 items.
  • 1 bath bomb mold
  • 1 oz of fragrance oil
  • 3 1g jars of mica powder
  • 3 micro scoops
  • 3 mixing cups for mica
  • Spray bottle
  • Plastic pipette
  • Paint brush
  • Nitrile gloves
  • Face mask

Supplies You Need from Home

  • Liquid binding agent*
  • Medium to Large mixing bowl

A binding agent is a liquid that you use to hold the dry ingredients together. Kit instructions provide a detailed explanation of liquid binding agents you can use. We recommend witch hazel, which is available at most drug stores.

Optional Supplies (Not Included)

  • Approx 2 ml of Sweet Almond Oil, Coconut Oil, or Apricot Kernel Oil
  • 1-2 ml of Polysorbate 80 (recommended if using a lot of mica powder)

Oils such as these are used to provide more skin hydration when the bath bomb is used. Oils can also make the bath bomb mixture easier to mold/unmold. It is up to you if you want to use these ingredients.

Polysorbate 80 is an emulsifier that helps oils mix with water. It also helps disperse colors in bath water. If you are using a lot of mica powder, we recommend using polysorbate 80 to prevent staining to your tub.

Kit Details

Each kit comes with a fragrance oil and a set of three mica colors that coordinate with the mold design. Here are the colors and scents you will receive with the different kits:

Mold Design

Colors Included

Fragrance Included

Cloud Super Sparkle, Iridescent Blue, Sky Blue Ozonic
Flower Fuchsia, Eggplant, Iridescent Purple Sugared Peony
Monkey Auburn Brown, Bronze, Tan Monkey Farts
Ice Cream Cone Rose Red, Yellow, Wheat Ice Cream Party
Rainbow Scarlet Red, Hawaiian Blue, Yellow*
Rainforest
Duck Sparkle Yellow, Orange, Light Yellow Smiley Face
Sugar Skull Orange, Pure Black, Teal Blue Harvest Moon
Palm Tree Shimmer Blue, Green Yellow, Bronze Sea Salt & Coconut
Santa Scarlet Red, Sea Green, Moss Green
Fraser Fir & Citrus
Big Willie Grape, Magenta, Pink  The Gentleman

 *Primary colors can be mixed to create all colors of the rainbow.

The fragrance oil and mica colors are pre-selected for each mold. As the kits are pre-assembled, we cannot substitute different colors or fragrances. If you wish to have specific colors, or want to use more than three colors of mica, you may purchase additional mica separately. Additional skin-safe fragrances can also be purchased separately.

Note: If you already have some of our fragrance oils, you can use these instead of the one that comes with the kit. Please use only skin-safe fragrance oils. Check the IFRA information available on our product pages to see if a fragrance is skin-safe.

What You'll Learn

  • Adding color to bath bombs
  • Choosing a liquid ingredient to bind your bath bomb mixture
  • Making scented bath bombs
  • Molding and unmolding bath bombs
  • Decorating bath bombs with mica powder
  • Packaging bath bombs

Project Overview

  • Skill Level: Easy
  • Hands-On Time: 20-30 minutes
  • Yield: 3+ bath bombs (depending on mold design chosen) 
  • Kid-Friendly: Yes - with adult supervision

Disclaimer: NorthWood is not responsible for any products you make using our supplies, tutorials, or informational resources.

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