Sunday, 4 February 2018

The Making of: Rose Bath Bombs


I have been thinking about roses a lot these last few days; it is the season for them after all! So it was no surprise to The Team when I wanted to include these rose bath bombs to our Valentine's themed tutorials. I have used a couple of these myself and I have to tell you, I DID NOT want to leave the bathtub + the bathroom smelled amazing hours after. They are both fun to make and use. Here's what you will need:


Ingredients

- Baking Soda 1000g
- Citric Acid 500g
- Tapioca Powder 50g
- Light oil of choice (Sweet Almond, Grape seed or Sunflower) 120g
- Strawberry Fragrance oil 10ml
- French Rose Fragrance oil 20ml
- Rose Petals 5g
- Red liquid dye
- Pink glitter (microfine)
- Witch Hazel

All equipment & ingredients are available in our webstore: www.shopsoapetal.com. Click on each item for a direct link to that item in the webstore.

Equipment

- Metal bath bomb mould (6cm)
- Scale
- Large mixing bowls (2)
- Fine mesh sieve
- Pipettes (2)
- Whisk

Optional:
- Paint brush (for sprinkling glitter)
- Shrink wraps (for packaging)

All equipment & ingredients are available in our webstore: www.shopsoapetal.com. Click on each item for a direct link to that item in the webstore.


Method

Tip: Set out everything you will need so you don't have to go running about after you've begun.


  • 1. Weigh out all your ingredients.




  • 2. Sieve all the powders and dry ingredients into one of your mixing bowls.
  • 3. Divide the powders equally between the two mixing bowls.
  • 4. Weight out your oil of choice (I used Sunflower oil) and split it equally between the two bowls.



  • 5. Add drops of the red dye to one of the mixing bowls to create a light pink colour.
  • 6. Split the fragrance oil equally between the two bowls.
  • 7. Spritz the bowls with witch hazel to create a mouldable consistency.
  • 8. Sprinkle some rose petals into one of the bath bomb moulds.
  • 9. Fill both halves of the bath bomb mould with your mix and hold the two halves together for about 5 - 10 seconds.
  • 10. Use a metal spoon (or the end of your whisk) to gently tap the bath bomb mould to release the bath bomb.
  • 11. Open the mould and place your newly created bath bomb on a tray or soft surface where it can remain undisturbed until it is completely dry.
  • 12. Repeat steps 8 to 11 until all your mix has been used up.
  • 13. Use the paint brush to sprinkle some glitter over the tops of the bath bombs for some sparkle.



You can watch the making video for these rose bath bombs below and on our channel:  SoapetalTV.



Download the recipe card for this tutorial here: FREE RECIPE CARD!

I accidentally dropped one of the bath bombs during the shoot because The Team wouldn't stop cracking me up. If you have an oppsie-daisy just like this one, you can save it by using it as a bath fizzy which is just like a bath bomb without the round shape. :)



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Love,


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