Total Recipe Amounts:
1200 grams Baking Soda
600 grams Citric Acid
180 grams Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate- SCI
19 grams Coconut Oil 76
19 grams Witching Hour Fragrance Oil
10 grams Kaolin White Clay Powder
34 grams Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant
This recipe is best prepared in non-humid climates.
Before you start, clean and sanitize your work area as well as all of your packaging materials. We also suggest wearing gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while creating this bath fizzy recipe. In addition, prepare your spray bottle, filling it with witch hazel.
Step 1: Begin by weighing out your baking soda, kaolin clay, and citric acid. Using your hands, break up any clumps in the mixture and blend the ingredients completely.
Step 2: Weigh out the Coconut Oil 76 and Witching Hour Fragrance Oil. Add these ingredients to the powdered ingredients. Again, using gloved hands, mix the ingredients fully.
Step 3: Then, add the Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant. Mix until the colorant is fully and evenly dispersed.
Step 4: Lightly spritz the bowl of mixture with witch hazel. Mix the mixture. Continue spritzing with witch hazel until the mixture feels like crumbly dough in your hands. Do not overspray.
Step 5: Begin filling the molds. Fill one half of a mold with the purple mixture and place a spider ring inside. Fill the remainder of this half. Then, fill the second half of the mold with the bath bomb mixture. Spray each half with witch hazel and press the two halves together.
Step 6: Allow the bath bombs to set up before removing them from the molds.
We hope that you enjoy your wicked bath bombs!
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