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Easter Egg Bath Bombs With a Surprise Inside

These cute Easter egg bath bombs have a surprise inside! Scented with coconut Epsom salts and made with coconut oil, they make bath water soft and luxurious.
Active Time15 mins
Drying2 d 12 hrs
Total Time2 d 12 hrs 15 mins
Yield: 4 bath bombs
Cost: Under $20

Equipment

  • glass bowl
  • whisk
  • measuing cup
  • measuring spoons
  • baking sheet

Materials

Bath Bomb Mix

  • 3/4 cup powder mix (comes with bath bomb base)
  • 1/4 cup citric acid (comes with bath bomb base)

Other Ingredients

Instructions

  • Combine bath bomb base mixtures together. Whisk to combine.
    glass mixing bowl, wisk, stirring bath bomb dry ingredients
  • Add epsom salts. Whisk.
  • Combine oil and soap/food coloring together in a small bowl. Add to dry ingredients and whisk.
    small white bowl and teaspoon filled with coconut oil
  • You want your mixture to feel like wet sand. Spritz your mixture with water or rubbing alcohol, making sure to whisk in between spritzes, until it reaches the desired consistency. DO NOT add too much water. You just want it to come together slightly when you press your fingers into it.
    glass bowl with bath bomb mixture ready to put into molds
  • Place soap mold on a baking sheet.
  • Add a small amount of bath bomb mixture into 4 soap molds. Press. Add a small eraser or toy.
    soap mold with bath bomb mixture and bunny toy in each bath bomb cavity
  • Pack each soap mold with remaining bath bomb mixture.
    hand pressing down on bath bomb mixture to fill soap molds
  • Let dry in a DRY PLACE for 24-36 hours.
    finished bath bombs on baking sheet
  • Store bath bombs in an air tight container.

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Notes

Bath bombs, freshly made, are very delicate. They will thoroughly dry out after 2-3 days and can easily be stored in a container without breaking.