Bath bombs from Basin and Lush are tops on my list when it comes to extra pampering. They smell wonderful and make your skin feel amazing! Well, the Disney Style Blog has a DIY version that I wanted to share with you! Here’s more!
Bath fizzies have become super popular as of late, thanks to their cool fizzing abilities, Instagrammable hues, and relaxing scents. We wanted to put our own Disney twist on the trend and DIY our own bath fizzies inspired by three of our favorite Princesses: Jasmine, Aurora, and Belle.
In addition to their signature hues, we chose scents that fit each of their stories like vanilla for Aurora (inspired by her birthday cake!), rose for Belle, and jasmine, well, for Jasmine! Watch how to make your own, and find the full ingredients and instructions below.
1/2 cup citric acid
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup epsom salt
1/2 cup corn starch
1 teaspoon witch hazel
1 teaspoon water
3 teaspoon coconut oil
Rose essential oil
Lavender essential oil
Vanilla essential oil
Gold cosmetic glitter
Fresh rose petals
Combine dry ingredients in a small bowl.
Mix wet ingredients in a larger bowl.
Very slowly, pour about 1/2 cup of the dry mixture at a time into the wet mixture as you go.
Divide into 3 portions (about 1 cup each), then divide one of those into two.
Dye the two larger portions yellow, and one teal. The two smaller portions should be blue and pink.
In the blue and pink mixture add 15-20 drops of vanilla essential oil.
In the yellow mixture add 15-20 drops of rose essential oil.
In the teal add 15-20 drops of lavender essential oil.
Mix in pieces of rose petals to the yellow mixture and gold cosmetic glitter to the teal mixture.
Pack each mixture into both sides of the mold, press together, leave for 5 minute, then gently tap out of the mold.
Let dry for about 25 hours, then enjoy!
Please exercise caution using glitter. Cosmetic grade glitter is preferred.
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