Treat Yourself with Lavender Bath Bombs: From Garden To the Tub
Lavender bath bombs is what you deserve after a hard day or week at work. If you feel exhausted, you want to relax but nothing is helping, this simple “recipe” will solve all your problems. You want to enjoy in long bath? Make the lavender bath bombs by yourself.
- 8 ounces of baking soda
- 3/4 teaspoon of filtered water
- 4 ounces of cream of tartar
- 4 ounces of epsom salts
- 20-30 drops of lavender essential oil
- 2 teaspoons of coconut oil
- Dried organic lavender flowers
- A small mini muffin pan
- Optional – natural food coloring
How to Make Lavender Bath Bombs?
- Combine all the dry ingredients (baking soda, epsom salts, cream of tartar and corn starch) in a large mixing bowl.
- Crush up gently all dried lavender flowers and then add them in the previous mixture.
- Combine the water, food coloring and the oil in another small mixing bowl. After, combine together all the ingredients.
- Your mixture should resemble wet sand at this stage. If you use natural food coloring, you will know if it is well mixed once the color is even.
- When squeezed in your fist, the bath mixture should hold together. Add a little more water if it doesn’t.
- Tightly pack the mixture into the mold you want. You can use a mini muffin pan or any baking dish you have with molds.
- Here you need patience! Let lavender bath bombs dry for 24 hours.
- Do not remove them from the mold until the mixture is completely dry.
- After 24 hours, your relaxing lavender bath bombs are ready for use!
- Treat yourself to a nice, long and calming bath with wonderful lavender scents.
The benefits of lavender essential oil include:
- ability to relieve pain,
- disinfect skin and scalp,
- get rid of nervous tension,
- enhance blood circulation, and
- treat respiratory problems.