DIY ACNE, Youthful SKIN, & Silky HAIR Cupcake Bath Bombs (Gift Ideas)
- Added Jan 04, 2012
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Here is a cute gift idea for bridal parties to birthdays. Well, any day to give a gift is an occasion to me and I use these often like a spa treat at home. The best part about these bath bombs is that they are for our face, body, and hair!
I want to share with you my recipe with you, how to frost, and ways to package these bath bombs. Remember to store these bath bombs in a cool and dry place before use. Run warm bath water and drop one bath bomb to bathe at least twice a week and rinse off for youthful brighter skin and silky hair. Ingredients can be purchased at a natural health food store, grocery store, and/or drugstore.
Tea tree and milk bath bombs to make 8 cupcakes:
- Cupcake molds can be purchased at the baking section at a grocery store or craft store.
- Cupcake liner for metal molds but optional for plastic and silicone molds.
- 2 Cups of Baking Soda
- ½ Cup of Whole Powdered Milk like the brand Nestle Nido or you can use goat powdered milk
- 1 Cup of Citric Acid (Ask the pharmacy, farm store, craft store, or online http://www.google.com/products/catalog?q=citric+acid&hl=en&client=safari&rls=en&prmd=imvnsr&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&biw=1485&bih=960&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=8096676143038146777&sa=X&ei=JNzmTtaJFqjy2QW6ufScCQ&ved=0CLMBEPMCMAE#ps-sellers)
- Can't find Citric Acid? You can use ½ Cup of Cream of Tartar or 2 Cups of Baking Powder with 1 Cup of Baking Soda as an alternative.
- ½ Cup of Epsom Salt or ½ Cup of Scented Bath Salts that can be found at the first aid or bath aisle at the grocery or drugstore.
- 2 Tbsp of Almond Oil
- 1/2 to 1 tsp of Tea Tree oil depending on skin sensitivity and acne or dry skin and hair concerns that can be found at the vitamin section of the grocery or drugstore.
- Optional: 1 Tsp of Fragrance Oil or Essential Oil (Aura Cacia Grapefruit Oil from the Whole Foods store. You can purchase this at any natural food and vitamin store)
- Colorant (Dry pigment, La Bombe http://www.brambleberry.com/Bath-Bomb-Dyes-C50.aspx, or use only 2-4 drop of food coloring)
- Add Witch Hazel or Water and spray the batch a few times to form a solid ball. Sometimes your house may be humid enough to not use any water or witch hazel. In this video, I used Thayer lavender witch hazel but you can get the generic at the first aid aisle.
- Place the mixture into the desire mold for 15 minutes
- Tap the sides of the mold to remove the bath bomb and let it dry for 24 to 48 hours before use.
- Soak one bath bomb in warm water twice a week for amazing skin complexion and silky hair.
- 3 Tbsp of Meringue Powder (Wilton)
- 6 Tbsp of Water
- 1 lb or 2 2/3 cups of Powdered Sugar
- ¼ Tsp of Cream of Tartar
- Few drops of Colorant
- Sugar Confetti
Music Credit: Mangoes by Apple Time
FTC: All the items presented in this video were purchased by me and this is not a sponsored nor compensated by companies.
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