July 26, 2016

DIY Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Bath Bombs


It's so easy to overdo it during the hot summer months. You spend just a little too much time in the hot sun.  Your natural bug spray wears off mid-hike and you come home full of mosquito bites. You have a great day at the pool, but the chlorine has completely dried out your skin.



These simple DIY Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Bath Bombs are the total solution to summer skin troubles. They are safe for the whole family to use, so you can make up a bunch and keep them on hand in case of a skin care emergency.

Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Bath Bomb Recipe

Ingredients:
2 c baking soda
1 c citric acid
1/2 c cornstarch
1/4 c powdered milk
1/4 c ground up oatmeal
4 tsp cocoa butter
2 Tbsp honey
2 Tbsp oil (I like coconut oil, olive oil, or almond oil)
2 tsp vanilla extract
oatmeal for "garnish"

Directions:
Combine the baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, powdered milk and oatmeal. Over low heat, melt the cocoa butter. (I use the microwave!) Add the honey, oil and vanilla extract. Using a blender, mix the dry and wet ingredients until they are the consistency of wet sand.

Put a tsp or so of oatmeal into the bottom of each mold so that the final bath bomb will resemble the photo above. Pack the mixture into your bath bomb molds, or you can pack it tightly into muffin tin cups. Allow to dry overnight before removing from the mold.

Store your bath bombs in a cool, dry place.

So easy, right? Your skin will feel so good that you'll want to use these every day!





6 comments:

  1. will i get bits and pieces of ground oatmeal in my bath water and turn it murky?

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    1. You will certainly get milky water - but the bits will go down the drain without any problem and your skin will be super soft! Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Can you tell me how many bath bombs this amount makes, also how can you make a bulk amount? I have only seen single bath bomb molds.

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  4. I see that this hasn't been responded to, you can buy sets of bath bomb molds on amazon for roughly $7 for a set of 4! Have fun making!

    Bailie, Feather River Soaps

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    1. Sorry for slacking, Janie - and thanks for helping out Bailie!

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