Patricia Conte has a background in marketing communications and works as an independent writer. In 2010, she was given the opportunity to combine her love of writing and food when she started as a contributing writer for the Food channel...
Bath bombs are even more bomb when they don't cost 10 bucks a pop
If you've ever perused through a Lush store, you know that it is an experience. The bright colors and amazing smells make you want to buy literally every single thing in the store — but purchasing a couple of their bath fizzies will set you back upwards of 30 dollars. And ain't nothing relaxing about that.
We're not hating on Lush at all. In fact, bath bombs are one of our favorite indulgences and we're totally down to splurge on one every now and again. But if we want to treat ourselves to a bath bomb on a regular basis, we're gonna have to be able to make some ourselves.
For this project, I used floral-shaped molds, added luscious lavender pure essential oil that can help you relax and a nice tint for some color. Lavender also has antibacterial properties, so it's perfect for bath time.
These little bundles are so pretty, you might even consider giving them out as gifts. Pick your favorite pure essential oil to use, and if you'd like, add food coloring to the mix to make a pretty tint.