How to make bath melts recipe
How to Make Bath Melts & Bath Bombs by Rashelle JohnsonLearn How to Make Bath Bombs and Bath Melts
If you want to get started making your own bath bombs, but are hesitant because you dont know where to start, this is the book for you.
Bath bombs and bath melts are relaxing and comforting tub-time treats enjoyed by many. You toss one in the tub, hop in and relax as the wave of beneficial ingredients washes over your body. The problem is buying commercial bath melts and bath bombs can get expensive in a hurry.
The good news is you can make them yourself for less than half the price of what they cost you in the store. Theyre quick and easy to make, too. You can whip up a batch in less than 15 minutes using any of the 18 recipes in this book. The best part is, you arent tied to recipes in the book alone. You can mix and match the ingredients to suit your needs.
Homemade Bath Melts
Our homemade bath melts are extremely simple, so they are wonderful for even the most sensitive skin. You can find all the ingredients you need at our local health foods store or online, and then you can customize them with your favorite scents. To whip up your homemade bath melts, start by gathering your ingredients. Feel free to also download our printable recipe in the template below, and find links for the ingredients we used in Shop this Project. These melts use a combination of cocoa butter, citric acid and baking soda. The scent of cocoa butter can be a bit overpowering, so we wanted to counteract that with some yummy essential oils.
This recipe make two large bath melts, or 4 - 5 smaller ones. Personally, although they look really nice, I think these hearts are too big, a little goes a long way in.
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Coconut Oil Bath Melts
This recipe make two large bath melts, or 4 - 5 smaller ones. Personally, although they look really nice, I think these hearts are too big, a little goes a long way in the bath. You can also use other butters, such as Shea butter. Some recipes combine both butters. Have a play and see what you like best. Personally I find Shea butter too soft. When melted, remove from heat and add about table spoon of sweet almond oil, mix well.
These DIY bath melts are small bars made with moisturizing body butters. Toss them into a hot bath to melt, and enjoy a fragrant and skin-softening bath! And with all the sweat I put into my yard, a little dirt comes with it. Bath melts are small bars made with moisturizing body butters. They are tossed into a hot bath to melt, resulting in a fragrant and skin-softening bath time experience. Bath melts are made with butters from a vegetable source — cocoa butter, shea butter, and mango butter can all be used.