This unicorn sprinkles fizzing bath salts recipe for kids is a fun way to get your kids away from the electronics while you’re stuck at home. Whether you’re a homeschooling family looking for science experiments, or just want to make something fun with kids, this fizzing bath salts recipe is the solution.
How do you make bath salts fizzy?
You’ll need to use the following ingredients to make bath salts fizzy; Epsom Salts, Baking Soda, Cornstarch, and Citric Acid. The citric acid and baking soda will help make this fizzing bath salts recipe become fizzy in the bath for kids.
What kind of salt is used in bath salts?
Epsom salts are used in most bath salts recipes. You’ll find that this is the best salt to use for moisturizing skin and relaxing tired muscles. Bath salts made with Epsom salt are an excellent way to cure physical and mental ailments for kids and adults.
Why do you put baking soda in bath salts?
Baking soda helps absorb the essential oils so that your bath will smell delightful. Another reason I use baking soda in my fizzing bath salts recipe is to help dissolve the oils in your skin. Make sure to use good baking soda, and not baking powder when making these bath salts for kids.
Can you put citric acid in bath salts?
Yes, you can put citric acid in bath salts. My homemade unicorn sprinkles fizzing bath salts recipe for kids calls for using citric acid and baking soda. This will make your bath salts more powdery than other bath salts recipes, but it doesn’t ruin the quality of the bath salts.
All you need to make these fizzy bath salts is the ingredients and supplies below. Follow my step by step instructions to make fizzy bath salts with your kids today!
Fizzing bath salts recipe
Follow thee instruc tions below to make this fun and dmelightful smelling project with your kids. You may also like the following diy bath and body recipes.
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- Epsom Salts
- Baking Soda
- Citric Acid
- Rose, Lavender and Golden Blue Mica
- Pomegranate Fragrance Oil
- olive oil
- unicorn sprinkles
- Medium size bowl
- 3 small (cereal size) bowls
- Measuring cups
- Measuring spoons
- Small spoon
- Jar for storing
- Pour the dry ingredients (Epsom Salts, Baking Soda, Cornstarch and Citric Acid) into a medium size bowl, one ingredient at a time. Stir very well until completely combined.
- Add the olive oil very slowly, whisking the entire time. Continue whisking until you have an even texture.
- Add the fragrance oil very slowly, whisking the entire time.
- Divide mixture evenly into the three cereal size bowls.
- Add one color of mica to each bowl and stir very well until color is completely combined.
- Add sprinkles to each bowl and stir.
- Layer the colors, one or two spoonfuls at a time into the jar until full.
- Add 3-5 tablespoons to your bath.