These diy unicorn bath bombs make a great party favor for unicorn parties. You can make these easily by following the step by step tutorial below and you may choose to make these with or without fragrance.
How do you make bath bombs?
Bath bombs are very easy to make, and you will learn just how easy by following my tutorial below. You will need baking soda, Epsom salt, corn starch, and citric acid, along with a few other ingredients to make your own bath bombs.
How long do homemade bath bombs last?
Your homemade bath bombs should last around six months. After that time the citric acid will lose its potency, so the bath bombs won’t be as effective, or as fizzy.
Do you put bath bombs in before or after?
You should fill the tub with water, then add the bath bomb. This will allow your bath bomb to disolve into the water properly.
There’s really nothing to making bath bombs. One you get the hang of it, you can make a batch rather quickly. You can also make multiple batches at once by doubling or tripling the dry ingredients, then separting the mixture into separate bowls, and adding different colors or scents. Here are some other bath bombs that I’ve made, which you might enjoy.
- Eucalyptus & Lavender Bath Bombs Recipe
- Sweet Orange Essential Oil Bath Bombs
- Rose Petal Bath Bombs
- Bath Bombs with Sprinkles
- DIY Hazelnut Coffee Bath Bombs
What do I need to make DIY unicorn bath bombs?
These are the supplies that you will need to make your own diy unicorn bath bombs. I’ve shared Amazon shopping suggestions for some of the items that may be tougher to find.
- Epsom salt
- baking soda
- corn starch
- citric acid
- olive oil
- Bath Bomb Soap Dye
- Large bowl
- 5-6 small size (1.8 inch) round bath bomb molds
- Small jar with lid
- Measuring cups
- Measuring spoons