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The next time you need a bit of rejuvenation, toss a shower bomb in the bottom of your shower and enjoy the wonderful scent or create a collection of these homemade shower bombs as a gift for someone you love.
Hi Coral, The shower bombs can also be used in the bath! As we have not tested the shower bombs with the use of food coloring, we are unable to guarantee that it won’t dye your skin. Thanks for stopping by with your question!
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They are so simple to make. Shower Bombs are made from Baking Soda, Water and Essential Oils (particularly Eucalyptus, Peppermint and Lavender). You are supposed to take a hot shower and place the Aromatherapy Shower Bomb in the corner of your shower so that is slowly breaks down and releases the oil vapors in the steamy shower.
Aromatherapy Shower Bombs *printable recipe
We used all the Cold & Flu Aromatherapy Shower Bombs I made using Eucalyptus, Peppermint and Lavender Essential Oils. So I decided to experiment and make some other Shower Bombs using different oils. I now have them in my bathroom waiting to be used when I need a little pick me up when I am tired or stressed!
Hi Lynne. Great question. The sooner you use the Shower Bombs, the better, but they should last several weeks if stored properly. Thanks for stopping by!
We made our shower bombs to meet our customer demands for an aromatic effervescence for their shower time. Some folks just aren't bath folks... and that's okay! We have you in mind with our shower bombs!Recently I showed you guys my favorite for kicking your congestion quick and natural. I adore that recipe and wanted to share with you another great version of it – Sinus Shower Bombs!Refresh with invigorating scents that wake you up. Simply toss one of these shower bombs in your shower and enjoy the enveloping smells that help make your day great. Made with vibrant-smelling essential oils combined with baking soda, the shower bombs elevate mornings to a whole new level. And a collection of these homemade shower bombs would also make a great gift for someone you love.This is your average shower bomb recipe: baking soda + water. It’s so simple. Scoop a cup of baking soda into a bowl and verrry slowlyyyy pour 1/3 of water into it. You will pour the water in a tiny bit at a time, stirring after each pour. You want to get a clumpy consistency without it being runny.As much as I love the idea of soaking in a hot bath when you’re not feeling so great, often we just don’t have the time. Sometimes it’s a late morning and we’re running late for school or work and you definitely don’t get the luxury of a long bath. So for those days, here is my absolute fave shower bomb.Have you ever wanted to know how to make a shower bomb, or shower soother? It’s simply a different version of a bath bomb that fizzies and fizzles while you take a shower. It’s perfect for taking a quick “wake me up” shower as the aroma and the steam will help wake you up.