DIY Milky Way Galaxy Bath Bomb
DIY Milky Way Galaxy Bath Bomb

I know, I have been going stitching mad lately and I forgot about all my hot tub peeps on the market. How about I make it up for you with a straightforward tutorial on this particular galaxy trapping technique together with my Milky Way bath bomb recipe! It is not just known as the Milky Way due to its layout; this particular bath bomb recipe has been chock full of nourishing and soothing ingredients like powdered milk, olive oil, and honey.

DIY Milky Way Galaxy Bath Bomb
DIY Milky Way Galaxy Bath Bomb

Dry Ingredients

  • 30 oz Baking Soda
  • 16 oz Citric Acid
  • 1.5 oz Powdered Milk
  • 1.5 oz Cornstarch
  • 0.7 oz Powdered Honey
  • 1/2 tsp Cosmetic Glitter

Wet Ingredients

  • 1 oz Cocoa Butter
  • 1 oz Jojoba Oil
  • 0.6 oz Polysorbate 80
  • 0.75 oz Cardamom True Sugar Fragrance
  • Oil by Crafters Choice

Divide the Finished Batch Into:

9 oz – Add 1/8 tsp Blue 1 Lake and 1/4 tsp Blue Luster Mica by Micas and More
9 oz – Add 1/4 tsp Bright Red Neon from Xen Bath and Beauty Supply
9 oz – Add 1/4 tsp Purple Neon from Xen Bath and Beauty Supply
Remaining Mix – Add 3/4 tsp Blue 1 Lake, 3/4 tsp Red 40 Lake, and 1/8 tsp Black Mica Pigment

  1. To begin with, we are going to be starting by mixing our skin that is dry. Be certain that you talk about your citric acid and baking soda in case you’ve any clumps. Soft clumps from the powdered milk or honey will split up using all the beater, but if you’ve got tough lumps you will want to sift those also.
  2. Next, we are going to be measuring out our moist ingredients. She’s amazing, and emollient and I really like her so much.
  3. The odor oil I selected for this particular bath bomb is that this Cardamom Authentic Sugar odor oil from Crafter’s Choice.
  4. Begin with beating your dry components by themselves. Cover your mixer using a towel to keep the components from becoming too airborne. Yet more, if you would like to observe the dimensions for the wet and dry components, receive the free recipe over.
  5. When the dry ingredients have been blended well, gradually add on your wet ingredients and blend until everything is totally incorporated.
  6. The final product must get this consistency:
  7. Next, we are going to be dividing our batch in to four. To find the precise weight of every batch, visit the recipe.
  8. Then we are going to be coloring the various batches using some brilliant galaxy-esque colors. Yet more, the various colorants and their figures are coated in the recipe.