18 October 2021

Harvest Moon Bath Bombs

I love the smells of fall.  Bath bombs are a great way to relax and take in the scents of the season.  These bath bombs do not contain any cornstarch, which is a common ingrident in many bath bombs.  I really hope you love these as much as we do.  

1 1/2 C Baking Soda

3/4 C Citric Acid

1/4 C Epsom salt

3 TBSP Melted Shea Butter

1 TBSP Sunflower Oil

30 drops of Plant therapy Harvest Moon Essential Oil Blend

Witch Hazel in a dropper bottle

Combine the dry ingredients and mix well.  Very slowly add the shea butter and sunflower oil one tablespoon at a time, making sure to mix very well after each addition.  Next add in the Harvest Moon essentail oil blend.  The best way I can describe how your mixture should look now is like after you add butter to flour and you have small pea size pieces.  Finally very carefully and slowly add the witch hazel a few drops at a time and combine well after each addition.  The mixture should hold form when squeezed in your hand.  Now shape your bath bombs, I used a silicone mold here.  You can also use bath bomb molds.  Once shaped place on a flat surface and allow to dry overnight.  Then you are ready to have a peaceful fall scented relaxing bath.  ENJOY!!

Dr. Ammie Chapman

Hi! I am Ammie Chapman, mother, wife, chiropractor and clean living fan. I have had my struggles with health issues that I have been able to treat with diet and lifestyle changes. I am hoping it may help you too. 

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