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DIY Bath Bombs & Toilet Fizzies

Updated: Jun 16, 2023

Simple Bath Bomb

Makes approx 6 bath bombs

240g Baking Soda

120g Citric Acid

36g Himalayan Pink Salt

18ml Coconut Oil

18ml Water

24 drops of your fave essential oils

Mold of any kind: cupcake, silicone, regular bath bomb molds.

(Optional: Soap Dye)


Mix the dry ingredients well and break up any clumps.

In a separate bowl, mix oil, essential oils, and water well.

Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients, and stirring constantly, slowly add the wet ingredients. (Slowly, bc it's going to fizz while you're adding them. That's totally normal. Just keep stirring. 🐠) When it's done the mixture should have the consistency of damp sand.

Add the bath bomb mixture to your molds and press down firmly into the mold.

Let dry for 12 hours before removing from the mold.


Vegan Bath Soak Bath Bomb

Makes approx 6 bath bombs

240g Baking Soda

120g Citric Acid

18g Vegan Bath Soak

80ml Coconut Oil

18ml Water

Mold of any kind: cupcake, silicone, regular bath bomb molds.

(Optional: Soap Dye)


Mix the dry ingredients well and break up any clumps.

In a separate bowl, mix oil and water well.

Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients, and stirring constantly, slowly add the wet ingredients. When it's done the mixture should have the consistency of damp sand.

Add the bath bomb mixture to your molds and press down firmly.

Let dry for 12 hours before removing from the mold.


Toilet Fizzie Tablet

1 cups Baking Soda

1/4 cup Citric Acid

2 tbsp Vinegar

5-8 Drops of Citrus Essential Oil


Mix the dry ingredients well and break up any clumps.

Stir in the essential oils.

Slowly add a couple drops at a time of the vinegar while stirring.

When it's done the mixture should have the consistency of damp sand.

Add the mixture to your molds and press down firmly.

A mini-muffin tin works great for these fizzies!




(Recipes adapted from Elizabeth Poteet's book)

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