Metal Sphere for Bath bombs 5cm
Bath Bomb Mold 3D Ball Sphere Metal Aluminum
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2 cups baking soda (sodium bicarbonate)
1 cup citric acid
1 tablespoon coconut milk powder, milk powder, or white cosmetic clay
2 tablespoon coconut oil, melted (other oils like almond oil or olive oil are a great alternative to coconut oil)
20 drops essential oils (I used lavender)
50ML witch hazel extract (in a small spray bottle)
Stir the baking soda, citric acid, and coconut milk powder together in a large mixing bowl.
Use your fingers to squeeze out any clumps out of the dry mixture.
In a separate small bowl, mix the coconut oil with the essential oil. Drizzle the liquid mixture into the combined dry ingredients while stirring with a whisk.
Break up any remaining clumps with your hands and make sure the mixture is completely incorporated. The mixture will have a similar consistency of wet sand.
Squeeze a portion of the mixture into a ball shape with your hands. If it crumbles, spray 3-5 spritzes of witch hazel into the mixture while stirring, then check again. When the mixture holds together easily without crumbling, it’s ready.
Fill your silicone molds/METAL SPHERES with the mixture, pressing firmly as you pack it in. Turn out the bath bomb onto a sheet of wax or parchment paper.
If the bath bombs fall apart, pack them back into the mold and leave them in the mold for 3-5 minutes to set. Then turn them out onto the parchment paper.
Allow the bath bombs to air-dry for several hours, then wrap in airtight packaging. You can use plastic wrap or store them in an airtight container.