Give yourself a relaxing soak in the tub with these easy eucalyptus bath bombs! They smell amazing and are a simple DIY project that anyone can make.
If you’re looking for a simple DIY project, these easy eucalyptus bath bombs are perfect way to relax at the end of a long day!
They’re made with just a few ingredients, and they’re a great way to relax after a long day. Plus, the eucalyptus scent is refreshing and relaxing.
These eucalyptus bath bombs are great for relieving your respiratory problems, nasal congestion and headaches as well as soothe sore muscles or joints.
DIY Bath Bombs made with natural ingredients make a great gift, elevating the bath experience.
Homemade bath bombs can be made with your favorite fragrance oil blend.
What are the Benefits of Using Eucalyptus in Bath Bombs?
Eucalyptus oil is a wonderful fragrance that is a natural antiseptic. It is also a natural analgesic, which means it can help to relieve pain. So, if you have any aches or pains, adding eucalyptus oil to your bath bomb recipe could be a good way to get some relief.
Eucalyptus oil is also a natural decongestant. When used in a bath bomb, eucalyptus can help to open up the airways, relieve congestion and a stuffy nose.
Finally, eucalyptus oil has a refreshing and invigorating scent which can help to uplift your mood.
Ready to get started? Keep reading for instructions on how to make your own bath bombs.
How to Make Eucalyptus Bath Bombs
Makes 5 medium bath bombs
- ½ cup baking soda
- ¼ cup epsom salt
- ¼ cup corn starch
- ¼ cup citric acid
- ½ tsp green mica powder
- 1 tbsp dried eucalyptus leaves
- 1 tbsp sweet almond oil or coconut oil
- ½ tbsp water
- 20 drops eucalyptus essential oil
- Bath bomb mold
- Large bowl
- Small jar with lid
To get started making your essential oil bath bombs recipe add the dry ingredients to a large mixing bowl: baking soda, epsom salts, cornstarch, citric acid, mica, and eucalyptus leaves.
Stir with a whisk until completely combined.
Add the wet ingredients: oil, water and eucalyptus oil to a small jar, secure the lid, and shake well.
Slowly pour the liquid mixture into the dry mixture, whisking the bath bomb mixture the entire time, so as not to activate the fizz.
Overfill two halves of the bath bomb molds, push together, and gently twist.
Allow bath bombs to set for 8 hours or more, then remove from the mold. You may need to gently tap the bottoms and sides of the mold for them to release easier.
How to Store Bath Bombs
Store your bath bombs in an airtight container away from sunlight and moisture.
You can keep your bath bombs fresh for up to one year. Because the scent may fade over time, add a few drops of eucalyptus essential oil on them before use.
How to Use Your Bath Bombs
To enjoy a relaxing bath, fill a warm bath and add one or two of your sinus relief bath bombs to the bath water.
What is a Good Substitute for Essential Oils in Bath Bombs?
There are a few different things you can use to replace the essential oil in your bath bombs.
Some people like to use dried herbs, such as dried lavender or dried chamomile flowers. These herbs have a pleasant scent, and they will also help to relax and soothe your skin.
Some people choose to add liquid soap or body wash instead of essential oils.
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