Silken Therapy Bath Bombs

Natrasorb Bath and Olivem 300 are added to these bath bombs. Both ingredients help the added oil disperse in the water, to make them the ultimate for silken, skin softening appeal in the bath.

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Formula

 

Percent

Grams

Ounces

Ingredient

Phase A

56.0

570

19.0

Bicarbonate of Soda

 

28.0

285

9.5

Citric Acid

 

7.0

72

2.4

Natrasorb Bath

Phase B

0.2

2

0.07

D&C or FD&C Colorant of choice

Phase C

4.4

45

1.5

Rice Bran Oil

 

1.5

15

0.5

Olivem 300

 

2.9

30

1.0

Fragrance

Phase D

qs

qs

qs

Water/Witch Hazel

 

  1. Combine Phase A ingredients and mix gently. Do not be concerned if Natrasorb Bath tends to sit on top at this point.
  1. Mix Phase B colorant with a small amount of Phase A ingredients in a mortar and pestle until lump free. Add to Phase A and mix with hands or whisk to incorporate colorant evenly.
  1. Combine Phase C ingredients and stir until mixed evenly. Pour Phase C ingredients over Phase A/B. Using your hands, mix thoroughly, rubbing ingredients through fingers until mixture is crumbly. It will have pea-sized lumps throughout. When squeezed in the hand, it will form clumps that easily break apart.
  1. Fill a spray bottle with water, witch hazel, or a combination of the two. Begin to spritz dry ingredients with water/witch hazel, mixing thoroughly between sprays just until mixture is damp enough to hold together when squeezed in the hand.
  1. Working quickly press the mixture into the molds. Let bombs dry in the molds for a few hours. Remove from molds and let dry for several days before packaging.

Mixture will fill 4 large (baseball size) molds or 6-8 smaller molds.

Ingredients in bold are carried by Lotioncrafter.

The information given and the recommendations made herein are based on our research and are believed to be accurate but no guarantee of their accuracy is made and we assume no liability regarding this formula or information contained herein. In every case we urge and recommend that our customers make their own tests to determine to their own satisfaction whether the product is suitable for their particular purposes under their own operating conditions. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to imply the nonexistence of any relevant patents or to constitute a permission, inducement or recommendation to practice any invention covered by any patent, without the authority from the owner of this patent.
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