Lavender Bath Bombs With Cocoa Drizzle

Lavender Bath Bombs With Cocoa Drizzle

This bath bomb tutorial has a fun twist, it is topped off with a cocoa butter drizzle. Chocolate is great for the skin as it is filled with antioxidants and high in fat to soothe dry skin.

What you need

½ cup baking soda

¼ cup citric acid

¼ cup corn starch

¼ cup epsom salts

¼ tsp lavender mica powder

1 tbsp sweet almond oil

1 tsp water

20 drops of lavender essential oil

1 tbsp cocoa butter, chopped into small bits for quicker melting and easier measuring

1 tbsp cocoa powder

1 tbsp dried lavender buds



If you’re looking for a fun and luxurious way to pamper yourself, look no further than this DIY bath bomb tutorial with a fun twist – a cocoa butter drizzle. Not only are bath bombs a great way to relax and unwind, but this tutorial adds a delicious and skin-loving touch by incorporating cocoa butter.

Chocolate, specifically cocoa butter, is known for its skin-loving benefits. It’s high in antioxidants, which can help protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals. It’s also high in fat, which can help soothe dry and irritated skin. The cocoa butter drizzle on top of these bath bombs will add a luxurious touch to your bath time routine, leaving your skin feeling soft, smooth, and hydrated.

This tutorial is easy to follow and includes step-by-step instructions as well as a detailed materials list. You’ll learn how to make your own bath bombs from scratch, and how to add the cocoa butter drizzle on top. You can customize your bath bombs with different colors and scents to suit your preferences.

So, gather your materials and get ready to create your own luxurious and skin-loving bath bombs. These bath bombs are perfect for a relaxing spa day at home, or as a thoughtful gift for your loved ones. Indulge in the benefits of chocolate on your skin, and enjoy the added luxury of a cocoa butter drizzle on top.

Add the baking soda, citric acid, corn starch, Epsom salts, and mica powder to a large bowl and whisk until the color is completely blended.

Add the sweet almond oil, water, and essential oil to a small jar and shake well.

Very slowly, drip the liquid into the dry mixture, while whisking continuously. (You want to be slow so that you do not activate the fizz and ruin the mixture, in which case you would have to start over.)

Overfill each half of the bath bomb mold with mixture, press together and twist slightly.

Allow bath bombs to set for a few hours, or overnight.

Remove bath bombs from a mold, and set on a disposable paper plate because this next part gets messy!

Add the cocoa butter to a very small heat-safe bowl and heat in the microwave on high for 30 seconds. Remove, and stir well. Continue heating in 10-second bursts, stirring well after each heating session, until it is fully melted.

Add the cocoa powder to the melted cocoa butter, and carefully stir to combine. (cocoa powder can be messy, so be sure to do this slowly and carefully!)

Allow it to cool off and slightly thicken for a few minutes while stirring occasionally.

Then, use a small spoon to “drizzle” the chocolate mixture onto the top of each bath bomb. You will want to do this slowly, and in very small amounts, so that you don’t drizzle too much chocolate.

Finally, after each drizzle, immediately top with a sprinkle of lavender buds, as the chocolate drizzle sets very quickly.


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