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  • Coconut and Calendula Bath Bomb Recipe

    Coconut and Calendula Bath Bomb Recipe
    Let's face it.... Kids. Love. Bath Bombs. And to be honest, so do we. Whilst we don't think they are something to include in the daily bath routine, it's fun to use them on occasion. Plus, it's a DIY activity that is super satisfying.

    So, we've come up with a super skin friendly recipe! With this combination your kids and you can enjoy Bath Bombs without worrying about harsh ingredients.

    This recipe includes Coconut Milk Powder to create a soothing and hydrating milky texture to your bath, plus healing skin ingredients such as Lavender and Calendula. 

    Give them a try today!

    Ingredient Amount Properties
    Citric Acid 80g Creates fizz, mild preservative.
    Sodium Bicarbonate 240g Absorbs excess moisture, creates fizz.
    Coconut Milk Powder 20g Soothing, hydrating.
    Calendula Infused oil 10g Healing, soothing, skin friendly.
    Tangerine oil 30 drops Calming, elevates the mood.
    Lavender oil 10drops Soothing, calming, instils peace.
    Dried Calendula flowers 5g Healing, soothing, aesthetic.

    Step 1: Measure Citric Acid and Sodium Bicarbonate into a bowl. Sift or crush any lumps and mix will.

    Step 2: Add Coconut Powder, mix well.

    Step 3: Add Calendula infused oil, Tangerine oil, Lavender oil and dried flowers. Wear gloves and mix well with hands until liquids are evenly dispersed and mixture holds form when squeezed in hands. Add more Calendula infused oil if needed.

    Step 4: Use a spoon to dispense into moulds (we used silicon muffin trays). Pack product down firmly with the back of a spoon.

    Step 5: Leave product uncovered in cool place to dry out slightly 

    Makes approx. 5 small bombs.

    Suggested recipes are provided as examples only. Whilst all care has been taken in creating these examples, Sage Cosmetic Coaching accepts no responsibility relating to the manufacture of products. Any responsibility for the performance, efficacy and stability of the product lies with the manufacturer.
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