Foaming Bath Rocks

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Submitted By:

Tima of Richmond, VA

Summary:

Bombs that foam

Ingredients:

2 cups of baking soda
1/2 cup of cornstarch >br> 1/2 cup of epsom salt
1/2 cup of sodium lauryl sulfoacetate
1 1/2 cup of citric acid
3 tablespoon of Light oils of choice(I use jojoba and sweet almond and sunflower dispersing oil in equal parts). The dispersing oils will prevent your oils from floating on top of the water.
Fragrance or Essential oil 1 tablespoon.
Mica to color
Witch Hazel

Instructions:

Mix dry ingredients together except the citric acid. Mix well to get all lumps out. Mix oils, sodium lauryl sulfoacetate and fragrance. Drizzle oil mixture in the dry mixture and mix well with hands. Add citric acid, mix well. Spritz with witch hazel using small bursts of mist at a time, kneeding after each mist. Do not over spritz. When you can form balls in your palm, it is ready to put into mold. 4-5 ounce molds are good for 1 bath. Place under running water. Smell the fragrance, see lots of foaming bubbles, feel the soft water and no tub ring!

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Printed on 4/17/2014.