Bath bombs and Hot tubbing

Take relaxation to a new level at bath time or loose yourself in a steamy shower with refreshing scents. We will be learning how to make bath bombs and afterwards soaking in the hot tub. This event should be a blast. We are hosting this event at one of our members homes. 

Options:

You can choose to bring all of the supplies needed to make bath bombs in the recipe below or pay $5 and all the supplies will be provided. Also, this event is around dinner time so feel free to bring a snack or something to share. The hot Tub can accomadate up to 6 individuals. 

IF you chose the $5 option you don't have to bring anything besides your swimsuit if you want to go in the hot tub.

What you will need to bring:

• A swimsuit 

• Citric Acid 

• Baking Soda 

• Epsom salt

• Food Coloring

• Bowl

• Measuring cups

• whisk

• Your choice of essential oil (if you need to buy some essential oils for the event you can contact me or if you do not know where to purchase them[masked])

• Something to carry the bath bombs hoe in like a zip lock bag

Recipe:

DIY Really Cool Bath Bombs Ingredients

(http://www.nwedible.com/2013/12/diy-bath-bombs.html): 

1 cup citric acid

2 cup baking soda

1-1/2 cup cornstarch

½ cup epsom salts

2-4 tablespoons water 

Small squeeze of food coloring (Optional)

10 drops essential oil, or more as desired (Optional)Equipment: suitable mold for bath bombs.

Instructions: In a large bowl, mix together the citric acid, baking soda, cornstarch and Epsom salts.With one hand, stir dry mix constantly with a whisk. With other, drizzle in the water until the mixture just clumps together. If you start to see fizzing, that means there is too much water in one area and you should stir that area quickly to distribute out the moisture.Add just enough water so that the mix holds together when you squeeze it in your hands.If coloring your bath bombs, use a few drops of food coloring to achieve the desired shade.If scenting your bath bombs, add in the essential oil a drop or two at a time to achieve the desired smell.Pack bath bomb mix into molds very firmly and smooth the surface of each bath bomb. Unmold bath bombs onto a sheet pan or other flat, dry surface.Let bath bombs dry overnight. Carefully package as desired for gift giving or your own personal spa day.

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  • Jacqueline H.

    Janice had a couple friends over to make the bath bombs, her mother in law stopped by and her husband hung out after we made bath bombs. Hot tubbing was very relaxing.

    July 29

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