Firstly, wearing gloves weigh out all of your ingredients.
Add the bicarbonate of soda and the citric acid into the mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly until combined.
Next mix in the milk powder.
Then add in your cornstarch and mix well.
Pour in your fragrance oil and mix well ensuring there are no lumps.
Before you start building your bath bombs you need to make sure the mixture has a snowball-like consistency. From a distance spray your mixture with water and mix until you start to feel the consistency change.
Keep adding small sprays of water until your mixture starts to hold together on its own. Repeat with your white mixture.
Now you can start building your bath bombs. For our first bath bomb, we added some of our dried rose buds to the bottom of the mould before adding our bath bomb mixture. Then fill the second half of your mould.
Make sure you make one-half of your mould slightly higher than the other so when you combine them they slot together easier. Push your two halves together and wipe away any excess.
Next using a flat edge tool gently tap on the mould which will help loosen the bath bomb as you can see then repeat on the other side.
Leave the bath bomb to one side to dry then repeat until you have used all your mixture. Experiment with different looks like adding your rose buds after your bath bomb is made.
For one-half of your mixture, pour in your rose petals and mix well before building the rest of your bath bombs. Then you will have bath bombs full of petals!
Make sure you leave your bath bombs to dry for at least 24hrs so they are nice and solid then they are ready to use!